Guiding Georgia and South Carolina Families Through Family Law Issues
Legal assistance for adoptions, conservatorships, guardianships and other family legal issues
Family law encompasses a wide variety of legal practices, from divorce and custody to welcoming new members into your family through adoption and remarriage. The attorneys of Frails & Wilson, LLC understand that all of these decisions and processes involve numerous emotions and complex legal issues. With nearly 30 years of combined experience, the attorneys have the sophistication and experience to give you ethical, compassionate service in this intricate legal area.
Located in Augusta, Georgia and serving the entire Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), Frails & Wilson attorneys may be able to assist and advise you of your rights in the range of legal issues that surround families in good times and bad.
Guidance for welcoming a new addition to your family
Adoption is a wonderful experience, but it is also a complex legal process for which you need the assistance of an experienced attorney. A Frails & Wilson family lawyer can help advise you of your rights, explain your options and handle your case in accordance with the laws governing adoption in Georgia and South Carolina as well as reviewing and assisting with interstate and international adoptions. The firm provides experienced, compassionate and highly personalized legal service for clients in a wide range of adoption matters, including:
Guardianship and conservatorship services
If you have a disabled adult or minor child, you may be considering how you can protect and care for your loved one financially and physically for the rest of their life. Frails & Wilson attorneys can represent you in the probate court proceedings to set up a guardianship or a conservatorship.
Guardianships are more complete than conservatorships, generally. Guardianships are necessary when you are concerned about the welfare, both financial and physical, of your loved ones, such as an incapacitated adult (through any physical or mental condition) or a minor who lacks parents or the proper care of a family.
Conservatorships are a bit different. Rather than having control over every aspect of the incapacitated person, conservators have the power to receive, collect and make determinations about the property and finances of an incapacitated adult or a minor. This is a fiduciary role where the conservator manages the funds and property in the best interests of the incapacitated adult or minor, including education, welfare and safety, and must take note of the desires and values of the ward (the proper term for the incapacitated adult or minor).
Frails & Wilson provides advice on understanding your duties and responsibilities as a guardian or conservator and can assist in answering any questions that arise in this and other family law and estate planning situations.
A full-service family law practice
Although the firm’s family law practice focuses on adoptions, guardianships and conservatorships, it also offers a full range of other services, including representation in:
Family legal services for adoptions and more throughout the CSRA
The attorneys of Frails and Wilson, LLC recognize the need for experienced counsel in difficult family law matters, whether joyful or painful. We give you the attention you deserve and the results you demand. Located just six miles from the Augusta National Golf Course, a Frails & Wilson attorney can be reached via the contact form on this website or by telephone at 706-855-6715.
The firm serves all of the CSRA, comprising 13 counties in Georgia (Augusta-Richmond, Burke, Columbia, Emanuel, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Lincoln, McDuffie, Screven, Taliaferro, Warren and Wilkes) and five counties in South Carolina (Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell, Edgefield and McCormick).