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Appointing a guardian for a minor child during probate

When making out a will, most Georgia parents appoint one or more individuals to care for their children after death. Of course, if the other parent survives, he or she would most likely continue to parent the children unless found to be unfit, uninterested or otherwise unable to serve their best interests. If there is any question regarding this issue, it can be dealt with during the probate.

Can you avoid probate if your loved one had no will?

When a Georgia resident dies without leaving behind a last will and testament, surviving families may have to seek the court's assistance in reconciling the estate. Then again, that may not be necessary. It might be possible to avoid a lengthy and time-consuming probate process if everyone can get along.

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