COVID-19 Updates

Real Estate Closings and COVID-19 At our office we prioritize the safety and comfort of our community and our staff. As of today, we are offering our clients different options for how to close on their real estate transactions. As of April 1, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp has authorized remote real estate closings. This will [...]


During the COVID-19 crisis, our firm is taking the necessary precautions to ensure the health and safety of our employees, our clients, and our community. Please note that in order to provide legal services for real estate transactions, we have implemented the following procedures: 1. Requiring electronic payment for earnest money 2. Text your picture [...]

Do You Have A Simple Estate?

Many people think they have a simple estate and do not need a will or estate plan. However, below are five common situations that turn a simple estate complicated. Minor children. Minor children cannot inherit property, including monetary assets, outright, and must be held in trust until the child reaches the age of 18. Multiple [...]

DIY Wills

The value in an estate planning attorney can be a priceless asset with regards to drafting your final wishes in a will. Many people believe that wills are simple and you can create one yourself, or pay for one online for a cheap fee. Although those options may seem economical now, they can have great [...]

What is Title Insurance?

Owner’s title insurance protects your ownership rights in your property. Purchasing your home is a huge investment and you should take every precaution to protect it, that includes owner’s title insurance. Owner’s title insurance protects you from past events that are connected to your title. Typically, title issues are caught before you reach the closing [...]

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