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Serving Augusta Since 1988

A native of Augusta, Georgia, Lee Prather and his wife Karen have been married for over thirty years and have two children. They also attend Good Shepherd Episcopal Church here in Augusta. Lee is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and Augusta Bar Association.

He has over twenty years of experience handling all types of Real Estate Transactions. Additionally his services include matters involving Wills, Trusts, Probate, Divorce, Business Formations, and Personal Injury.

Buying a home? We can help you avoid making costly mistakes.

Time to write a will? Let us help make sure you don't leave any important details out.

Want to start an LLC? We can help you form it successfully.

Been in an auto accident and not sure what to do? We will do our best to protect and provide you relief.

Lee Prather is here for all of these matters and more. Call or email us today to set up a free consultation!

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Wills & Living Trusts

You can create a living trust with a simple trust document and change it at any time. You can transfer all of your assets to the trust but continue to use and manage them during your lifetime.

What You Should Know...

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Probate

When a loved one dies, there are many things that need to be done immediately despite the difficulty of doing them in the midst of one's grief.

When A Loved One Dies...

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Real Estate

Your home can be a valuable investment and provide years of enjoyment. You can protect yourself against expensive mistakes if you proceed carefully before signing a purchase contract and closing the sale.

About Real Estate Closings

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Elder Concern

Adults who become incapable of caring for themselves, their property or their dependents may have a guardian appointed for them. However, guardianship can be avoided through the use of living wills and powers of attorney.

Using A Power Of Attorney