When you or a family member is charged with a crime in Georgia, you need representation that you can trust. Rountree Law uses years of experience to evaluate your criminal case and help you navigate the system.
What is Atlanta Corporate law?
When you took the thing you enjoyed doing and made it into your business, you may not have thought about anything other than making money doing what you love. You soon discover that there are so many details that you may not have anticipated. Liability, contracts, human resources, and a host of other issues that probably don't have anything to do with your actual business, but have to be addressed nonetheless. Whether you are creating a new business, or growing an existing business, we can help guide you towards the best path for your business. From compliance to contract issues, we can take care of the administrative parts of your business so that you can handle the parts that you love.
“Is it time for me to review my Estate Plan?” “Do I need a will?”“Does my estate have to go through probate?” “How can I take advantage of tax incentives, and how can I preserve my Estate for my spouse and children?”
At Rountree Law, I can help you answer these questions, evaluate your goals, and come up with a plan to accomplish those goals.
Through the use of Wills, Trusts, and other Estate planning devices I can help you make the appropriate decisions and craft a plan that fits your needs.
When a loved one dies, and it is necessary to make arrangements for their estate, the probate process can be overwhelming. Whether there is existing estate planning or not we can walk you through the process of probating the estate. We begin by determining if there is a Will and determining who should be the Personal Representative. Then we can assist the Personal Representative with notifying creditors and distributing the estate. Finally, we can help the Personal Representative close out the estate. Whatever the probate issue, we can help.
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