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Personalized Estate Planning

AT BURROUGHS ELIJAH, LLC, we firmly believe that everyone can benefit from consulting a qualified attorney to develop a complete and effective estate plan. We serve a variety of clients and understand that there is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to estate planning.

Over the years, our clients have shared stories of the challenges that often arise due to an incomplete or inappropriate estate plan. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping our clients avoid obstacles and challenges that may arise due to death or incapacity. We would love to work with you to develop a detailed and custom tailored estate plan that fits into your budget and secures your family’s future. Let us give you the peace of mind that comes with having a professionally crafted estate plan.


  •     wills & trusts
    Last Will and Testament:

    Your Will serves as the foundation of your estate plan. Without a will, the laws of your state will determine to whom your property is transferred upon your death.

    Revocable Trust:
    A revocable trust operates like a will to manage and dispose of your property at death.
    Irrevocable Trust:
    An Irrevocable Trust can take many different forms and serve a variety of purposes. Some examples of this type of trust include Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts, Gifting Trusts, and Asset Protection Trusts. Contact us for more info on our practice areas.

  •     probate & ESTATE Administration
    When a loved one passes away,

    the surviving family members are left with the difficult task of administering the decedent’s estate while coping with their own personal grief and healing. The experienced attorneys at Burroughs Elijah, LLC will provide you with the counsel and guidance you need during the estate administration process. In most circumstances, probate will be required before assets in a decedent’s estate can be distributed to the beneficiaries. Burroughs Elijah, LLC can help families determine whether probate is necessary and decide the best course of action for settling a decedent’s estate.

  •     long term care planning
    Medicaid Benefits:

    The Medicaid programs in Georgia and South Carolina do not cover nursing home expenses until a client is virtually destitute. Many times, a surviving spouse is left with nothing to live on after their significant other has spent time in a nursing home.

    VA Improved Pension:
    is a reimbursement paid to veterans or their widows to help supplement the costs of long-term care providers such as in-home medical service providers, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes. Many people are unaware that these benefits exist specifically to cover long-term care costs.

  •     ESTATE planning
    A complete estate plan,

    at a minimum, consists of a Last Will and Testament, Property Power of Attorney, and an Advanced Directive for Health Care. Each of these documents is necessary to plan, not only for death, but also for incapacity. Without a will, the default rules of the State will determine who receives property from an estate. Without a Property Power of Attorney or an Advanced Directive for Health Care, family members will need to pursue Guardianship and/or Conservatorship through the courts before they can assist with managing finances or making health care decisions for a loved one. At Burroughs Elijah, LLC, we consider finances, family dynamics, tax consequences, and many other factors to provide each of our clients with a custom-fit estate plan.




    Since graduating from law school,

    life-long resident of Augusta, Georgia, Brandon Elijah has provided legal services for and professional advice to hundreds of area locals. A founding partner at Burroughs Elijah, LLC, Brandon received his law degree from the Charleston School of Law, located in the heart of downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Prior to law school, Brandon received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government at Berry College, a liberal arts school in Rome, Georgia, about sixty miles northwest of Atlanta.

    As a law student, Brandon interned for local Augustan, The Honorable Dudley H. Bowen, Jr., United States District Court, Southern District of Georgia and for the United States Attorney’s Office in Savannah, Georgia.

    Immediately following his passing of the Georgia Bar Exam, Brandon went to work for one of Augusta’s most successful estate planning law practices. As an associate attorney at that firm, Brandon developed the legal knowledge and honed the skills necessary to provide estate planning for clients of all ages.

    Brandon is licensed to practice in both Georgia and South Carolina.

    He currently resides in Martinez, Georgia, near the Savannah River, with his yellow lab, Ellie.



    Daniel was born and raised in Augusta,

    Georgia. Since graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law, Daniel has dedicated his entire practice to Estate Planning and Elder Law.  He is licensed to practice law in both Georgia and South Carolina.  He is currently involved with the Referral Powerhouse Chapter of BNI, where he recently ended his term as President, the Community Foundation, a local group dedicated to supporting local non-profits, and the “wills clinic” committee with the State Bar of Georgia, a group of attorneys dedicated to providing estate planning documents for first responders.

    After graduating from law school, Daniel returned to Augusta where he married the love of his life, Erin Ashe. Since then, Daniel and Erin have settled down in Martinez, Georgia where they live with their two children, Addy and Liam, their dog, Lexi, and two cats, Tai and Gabe.

    Daniel likes to spend his free time away from the office enjoying good food with his wife, taking his kids to the playground, or playing disc golf at one of the many great disc golf courses in the area.



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    • 924 Stevens Creek Road, Suite 107
      Augusta, Georgia 30907
    • 706.364.3764
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