Providing personal service and peace of mind in trust, estate, elder law, and guardianship cases.
Death and disability are tough subjects, but that doesn’t mean it has to be tough on you and your family. Specializing in trust, probate, and guardianship cases, we offer personal, efficient service for fair, flat fees. Give us your troubles, and let us give you peace of mind.
Mandy Moyer helps families in Cumming, Canton, Alpharetta, Milton, Lawrenceville and across north Georgia deal with the unexpected realities that follow the death or disability of a loved one. Experiencing death or disability is hard, but the legal processes don’t have to be. You have questions; we have answers.
Since Mandy began practicing, she has devoted 100% of her practice to appearing in probate courts across Georgia and helping families plan for, and deal with, the tough realities of life. She understands that families need support and guidance to resolve the legal issues surrounding death and disability so that they can get back to living their lives.
The legal process can seem confusing, and it can be very intimidating to have to go to court to get the authority you need to handle the finances and decisions of a family member. But you don’t have to do it alone.
Using her experience and expertise, Mandy can guide your family through the legal process, helping you to understand the “legalese” you encounter along the way.
If your loved one has died:
Whether you need help initiating the probate process, handling a trust or estate administration, or closing an estate or trust when everything has been resolved, Mandy’s experience and commitment to personal service can make the process easier, quicker, and less stressful.
If your loved one needs help managing their affairs:
If you are the parent of a special needs child, and you need to get legal authority to handle their medical and financial affairs, Mandy will help you navigate that process with ease.
If you are a child or grandchild whose own parent or grandparent needs help managing their affairs due to Alzheimer’s or other dementia diseases, Mandy will guide you through the legal process while preserving your loved one’s dignity and autonomy.
Does Mandy handle contested cases?
Mandy enjoys advocacy in all forms, including handling contested and litigated cases where there’s a disagreement about who should inherit, or who should care for an elderly or disabled loved one.
In short, Mandy can help when everyone’s in agreement, or when they aren’t.
How experienced is Mandy in cases involving trusts, probate, and/or guardianships?
In a word: very.
In addition to handling many trust, estate and guardianship cases from start to finish in private practice, Mandy worked as the staff attorney and Chief Deputy Clerk to the Honorable Judge Lynwood Jordan of the Forsyth County Probate Court for several years.
In that role, she learned the intricacies of the probate and guardianship processes from the Court’s perspective. She applies the knowledge and expertise she gained from that experience to both litigated and routine cases occurring in Georgia’s probate courts.
Further, Mandy frequently speaks, writes, and teaches on topics relevant to these areas of law, and is recognized among her peers as a leader in the practice area.
What makes Mandy different than other lawyers?
Mandy cares about her clients, and is committed to not only achieving their goals, but making sure that they understand the process along the way. She prides herself and her team on being dedicated to client service, and committed to providing quality legal services for fair fees.
Get the help you need, and the peace of mind and personal service you deserve. Call Mandy directly at 678-780-4160 or email her at [email protected]
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||2011||10/21/2020|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Award of Achievement for Service to the Bar||Young Lawyers Division, State Bar of Georgia||2018|
|Award of Achievement for Outstanding Service to the Public||Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia||2017|
|YLD Star of the Quarter||Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia||2017|
|Award of Achievement for Outstanding Service to the Public||Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia||2016|
|Leadership Academy||Georgia Association of Women Lawyers||2016|
|Leadership Academy||State Bar of Georgia, Young Lawyers Division||2013|
|Probate, Guardianship and Trusts Lawyer||Georgia Probate Lawyers||2018 - Present|
|Staff Attorney and Chief Deputy Clerk||Forsyth County Probate Court||2014 - 2018|
|Probate and Civil Litigation Lawyer||Dyer & Rusbridge, P.C.||2013 - 2014|
|Estate Planning and Probate Lawyer||Fox+Mattson, P.C.||2011 - 2013|
|Law Clerk||Athens-Clarke County Probate Court||2010 - 2011|
|Law Clerk||Fox+Mattson, P.C.||2010 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Forsyth County Bar Association||President||2018 - Present|
|Blue Ridge Bar Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|Forsyth County Bar Association||Vice President||2017 - 2018|
|Forsyth County Bar Association||Secretary||2016 - 2017|
|Blue Ridge Bar Association||Secretary||2014 - 2015|
|Kennesaw State U. Alumni Association||Board of Directors, Director at Large||2014 - 2018|
|Junior Service League of Woodstock||President||2014 - 2015|
|Junior Service League of Woodstock||Treasurer||2013 - 2014|
|Blue Ridge Bar Association||Law Day Committee Chair||2013 - 2014|
|Canton Paw Park Association, Inc.||Vice President||2011 - 2014|
|Cherokee Tribune||Demystifying More of the Probate Process||2018|
|Cherokee Tribune||Getting the Help They Need: When a Loved One Has Mental Health Issues||2018|
|The YLD Review||Trial and Heirs: What All Lawyers Need to Know about Probate in Georgia||2018|
|Cherokee Tribune||Demystifying the Probate Process||2017|
|Cherokee Tribune||Helping 'Unbefriended Elders'||2017|
|Cherokee Tribune||Build It and They Come||2016|
|Cherokee Tribune||How to Choose a Georgia Lawyer||2016|
|Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL) Newsletter||GAWL Douglas-Paulding Chapter Gives Back||2015|
|Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL) Newsletter||GAWL Announces New Blue Ridge Chapter||2015|
|The YLD Review||Legal Food Frenzy: Mission Possible!||2015|
|Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL) Newsletter||GAWL Foundation's Girl Scout Project||2015|
|Cherokee Tribune||Dividing up assets over Christmas dinner||2014|
|Cherokee Tribune||Law by the People, for the People||2014|
|Cherokee Tribune||Death of Marriage Can Legally Kill Ex-Spouse||2014|
|The YLD Review||A Law Student's Take on the YLD||2010|
|University of Georgia School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2011|
|Kennesaw State University||BS - Bachelor of Science||2008|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Elder Law Section||Adult Guardianships: Effective Advocacy in Cases Involving Incapacitated Adults||2018|
|National Business Institute||The Probate Process from Start to Finish||2018|
|Empowering the Injured||Empowering the Injured: Settlement of Minors' Personal Injury Claims||2018|
|Atlanta Bar Asso. Estate Planning and Probate Section||Pitfalls in Practice - Common Errors and Omissions in Probate Court and How to Avoid Them||2017|
|Lawyers for Equal Justice Speaker Series||An Overview of Basic Estate Planning||2017|
|Darby Funeral Home||Estate Planning: Don't Be Caught Unprepared!||2013|
|Cherokee County Retired Educators||Estate Planning: Common Misconceptions and What You Need to Know||2013|
|Complex Asset Protection Strategy.||Implemented an asset protection strategy utilizing 8 business entities to isolate individual real estate investments for a client in North Georgia, limiting his personal liability exposure as well as that of the individual investments.|
|Purchase and Sale Agreement Negotiation.||Negotiated for the purchase of commercial property in NW Georgia to a major fueling station company, which resulted in a sale despite several prior failed sale attempts.|
|Lease Agreement Negotiations.||Negotiated lease terms for a client’s new veterinary practice located inside the perimeter, achieving additional flexibility in lease terms with major shopping center landlord.|
|Comprehensive Estate Planning Practice.||Created estate settlement agreements for complicated family and distribution situations, achieving finality for all involved while adhering to the deceased person’s wishes as closely as possible.|
|Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust.||Created multiple trusts for family members, and transferred value to those “family trusts” by sales to those trusts (at a discounted rate), protecting future business growth from negative tax consequences and liability.|
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