3789 Roswell Road, NE    Atlanta, GA. 30342    PHONE 770.644.0800    FAX 770.644.0808
Practice Areas
Estate Planning
As tax laws surrounding estate settlements continue to change, the need to professionally plan for the desired disposition of estates becomes more important. Wills and Trusts are just tools in the larger process of "estate planning". There is an unfortunate, widespread misconception that this is a subject of interest only to the wealthy. In fact, an estate plan provides the legal mechanism for disposing of property upon death in a way that recognizes your wishes and the needs of your survivors, while attempting to minimize taxes. For many, it involves planning for the handling of affairs in case of disability, and the deeply personal medical choices to be made as life nears its end. Regardless of the size of your estate, planning for its orderly transition to your loved ones is your right. We can help you accomplish your goals. Some of the issues that you may want to discuss are:
·Wealth Transfer Planning for Families and Individuals
·Business Transition Planning
·Asset Protection and Estate Tax Reduction
·Living Trusts, Wills, Living Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney
·Insurance Trusts
·Charitable Giving and Charitable Trusts
·Probate and Trust Administration
Business transactions
Often, one's attorney is called only after the business "Deal" has been struck. When that is the situation, it's time for the attorney to facilitate, not complicate the transaction. This is a point of pride for Mr. Leff. All aspects of business transactions are considered and counseled. Getting to the heart of the deal through personal experiences and knowledge of the law makes us efficient and productive with your best interests foremost in our minds. The following are just some of the specific areas involving business that may interest you:
·Corporations - formation and maintenance
·Limited Liability Partnerships and Companies
·Limited and General Partnerships
·Buy-Sell Agreements
·Purchase and Sale of businesses
·Real Estate and Construction Contracts
·Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements
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