Attorneys For The Entirety Of Your Estate’s Needs

Many people hear an attorney say the word “estate” and get a mental image of a large home situated on a vast and sprawling lawn surrounded by a pool, tennis courts and horse stables. In truth, an individual’s estate is his or her net worth, including land, property and assets. A middle-class family with a traditional two-story home on a half-acre plot of land has an estate, as do many “average” people with similar homes and property values.

Your estate will be as unique as you. Whether you are a young couple just starting out in life or an older couple nearing retirement age, you can trust the entirety of your estate’s needs to Vaughn & Clements, P.C. We serve individuals and families throughout the Calhoun community and Northwest Georgia. Call us for a consultation: 706-383-7581.

What’s In Your Estate Plan?

Our estate planning practice ranges from drafting basic, simple wills to devising complex strategies for large, wealthy estates. Our flexibility means that we are well-versed in many types of situations and adept at helping individuals from all walks of life. Depending on your needs, your estate plan may consist of:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Advance directives
  • Powers of attorney
  • Guardianships for minor children

We always want to keep looking ahead to protect the future interests of your heirs. You can often save your family from heartaches and headaches by establishing an estate plan that clearly spells out your wishes.

Do You Need Assistance Handling The Final Affairs Of An Estate?

It has been said amongst estate attorneys that death can bring out the best or the worst in a family. If you have been named the executor, you are tasked with managing the final affairs of an estate. This can be a complex process compounded by potential infighting with family members and a laborious legal process. As probate and estate administration lawyers, we engage in basic to highly complex processes. Whether you need guidance finalizing the affairs of an estate or are involved in a dispute over a will or trust, we can provide the advocacy and results that you need.

Are You Seeking Guardianship Of A Loved One?

If you are concerned about an incapacitated adult — perhaps your mother or father has Alzheimer’s or you have an adult child with a mental disability — you can seek guardianship or conservatorship over that individual. By establishing guardianship or conservatorship of a loved one, you can have peace of mind that he or she will be cared for in many aspects of life, including financially, physically and medically.

Contact Us For Your Estate Planning Or Probate Needs

Whether you need assistance making your wishes known in an estate plan or are involved in a will dispute with a relative, Vaughn & Clements, P.C., can assist you. To schedule a consultation, call our Calhoun, Georgia, law firm at 706-383-7581 or contact us online.