When you file a Petition to Probate a Will or a Petition for Letters of Administration in Georgia, you must give notice to all heirs-at-law. Why? Because those are the persons who have legal standing to file an objection (caveat) to the Will or file an objection to your Petition for Letters of Administration. What […]

In In re Estate of Brown, 357 Ga. App. 869, 850 S.E.2d 503 (2020), the Fulton County Probate Court appointed Ann Herrera as conservator for Leon Brown in 2011. After Brown died, Herrera filed a petition for letters of administration and Brown’s sister, Linda Glover, objected. Glover argued that Brown was a resident of Henry […]

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