Quiet Title & Tax Deeds
Probate & Estate Planning
Georgia Counsel

Services We Provide

Probate and Estate Planning

Probate - We help families navigate the Georgia probate process to ensure that a loved one's assets and estates are properly handled after their passing.

Estate Planning - Establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Proper estate planning can also spare your loved ones the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs if you pass away or become disabled.  Services are tailored to each client and may include:

  • Preparing a will
  • Establishing a trust
  • Designating powers of attorney
  • Wealth protection
  • Creating health care directives
  • Business succession
  • Charitable planning
Quiet Title

When there is a dispute, or it is unclear, as to who owns a piece of real estate, Georgia law allows a person to seek to “quiet title” to that real estate. Essentially, the court will declare who owns the real estate, and whether any liens, easements, security deeds, etc. are valid. Attorney Jim Fletcher has handled hundreds of quiet title cases in Georgia and will help resolve title issues promptly, efficiently, and at a minimum of expense. Our firm will work hard to protect your rights in your property.

Tax Deeds

Mr. Fletcher has handled the foreclosure of the right to redeem and subsequent quiet title actions on hundreds of Georgia tax deeds. Mr. Fletcher and a team of paralegals have processes to promptly clear title after tax sales across the State of Georgia.

Real Estate

Services We Provide

Estate Planning

Establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Proper estate planning not only puts you in charge of your finances, it can also spare your loved ones the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs if you pass away or become disabled.

Our estate planning services are tailored to each client and may include:

  • Preparing a will
  • Establishing trusts
  • Designating Powers of Attorney
  • Wealth protection
  • Creating health care directives
  • Business succession
  • Charitable planning

Real Estate

Quiet Title

When there is a dispute, or it is unclear, as to who owns a piece of real estate, Georgia law allows a person to seek to “quiet title” to that real estate. Essentially, the court will declare who owns the real estate, and whether any liens, easements, security deeds, etc. are valid. At Fletcher Law Firm, we help people resolve these disputes quickly, efficiently, and at a minimum of expense. Our firm will work hard to protect your rights in your property.

Tax Deeds

Although O.C.G.A. 48-4-6 provides that a tax deed is considered valid, tax deeds are generally considered unmarketable. 3 Pindar’s Ga. Real Estate Law & Procedure § 26:94 (7th ed.) This is because a closing lawyer and title insurance lawyer cannot independently confirm if the barment procedure was properly conducted, or if one of the adverse claimants had a disability which would have prevented barment. Our firm can assist you with two methods to quiet title to a tax deed.

About Our Firm

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A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, Jim has practiced as an attorney since 2007, and he has represented clients across the State of Georgia. His practice focuses upon helping landowners resolve real estate issues including Quiet Title and Tax Sales, and with helping families navigate the Georgia Probate process and establish their Estate Plans as well.

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Call: (404) 409-5665

Visit: 328 SE Alexander Street, Suite 10
Marietta GA 30060

Email: info@FletcherLawFirm.com

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