Georgia Probate Resource

Guidance, Answers, and a Helping Hand Through Probate & Inheritance
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Welcome to Georgia Probate Resource

We know how challenging it can be to have loved one pass and be responsible for the things they leave behind. Not only do you need the time to grieve and comfort others, you also have to make the time to figure out what to do with their belongings.

No one wants to prepare for probate. Although it takes a lot of emotional strength, it’s a growing experience that can only make you stronger.

Our goal is to save you time by answering any questions that you have. We want to help you move on to what’s most important: taking care of yourself and your family.

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We created Georgia Probate Resource to answer questions like:

How do I make time to grieve when I’m responsible for my deceased loved ones’ possessions?
Remember that your mental and physical health are important, too.
Serving as the executor of a deceased’s estate can be a heavy responsibility. You now must deal with piles of paperwork and trips to probate court while simultaneously carving out the time to process the loss of a loved one. It’s a lot to deal with at once…

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What do I do if there isn’t a will?

Losing a loved one can be devastating. What can make it more challenging is when a loved one dies unprepared. While a will ensures that assets will be divvied according to the deceased person’s wishes, what happens when there is no will? Who is responsible for their estate? Will you have to go to court?…

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What should I do with their belongings and property?

Becoming an heir to an estate often comes with mixed emotions. On one hand, friends and family members that are saddened by losing a loved one can take comfort in the belongings left behind. But in other cases (maybe for heirs that weren’t close to the deceased), it could seem like a lot of stuff that they now have to deal with…

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How do I know what to keep, what to get rid of, and what to sell?

Becoming an heir to an estate often comes with mixed emotions. On one hand, friends and family members that are saddened by losing a loved one can take comfort in the belongings left behind. But in other cases (maybe for heirs that weren’t close to the deceased), it could seem like a lot of stuff…

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How does the probate process work in Georgia?

What you need to know about Georgia’s laws and probate procedures.
The probate process varies from state-to-state, so not every probate reference available online will necessarily apply to Georgia. At Georgia Probate Resource, we try to share the most relevant probate information specific to the State of Georgia…

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Can I skip the probate process?

The grief from losing a loved one can be a lot to bear. Aside from grieving, you might have to take on the responsibility of managing their estate if you are a close relative. Everything from determining what to do with belongings to…

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About Us

GEORGIA PROBATE RESOURCE

GA Probate Resource was founded by Full-time Real Estate Investor, Brad Woodall. After many many years of purchasing houses from families who inherited a house through the probate process, he recognized the need of an all-inclusive resource to help people navigate the unfamiliar probate process. Georgia Probate Resource was established as the leading site where experts in Probate share the knowledge and offer assistance for those struggling to navigate the uncharted waters of the Probate process.

Real Estate Investor, Brad Woodall

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What Happens to a House in Probate?

What Happens to a House in Probate? A home is usually an estate’s most expensive holding, but it doesn’t have to be a big challenge during probate.  Ushering a house through probate may sound intimidating. After all, the deceased’s property is more than likely the...

Probate Fraud: What to Do if You Suspect Fraud in the Probate Process

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