Here's What We Do Better


Do you have an estate plan in place that spells out your wishes in the event you fall seriously ill or meet an untimely death? Do you have the proper paperwork in place that protects the future of your family after you are gone?

At the Estate Law Center, we have over 50 years of combined experience in the nuances of estate planning. We always take the time to meet with our clients and discuss their personal needs as well as their goals for the future. This enables us to create comprehensive documents that perfectly encapsulate the desires of our clients.

Living Trust And Estate Planning

Are you ready to restore your peace of mind with the knowledge that your affairs are completely in order? Then it is time for you to set up a free consultation with one of our experienced estate planning attorneys here at The Estate Law Center.


There are many different types of wills and trusts, and we can help you navigate the different aspects to find the one that suits your needs perfectly. We will help you establish one or more of the following:

  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Irrevocable Trust
  • Testamentary Trust
  • Living Trust
  • Charitable Reminder Trusts
  • Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts
  • Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts
  • Last Wills
  • Joint or Mutual Wills
  • Last Will and Testament
The Advantages Of Drafting A Will Or A Trust

If you were to suddenly fall ill or die unexpectedly it would leave your family members in a distressed emotional state. Your spouse or children would be left with the task of putting your affairs in order while coping with their own grief. However, when you plan for the future by putting your affairs in good order, you relieve your beloved family members of undue stress and guesswork.

When You Need To Modify Your Will Or Trust

There may also be times when you need to modify the documents that you previously put in place due to changes in your life. If you are alive and of sound mind, you are legally allowed to update your will and some of your trusts.

Reasons why you may want to change your will or trusts include:

  • You want to change the trustee
  • You want to change the allocation of assets
  • You have gotten married, divorced, or remarried
  • You have a family member who has become disabled that you wish to provide for in a new or different way
  • You need to change allocations due to a death in your family

As you can see, there is any number of reasons why you may need or want to change your estate planning documents, and our attorneys are happy to assist you in this process. Feel free to set up a consultation to discuss your changing needs.

Compassionate Help
We are here to guide you.
Not sell you.
Expert Knowledge
You can turn to us for answers
to any of the questions you have. 
Peace of mind
With help and guidance from us
you can rest easy.
Atlanta Wills & Trusts
Not just lawyers, but truly compassionate people.


Want to learn all about Estate Planning in a friendly, compassionate environment? Then sign up for one of our upcoming FREE Live Workshops, presented by award-winning attorney Holly Geerdes!