Guiding Your Family Through The Probate Process
Administering a family member’s estate while you are grieving their loss can feel overwhelming. That’s where Ruppenthal Law Firm, P.C., comes in. Our concentrated experience in probate and estate administration helps take away much of the burden and stress from you and your family during this time.
Few lawyers in the area are more qualified to guide executors and administrators through the probate process than Bob Ruppenthal, who has been in private practice with a focus on probate law since 1994. He and his daughter, Diana, provide close assistance through all the tasks and obstacles of processing an estate – our family helping your family.
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Over 25 Years Of Estate Law Experience
At Ruppenthal Law Firm, P.C., we pride ourselves on bringing clarity to the probate process. Bob Ruppenthal has a deep knowledge of Georgia probate and estate administration laws. Not only does Bob assist his clients in taking on and fulfilling their responsibilities as estate administrators and executors, but he also handles these duties himself, having served since 2000 as administrator/conservator for the Fayette County Probate Court.
We Strive To Make This Easier For You
You will find our lawyers to be knowledgeable and friendly. We can help you through the probate and estate administration process from beginning to end.
- We are happy to answer all your questions about probate and inheritance, including Year’s Support benefits, which are unique to Georgia.
- Clients appreciate our flat fee structure – no billing surprises or “nickel-and-dime” charges for phone calls and printing.
- Our firm is located in a renovated house, providing a comfortable and non-intimidating setting to discuss the aftermath of losing a loved one.
Call our Fayetteville office at 770-334-9699 or email us to take advantage of a free initial consultation. We handle probate cases throughout Georgia, including assistance to out-of-state family members who have been appointed executors of a loved one’s Georgia estate.