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Planning for the future does not have to be stressful. You can work with us — your partners in aging — to save time and money later.

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Planning for the future can be confusing and emotional. It can seem like the issues and questions you have to think through are endless. Even worse, the wrong decision can lead to perpetual financial trouble. At Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., we can help you prepare for the future while minimizing cost and stress. You get to look to your retirement years with peace of mind.

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Skilled Adviser

Our founding attorney, Eric Owens, has been serving individuals, families and businesses in Hall County and the surrounding area for his entire career as a lawyer and as a financial adviser. We can help you resolve your most pressing concerns about the future, including:

  • Preserving your most valued assets through a strong estate plan
  • Getting through a complex probate process during a difficult time
  • Receiving the Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension
  • Understanding and creating a special needs trust
  • Understanding your long-term care options and Medicaid estate recovery

We know how intimidating it can seem to tackle any of these issues on your own. We can help you find a path forward that protects your rights and best interests in the present and in the long term.

 

Start Your Plan Today

There is no better time to start planning for your future than right now. To get started, we invite you to call Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., in Gainesville at 678-971-4971 or send us an email.

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Greetings to all of our clients, friends, and professional colleagues:

Below is important information during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

First, Elder Law of Georgia has NOT shut down. Attorney Eric Owens and his staff continue to come to work each day to provide much-needed services to our community. We ask that any employee who is sick to please stay home. As of today, everyone in our office is symptom-free.

Client information: Please know that we continue to work on your matter(s). All of our necessary operations are functional, so we are continuing to serve you. You can contact our staff  by phone or email.

Closings / Court Proceedings / Will Executions / Meetings: The coronavirus restrictions have made it difficult to get things done for all of us. While business is not "as usual" during this difficult time, Elder Law of Georgia is developing creative ways to provide advice and assistance, and keep our client's matters on schedule, while at the same time doing our part to help "Stop the Spread." We have gloves and masks available for use during document execution meetings, we can handle most matters electronically (except for document execution), and we also sanitize and clean the conference room where documents will be executed.

So, don't assume that your matter is on hold indefinitely, or that you must wait to seek advice on a particular matter. Contact us today to discuss what we can do for you.

Contact us by telephone: Call the main office at 678-971-4971. If you leave a voice message, expect a call back the same day (except on weekends).

Contact us by email: This is the best way to reach any one of us during this time. You can email office.elderlawofgeorgia@gmail.com to reach the Legal Assistant.

New Clients: If you are a new client, we would like to hear from you. We are accepting all types of estate planning and elder law matters at this time. Please call us to discuss your situation.

To our friends or colleagues: If you need a reasonable extension of time due to the coronavirus outbreak, please let us know and we will provide an extension if we are able to do so.

We look forward to the time when the coronavirus passes and we can enjoy the warm weather of spring together. For now, please be safe and look out for your friends and neighbors.