The passing of a loved one can be very difficult for a family. The family is often overwhelmed with dealing with matters such as transferring real estate, paying final expenses, dealing with creditors, and asset distribution. Probating an estate is the legal process of settling a loved one’s affairs and executing their will. In the event they have died intestate (without a will), the court will follow Georgia’s intestacy laws when dealing with the deceased assets. Regardless if the deceased passed with a will or intestate, there are certain procedures that must be followed and we are here to navigate families through the probate process. Contact our office today and let us help get the process started.