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Our Mission

It is our mission to ensure that persons do not lose everything they spent a lifetime accumulating, their dignity, their grace, and their independence when their mind or body betrays them. We accomplish this mission by providing the highest client care for people who want asset protection through solid estate planning or are going through difficult care issues with loved ones who are seeking VA benefits or Medicaid.

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Lynn McKibbin-MooreLynn McKibbin-Moore
23:09 24 Feb 22
My husband has dementia. This firm has been patient, kind and professional while we went through a move from a house of 37 years in to a condo to be closer to my daughter and her husband. (Miami to Atlanta). There was also a wedding. All in 6 months.We now have a trust, power of attorney. Wills for my daughter and her husband and more. All at a fair price. I could not recommend higher.
Tammy LeeTammy Lee
22:03 29 Jan 22
Shannon Pawley and her team are exceptional at helping families navigate tough situations. We began working with her upon finding out my father had Stage 4 kidney cancer. His decline was more rapid than expected.Attorney Pawley and her entire team expedited paperwork that allowed me to focus on my father’s care, make decisions that suddenly needed to be made for him medically and financially, and has allowed me the ability to focus more on grieving and less on legal matters upon his passing.It is obvious she is knowledgeable about the best ways to navigate estates to protect the assets for the owners and their loved ones. It is just as obvious that she is passionate and has true heart for what her clients go through.We will be using her for own estate needs, and I recommend her expertise to everybody I can.This service is worth every penny we paid as it has saved us more money and time than I could imagine.
H Jessie BrewerH Jessie Brewer
18:26 18 Nov 21
Attorney Shannon Pawley and paralegal Alexis McCoy are legal professionals that my wife and I highly recommend. Their grasp of the Georgia law pertaining to Medicaid assistance and the interworking's of the State department is exceptional. Additionally, their client-attorney relationship skills are excellent. We wouldn't hesitate to use this law firm again should the need arise.
Dawn HardyDawn Hardy
15:06 13 Nov 21
Shannon and her team are the best! They listened to my needs and provided the best advice. They are patient and professional as well as personable, they didn't make me feel like I was just another client. Highly recommend!

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Georgia Estate Law & Asset Protection: Your College-Bound 18-Year-Old Needs Two Important Legal Documents

If you’re sending your teenager off to college for the first time and they are 18 or older, you’ll want to make sure they have two important legal documents to give to the university so that you will have rights that you’re likely not ready to give up at this point in your child’s life. The first document is a Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA). The second is a Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA).

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The Estate & Asset Protection Law Firm Owner, Shannon Pawley, Gives A Brief Overview Of Ancillary Probate And How To Avoid It.

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