Digital Assets and Estate Planning: What You Need to Know

The days of having only physical assets like tangible personal property, and intangible property like bonds, investment accounts, and other bank accounts are long gone. With the introduction of social media, email, and other digital accounts, your legacy is more online than you may think. All of these digital accounts make up your digital assets. […]

Common Misconceptions About Wills and Trusts

a couple talking to an attorney about their estate plan including wills and trusts.

As estate planning attorneys for nearly 30 years, we have created our fair share of estate plans. During this time, we have come across some clients with estate planning misconceptions that hinder them from beginning their estate plans. We believe in empowering our clients with knowledge regarding their future. In this blog, we will debunk […]

What Does a Closing Lawyer Do, and Why Do You Need One?

We often get asked what exactly a closing lawyer does. Firstly, we may be referred to by many names: real estate attorney or lawyer, title attorney, title, escrow, the title company, or closing attorneys. In Georgia, an attorney can only represent one party to a transaction. In residential transactions, though we represent the mortgage lender […]

COVID-19 Update

EK> responds to COVID19 OPERATIONAL INFORMATION We are in unprecedented times with Courthouses closing, limiting access, and/or suspending some services in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak. Please be advised that as of today, Edge & Kimbell Law, LLC, remains open for business in all our locations. We are accepting contracts, performing title exams, and […]