Ensuring You Have An Effective And Thorough Estate Plan

At Roach, Caudill & Gunn LLP, we offer experienced counsel that helps people plan for the future and ensure their long-term success. We work with clients throughout Canton and across Georgia by drafting, reviewing, and revising estate planning documents, and guiding people through the probate and estate administration process.

If you have questions about what can best protect you and your loved ones, we can help. Contact us online or call to arrange a consultation and learn more.

Looking At Your Estate From Every Angle

As a general practice firm, we understand a variety of complex legal issues and how they intersect with an individual's estate. From family law and changing family structures to personal injury accidents and their affect on long-term income, we can handle your legal needs with a focus on strategy.

Helping You Make Challenging Decisions

While it can be difficult to think about or discuss with your loved ones, making decisions about your future is critical to ensuring your own protection and your family's peace of mind. A thorough and detailed estate plan can outline how you or your loved ones will handle challenging issues such as:

  • Who will make health care and financial decisions for you if you are incapacitated?
  • Who will care for your minor children or adults with special needs if you can no longer do so?
  • How can you ensure long-term income for your basic living needs if you end up in an adult care facility or can no longer work?
  • How should your property be divided and distributed to heirs and beneficiaries? What tools are available to preserve assets and limit the tax burden that gifts place on recipients?

Documents like wills, trusts, health care directives, powers of attorney and other estate planning tools can be strategically arranged to meet your and your family's individualized needs.

Handling Your Loved One's Final Affairs

We also work with estate administrators and executors who carry the responsibility of finalizing an individual's affairs or handling legal issues for someone who is incapacitated. If you need guidance through this process, we can help. Call us at 678-487-7463 or toll-free 800-265-1895 to arrange a consultation or send us an email.