MAKE YOUR OWN GEORGIA WILL EASILY AND LEGALLY Your property may not go to who you want it to if you die without a will. How to Make a Georgia Will explains Georgia law regarding wills and joint property and includes ready-to-use forms. It will show you how to quickly, easily and inexpensively set up the distribution of your estate so that you will know who gets your property after you. This book explains in simple language how: --Georgia laws affect distribution of your property --To prepare your own will --To decide on care for your children --A joint ownership may overrule your will --Your spouse can overrule your will --Marriage can invalidate your will --Georgia laws protect beneficiaries --To change your will under Georgia law --To donate your body or organs to help others --To avoid probate with bank accounts --To forbid the use of artificial life-support systemsNeighbor (2E) The Nanny and Domestic Help Legal Kit The Power of Attorney Handbook (3E) Repair Your Own Credit ... For credit card orders call 1a800a432 a7444, write P.O. Box 4410, Naperville, or fax 630-961-2168 NEW YORK TITLES anbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Make a Georgia Will|
|Author||:||Edward P Moses, Mark Warda Warda|
|Publisher||:||SphinxLegal - 2002-03-01|