The person named in a last will and testament to serve as the executor of the decedent's estate will often turn out to be an adult child who moved away from Georgia years ago. Likewise, in an intestacy case, when there is no will or designated executor, there might be no local next of kin available to serve as the estate's administrator.
If you're responsible for the administration of a Georgia estate while residing elsewhere, the advice of an experienced attorney can help you meet your obligations to the heirs, beneficiaries and the court with a minimum of inconvenience. With offices in Alpharetta and Cumming, attorney Tracy Teiger and his associates know how to work with estate fiduciaries on a remote basis, and on terms that keep you informed and engaged while reducing your need for travel.
Our law firm's service on behalf of clients from other states covers a wide range of needs:
We offer dependable and cost-effective client service based on nearly 30 years of experience. For additional information, contact the Teiger Law Center, P.C., in Alpharetta or Cumming by calling 800-780-2275 or 866-726-2153. Our team of lawyers and professionals are ready to help you.