Finalizing Your Wishes And Protecting Your Estate
For many the prospect of estate planning and probate law is troubling. It deals with an incredibly sensitive topic that few want to spend a great deal of time talking about. However, when the moment comes to build your estate plan, you want to work with a law firm with an established and respected reputation. Cox, Byington, Twyman & Johnson, LLP, is known for its attorneys’ dedication and experience in probate and estate planning matters. Our work as the Floyd County administrator means the communities of Rome and Georgia trust us with these difficult tasks. We take pride in the faith placed in us because it confirms our focus on client-centered service.
Experienced Estate Planning Practice
As a full-service law firm to the community in northwestern Georgia, we have a unique level of experience in aiding people at various moments of their lives. Estate planning is no different. Led by attorneys William (Bill) Byington and Lee Treadaway, we put the focus on your needs with:
- Financial consideration: Georgia estate laws and taxation will have an impact. Our lawyers’ focus and background will allow them to resolve these issues in ways that minimize the impacts on your loved ones.
- Personal attention: Your needs are unique to you. What will work for your family is something only you can decide. We learn from you. We follow your guidelines. We go above and beyond to get you the needed results.
Whether you have few assets or a large estate, we can help you retain control of your future.
Elder Law And Conservatorship
As you or your loved ones age, there are many decisions about care and responsibility that you must make. You can trust in attorney Lee Treadaway’s experience in elder law concerns such as Medicare, Medicaid, settlement protection and advance directives. Our team will work to build a plan that makes the most sense for you.
Trusted Probate Experience
All estates move through probate law in a basic sense. An established estate plan in place can streamline the process. Without that, your estate, or the estate of your loved one, will need to have a number of issues settled at that time. With our guidance and experience as a county administrator, we will be able to focus on what matters most and assist you in achieving the resolution you need.