Estate Planning

Bryson Law Firm provides clients throughout Georgia with all levels of wills and trusts to accomplish tax, asset protection and property disposition goals. From the basic of plans (like the mirroring “I Love You” Wills) to the complex situations (that involve children from prior relationships, special needs beneficiaries, and estate tax avoidance), the attorneys and paralegals of Bryson Law Firm are experienced in matching a client’s intentions with the appropriate customized plan. The estate plan recommendation is provided only after understanding the intentions and family situation of the client. Every client has a unique family, asset mix and goals that must be considered to facilitate the customized plan. Our Suwanee-based Law Firm does not use a “cookie cutter” approach when developing a plan for our client’s individual or family needs.

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Bryson Law Firm also counsels clients on such family matters as charitable giving, insurance evaluation, education funding, estate tax avoidance, and beneficiary designation on qualified plans. Many times the Will and Trust is only a part of the overall distribution plan. As part of every estate plan, clients also have the opportunity to memorialize their decisions for health care and end of life directives. Also included in every estate plan should be the designation of an agent to handle the client’s financial and health care affairs following incapacity, including guardianship, durable financial power of attorney, health care proxy, living will, and conservatorship. Although thinking through the decisions required of clients are not easy, there is much relief after implementing the documents that accurately spells out the “who, what, when and how” following incapacity and death.

Contact Bryson Law Firm for any estate planning questions for not only Gwinnett County but all of Georgia at (404) 909-8842 or


Estate Planning Questionnaire (pdf)