- Powers of Attorney (financial and health care)*
- Advance Directive for Health Care (living will)
- Revocable Living Trust (RLT)
- HIPAA Authorization
- Probate (Uncontested – All heirs will consent to the will or to the person petitioning to be appointed the administrator.)
*As of July 1, 2017, Georgia has a new statutory Power of Attorney. Although POAs executed before that date are “grandfathered” in, if the one you have is more than two years old, it is best to execute a new one.