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Probate & Estate Administration Attorney in McDonough, Georgia

Guidance When You Need It Most

In the aftermath of losing a loved one, few matters seem less pressing or pleasant than painstakingly creating a precise accounting of their assets for the government.

Unfortunately, uncompromising time-frames are common for the fulfillment of duties and obligations related to matters of estate. While delaying these responsibilities during the grief and healing process may seem appealing, it can lead to a drawn-out, inefficient asset distribution process that takes years to settle. This process can often lead to prolonged periods of stress and the loss of valuable time and money to complicated probate court proceedings.

As an executor of your loved one's estate, you're tasked with a lot of responsibility. By retaining experienced counsel for things like probate, you can rest easy knowing the fulfillment of your loved ones' final wishes is being addressed by experienced, dedicated, and caring hands.

At the Thompson Mungo Firm, our attorney, Tanieka Thompson Mungo, has the skills and empathy to guide you and your family through any process of probate and estate administration. Our goal is to make this trying process as stress-free and easy as possible. Whether you are looking to avoid probate or need to plan your estate, we are you to assist you. Contact our firm today in McDonough, Georgia, to schedule a consultation with our probate and estate administration attorney and let us seek your solution. We also proudly serve the neighboring areas of Stockbridge, Hampton, Covington, and Conyers.

What Is Probate?

In its simplest form, probate refers to the legal process of validating and executing wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents. After validating the presented documents, probate courts appoint an executor that becomes responsible for the fulfillment of the will, including the resolution of remaining tax liabilities, debts, and the distribution of inheritances as dictated by the deceased.

It can, however, become a far more complicated process without sufficient or existing estate planning documents. If your loved one passed before establishing an outline for their estate, their assets and holdings could be frozen and held by the state until the probate court can decide how to distribute them. While probate courts attempt to align this process with common or traditional estate wishes or preferences, genuine alignment with the last wishes of the deceased is unlikely.

Work with an experienced advocate on your probate case or another issue involving estate administration.

How We Can Help

The Thompson Mungo Firm was founded to provide friendly, down-to-earth, accessible estate planning to everyone, including non-traditional planners. Our attorney works hard to advocate for you and your family's needs and seeks a creative solution.

We believe the only predictable aspect of life is its unpredictability, and we are committed to protecting and preparing our clients for unforeseen misfortune with exceptional estate planning and probate advocacy services.

We have been guiding families through probate and estate administration in McDonough since 2013. We are dedicated to advocating for the final wishes of your loved one and will exhaust all options while pursuing a speedy and uncomplicated resolution to the probate process.

We also work to protect our clients from bad actors that may attempt to take advantage of your circumstances by coercing payments outside of the probate process, or for illegitimate or outdated debts. Our attorney is highly skilled at resolving common disputes that arise during the settling of an estate, including but not limited to asset distribution disputes, challenges to the validity of wills or trusts, and allegations of executor misconduct.

If you are in need of a compassionate and knowledgeable attorney to help you with probate or estate administration in McDonough, Georgia, reach out to us today. We're ready to advise you in Stockbridge, Hampton, Covington, Locust Grove, or Conyers.