Trusts, Wills and Probate Lawyers • Health Care Directives • Powers of Attorney • Revocable Living Trusts • Irrevocable Trusts
These days, it makes sense for everyone to have a will or trust — to make your wishes known about your assets and how you want to be treated if you become incapacitated by illness or accident, and who you want to carry on what you started.
Our Thomasville, Georgia, will and probate lawyers at Silvis, Ambrose, Lindquist & Coch, P.C., have over 115 years of combined legal experience representing clients in Georgia and Florida.
The firm, established in 1983, has a reputation of partnering with clients and providing personal attention. Contact us for a consultation. From our law office in Thomasville, Georgia, we have the background and knowledge to advise clients on matters of:
- Will drafting
- Probate and administration of estates
- Will contests and challenges
- Living wills
- Advance health care directives
- Powers of attorney — limited and general (POA)
- Trusts drafting and administration
- Elder law
Get the Peace of Mind That Comes From Putting Your Affairs in Order
In order to help your heirs and survivors avoid probate disagreements when you die, putting everything in writing will help to prevent disputes, contested wills and civil litigation. Keeping an updated will or trust and a list of your assets and how you want them to be distributed will give you peace of mind.
Attorneys Licensed in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina
The wills and estate planning attorneys at our firm are licensed in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. We are qualified to represent clients looking to probate a will in state probate courts. We also assist out-of-state clients who need to probate a will in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. We take care of the details for out-of-state clients so you don’t have to worry.
When you come to our Thomasville, Georgia, law firm for help with your will, you will see how our personal attention and high standards of integrity make the process as simple as possible. For stress-free help in organizing your legal documents, contact our Thomasville, Georgia, will, trust and probate lawyers today.