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Estate Planning & Probate

For the Advantage You & Your Loved Ones Deserve

At Donsbach Law Group, LLC, we assist clients in all matters relating to wealth transfer and estate planning.

Based in the Central Savannah River Area of Augusta, GA, our law firm focuses on estate planning, probate law, and legal services that help our clients manage and protect their wealth. We also represent clients in the areas of business law, tax and real estate law

Serving clients of various backgrounds and needs throughout Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, and beyond, our estate planning lawyers are ready to help you manage, protect, and grow your wealth.

Estate Planning, Wills, and Trusts

Serving Clients in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, & North Carolina

Proper transfer of individual or familial wealth to family members or charities is significant to most individuals.

If you’re ready to draft your will, set up a trust, or plan for your family’s financial future, your estate plan needs to give you the advantage ‒ no matter your particular situation.

For this reason, the Donsbach Law Group carefully listens and helps individuals and families negotiate the complex web of federal and state tax laws, as well as navigate the state probate laws in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, or Alabama.

Estate Planning & Legal Documents Drafting
  • Wills addressing both simple and complex estate needs
  • Beneficiary Designations to properly fund trusts and wills
  • Children’s/Minors Trusts
  • Credit Shelter Trusts which maximize estate tax savings
  • Marital Trusts
  • Qualified Domestic Trusts for foreign citizens
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Generation-Skipping Planning
  • Gift Planning
  • Gifting Trusts
  • Family Limited Partnerships and
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Charitable Planning
  • Charitable Foundations
  • Annuity Trusts
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Advanced Directives and Healthcare Powers

While the above list is not all-inclusive, it is broad and shows many of the different tools and planning techniques our firm uses to protect individual and family wealth. It is our commitment to listen to each individual and ensure that each estate is planned with the utmost care, taking into account the personal desires of each client.

State Probate, Estate Administration, & Guardianship
Donsbach Law Group, LLC has attorneys with numerous years of experience handling the probate and administration of estates. Our attorneys are well versed and adept at handling guardianships for minors and incapacitated adults and all of the issues that can arise when handling these matters.
Estate Disputes & Litigation
Donsbach Law Group, LLC assists clients with a variety of probate and fiduciary litigation matters. Specifically, our firm has experience handling will contests, will construction and interpretation cases, probate disputes, and breach of fiduciary duty cases involving personal representatives and powers of attorney.
Contact an Estate Planning Attorney Today!


Donsbach Law Group, LLC
504 Blackburn Dr
Martinez, GA 30907


Phone: 706-650-8750
Fax: 706-651-1399

Business Hours

Monday ‒ Friday:
8:30 AM ‒ 5:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday:

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