Let Our Firm Help If You've Lost A Loved One

There are several reasons why an individual might want to avoid drafting a comprehensive estate plan. Even with the relative simplicity of writing a will, people can find the notion of directing the distribution of assets after they have passed away difficult to address. At Floyd Leopard, LLP, we believe that all individuals — regardless of age, health or wealth — should consider drafting a will.

Our firm is regularly called upon to provide legal guidance when an individual has died without a will in place. This is referred to as dying intestate. If your loved one has died intestate, his or her assets will be divided according to the determination of heirs. Through this process, many disputes can arise. It is wise to consult with an experienced family law attorney who can answer your questions and provide guidance from start to finish.

My Loved One Died Without Writing A Will

Headquartered in Augusta, our firm can help clients in communities throughout Georgia and South Carolina. If your loved one has died intestate, the court will appoint an administrator to pay debts from the estate and distribute assets to heirs. Depending on familial disputes, the complexity of the estate or the amount of creditors, this can quickly become an overwhelming experience. When you have questions regarding administration, executorship or the challenges inherent in probating a will, contact a lawyer at our firm.

Schedule A Consultation At Floyd Leopard, LLP

Knowing you have someone on your side you can rely on can make all the difference. Call our office in Augusta, Georgia, at 800-785-6894 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation.