Wills: Here’s Why Not To Do It Yourself.

This NYT article praises a do-it-yourself approach to estate planning for some people, while providing misinformation about the true cost of good legal services, while also overlooking the real dangers of a DIY approach. In today's post we'll tackle this issue head on and explain why a DIY approach to wills and other planning documents can be dangerous and costly.

Having Children After Executing Your Will Could Invalidate Your Will Under Georgia Law

Parents should know that if their Will is not done right, the birth or adoption of a subsequent child could invalidate their Will. So, it's important to ensure that they periodically review their estate planning documents when significant changes occur. Doing so may help avoid a 10+ year battle over an estate, decided by a recent Georgia Supreme Court ruling.