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In light of the continuing COVID-19 virus variant threat, and in keeping with our efforts to keep both our clients and ourselves safe, we have transitioned to a totally remote TELE-LAW practice of Law, and we will not be meeting with clients in person, at our physical building we own in Columbus, Georgia, any longer. 


WE ARE SET UP TO HANDLE YOUR ENTIRE CASE, BEGINNING TO END, BY TELEPHONE, TELECONFERENCE, EMAIL AND MAIL, AND WE HAVE BEEN DOING THIS SUCCESSFULLY, SINCE COVID-19 BEGAN MARCH OF 2020 WHEN WE HANDLE YOUR CASE, YOU WILL NEVER HAVE TO LEAVE YOUR HOME, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF GETTING DOCUMENTS NOTARIZED, WHICH IS AVAILABLE AT MULTIPLE LOCATIONS LOCALLY, INCLUDING ALL UPS STORES.  AND, AS ALWAYS, WE NEVER CHARGE FOR TELEPHONE CALLS, AS WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A STUPID QUESTION.

ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED(*Bank convenience fees for same paid by Client)

CALL (706) 563-9333 FOR A FREE PHONE CONSULT REGARDING YOUR CASE!

AFFORDABLE LEGAL SERVICES FOR ALL

                  GEORGIANS!

Gary I. Klepak,

  Probate Lawyer & Divorce Lawyer

Attorney And Counselor At Law

                           Serving Georgians since 1978

              As a Probate Lawyer and Divorce Attorney

DIVORCE            as low as . . $295     ESTATE & HEALTH CARE PACKAGE. . . . .$500

                                                              *INCLUDES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING 

PROBATE           as low as . . $750    LEGAL SERVICES INCLUDED:

                                                                                             SIMPLE LAST WILL & TESTAMENT 

                                                                        GEORGIA DIRECTIVE FOR HEALTH CARE *   

                                                                          FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY

                                                                     *Replaced the Living Will & Durable POA Laws in 2007