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While an executor is not required to have a lawyer assist with estate administration, retaining an experienced probate attorney ensures meeting all the legal requirements and making certain that the executor fulfills the fiduciary duties imposed by state law.Does a will have to be probated in Georgia?
Yes, generally speaking, probate is required in Georgia. The starting point is to locate the will of the deceased; make a copy of the will; and file the will with the probate court having jurisdiction over the estate. A petition to probate is then drafted and filed with the court. In Georgia, if the will does not include a self-proving ...Is it necessary that all Georgia Wills go through probate?
So, in conclusion and to summarize, the question is does a Will have to be probated in Georgia. The answer is “yes” and “no.” You should absolutely file the Will if you have it. Remember, you can be charged with a misdemeanor if you willfully withhold a Will from the Probate Court.