Understanding Georgia Property Laws and Their Implications
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Georgia Property Laws and Real Estate Laws
From estate planning to business ownership, Georgia property laws can have a wide range of implications. Learn more here with Faulkner Law.
Georgia property and real estate laws affect not only homeowners but landlords and renters as well. Most U.S. states have different protection laws that allow property owners to protect their property and assets from adverse possession or creditors.
Although it may seem that asset protection strategies are just for wealthy people, anyone who is a homeowner or runs their own business can benefit from protecting their assets. By acting early on, before there is a debt or a judgment occurs, an experienced estate planning and business law lawyer can work with you to develop strategies that will shield your hard-earned wealth from danger.
Stan Faulkner, the founding attorney at Faulkner Law, possesses over 18 years of experience in business law, real estate, and estate planning matters. He understands that every case is different, and he’s dedicated to helping clients and providing them with exceptional legal advice on asset protection and estate planning, built on years of experience.
Georgia Property Tax Laws and the Tax Advantages of Owning Real Property
Georgia Private Property Laws: What Is Adverse Possession?
If you are a homeowner, your property is probably among your most valuable assets. It is considered an investment that, in theory, gains in value with each year. Because of that, protecting your property is crucial. In order to do that, you have to keep an eye on your property lines.
Adverse possession, also referred to as “squatters rights law,” gives an individual who occupies a piece of land but is not its owner the right to gain ownership over that land under certain conditions. That individual may be a trespasser, but they could also be your neighbor.
Georgia Laws on Rental Property
Marital Property Laws in Georgia
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