March 28, 2012
-- The law firm of Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith in Lawrenceville has launched www.ProbateGeorgia.com, a comprehensive website that provides individuals and family members quick and easy access to basic information, definitions and forms relating to probate matters such as estates and guardianships, including estate planning, probating wills, administrations, guardianships of persons, conservatorships and fiduciary services within Georgia.
Initiating the site, www.ProbateGeorgia.com, was Mike Smith, attorney with Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith. Smith’s practice concentrates on two primary areas of law - probate/estate and conservatorship/
guardianship work and business and corporate work. He also is serving his 18th year as the county administrator/
county conservator for Gwinnett County.
“The idea behind www.ProbateGeorgia.com is simple - to provide accurate, easy to understand information to users as a strong first step in their moving forward with their legal issues,” Smith said.
“We want to boost the individual’s confidence and comfort level by giving them some insight to the issue or issues they are currently facing, and we want to introduce ourselves to these individuals by sharing with them our expertise.”
For information, visit www.ProbateGeorgia.com and/or call 770-513-1200.About Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith
Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith, LLP provides quality, experienced legal representation, dispute resolution and business organization services to its many clients. They represent clients in all state and federal courts and before administrative and governmental agencies across Georgia. They deal in fiduciaries, estates, trusts, conservatorships and guardianships, business and corporate law, civil litigation, contract law, employment law, family and domestic relations law, insurance law, real estate law and alternative dispute resolution. In addition to providing negotiation and trial expertise, Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith renders advice helping clients avoid claims and costly litigation.