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Download the Georgia last will and testament which allows a Georgia resident to specify the distribution of his or her personal or real probate property to certain beneficiaries in the event of his or her death.  In addition, you must specify a person, usually a trusted friend or relative and sometimes an attorney or other professional fiduciary, to carry out the provisions set forth in your will.  This person is called a personal representative or executor.


Under Georgia law, a “Will” means the legal declaration of an individual’s testamentary intention regarding that individual’s property or other matters. Will includes the will and all codicils to the will. Ga. Code Ann., § 53-1-2