Losing a loved one can be a tragic and overwhelming experience. No one wants to make the grieving process even more difficult on their loved ones by not planning ahead to make sure that their wishes after death are known. Having a simple will drafted is a relatively short process that later results in less burden on loved ones. Don’t let non-family members decide what happens with your estate after your death, and don’t compound more responsibility upon your loved ones while they are grieving. Call or come in to see Mr. Pollette to plan ahead and make sure your family members know what you want to happen to your property, both real and personal, in the event of your death.
Mr. Pollette also represents clients in Probate Courts throughout southeast Georgia in efforts to establish guardianships and conservatorships, and can offer assistance in obtaining a power of attorney.
Call Attorney J. Keith Pollette P.C. at 912-529-3131 for a free initial consultation.