Georgia Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Georgia will forms are legal documents that will address the very personal and specific choices of a Testator/Principal by placing into written record, their choices with regard to both their personal and real property, as well, their personal decisions pertaining to how they may wish to approach their medical choices in the even, at any point, they find they are facing a declining, end of life situation. Each document will also provide an opportunity to selected trusted representatives willing to oversee each respective document and it’s contents to ensure that the Principal’s medical and estate wishes are properly executed. If at any point the Principal/Testator would like to adjust either of their wills or even revoke one or both of them, they may do so as they wish, as long as they are of sound mind.

Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will) Form

Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will) Form

The Georgia advance directive for health care(living will) form is a legal document that has been created to allow anyone to specify their personal desires pertaining to their end of life health care. This document must be completed while the Principal is still of sound mind. Most living wills are very individual by design. This particular form covers […]

Georgia Last Will and Testament Form

Georgia Last Will and Testament Form

The Georgia last will and testament is a legal a document whereas a testator/declarant may create a document that will reflect their specific instructions with regard to exactly how they would like their personal property, accounts, real estate, etc. to be distributed among their beneficiaries. These distributions would take place after the death of the Principal. This document […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament –  This document is a standard will whereas the Testator may complete the document, creating a legal record reflecting how they would choose to distribute their property (personal and real estate) to their chosen beneficiaries, once they are deceased. The document will allow the testator to appoint an executor to ensure that the contents of the document are properly respected and distributed as stated.

Living Will – This document is also often referred to as an “Advanced Directive.” The document is designed to guide the Principal through the process of creating a document that will direct their health care team with regard to their final wishes in the event they are no longer able to communicate their wishes on their own. This document will also allow the Principal to delegate an attorney in fact/agent, to oversee the document that the Principal has outlined with their health care choices to be certain that those choices are being honored to the best of the agent’s ability. Should the Principal decide to make any changes to the instructions contained, they may change or revoke the document, without question as long as they are of sound mind to do so.