Estate Planning & Asset Protection
Because estate planning is about taking care of yourself and those you love, it doesn’t matter how much money you have. There’s no financial threshold you must meet in order to qualify for planning. The qualifications are simple and twofold: first, you must care about someone or want to have some level of control over your life, health, and assets; and, second, you must be age 18 or older.
Think of estate planning as the creation of your written instructions combined with the legal language necessary to accomplish your goals. If you want to control how things are handled for the rest of your life and after your death, you must have your own estate plan. Your instructions will protect and provide for you, your spouse or partner, children, pets, assets, goals, and legacy.
Though most people don’t associate estate planning with fun, we call it “happy law.” Why? Because we spend our days protecting our clients and their families, creating legacies, and benefiting charities. Knowing, that you’ve taken care of everything and everyone, will make you, your loved ones, and us, happy.
I had a small court case to settle I did not know where to go I tried six other lawyers nobody wanted to mess with it I finally found Natalie and she set me down talk with me very helpful and understanding and she took it. I can’t thank her enough very nice.
We had a small business startup legal and financial review. Working with Natalie was very pleasant, and I felt like I could trust in her experience/expertise.
Natalie came through for me in the courtroom. Ms. Green’s consultation was very detailed and timely, she was totally prepared during my proceedings. I was never confused in the court house, she answered all of my questions and dealt with my case very professionally. I have an attorney for life in Natalie Green.
I was referred to Natalie regarding a family issue–I was blown away by her professionalism, knowledge and responsiveness. She is extremely busy but took the time to explain processes & procedures that I was able to understand and carefully listened to my concerns regarding the case.
I have referred Natalie to a couple of colleagues who were equally pleased.
Natalie Green did a terrific job for us. We could not be happier with the outcome. She talked us through everything and was professional and kind.
I sent an inquiry to Natalie via AVVO and received a phone call in less than an hour.
Mine was basically a question of whether she, as a lawyer in Georgia, would be able to assist with a debt collection from defaulted promissory note where the borrower lives in a different state.
Natalie provided me helpful recommendations on what should be included in the promissory note to help assure payment and the type of lawyer I should seek in the borrower’s state.
So though she would not be in position to assist my specific situation, I appreciate that she took the time to provide some preliminary counsel and offer of direction on where to initiate the process.