Sound Legal Advice For Your Estate Planning Needs
Wills and other tools of estate planning establish the guidelines necessary to distribute property in an orderly fashion. The death of a loved one is a stressful, emotionally charged time for a family. Decision-making can be impaired. However, the existence of a will can help spell out the wishes of the deceased loved one.
Like many Georgia residents who come to a law firm, you may have little to no knowledge of a last will and testament. James Robert Moye will take the time to get to know you and answer your questions.
Dedication And Diligence Throughout The Entire Will Preparation Process
Columbus estate planning lawyer Jim Moye will walk you through the process of putting a valid will in place. Whether it is a simple will or one that involves valuable possessions, stock portfolios or testamentary trusts, he will take the time to learn all the details of your life, both financial and personal.
No detail is too small when it comes to tailoring a will or estate plan. Sometimes questions require responses more candid than clients are comfortable with. No matter how difficult the inquiries are, clients need to be honest in their answers, whether it involves personal or financial matters. From there, he drafts documents that address his clients’ unique concerns for their review and approval.
Attorney Jim Moye possesses over 45 years of experience preparing documents that clearly set forth the distribution of property, payment of all final debts and guardianship of any minor children.
Plan For Your Future And Protect Your Loved Ones
For a confidential consultation with an estate planning attorney, contact Jim Moye by email or call his Columbus office at 706-223-1373. His office is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening meetings can be arranged upon request.