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Louisiana Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Attorneys

We Serve Throughout New Orleans and Baton Rouge

At Grand Law Firm, our estate planning lawyers work closely with you to create an estate plan that accomplishes your objectives and protects your loved ones. Our experienced attorneys can construct a comprehensive estate plan using the legal documents and financial tools that best meet your needs. These plans can, and often do, include Wills, Trusts, Financial Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills. These documents are meant to establish and communicate your wishes regarding your property and personal care. Additionally, our estate planning attorneys ensure that your documents are crafted to defer or minimize taxes for your estate and for your heirs.

Initial consultations at our firm are offered at no charge. Call (504) 608-5208 or contact us online to get started. We are located in New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the process that allows individuals to choose how his or her property is to be managed and distributed upon his or her death or incapacitation. The estate planning process can be used to eliminate uncertainties in the probate process. A comprehensive estate plan allows individuals to opt-out of Louisiana’s default succession laws.

Three of the most essential tools used in estate planning are:

In order to eliminate or reduce any potential legal complications upon your passing, it is essential to have an attorney oversee the creation of your estate planning documents. This is especially true in Louisiana, where our inheritance laws are much more complicated and restrictive than other states.

Estate Planning Goals

At Grand Law Firm, we view Estate Planning as a highly personalized financial legal process. Every individual or couple begins the process with his, her, or their specific goals, needs, and concerns in mind. It is your Louisiana estate planning attorney’s job to assist you in accomplishing those goals, address those need and eliminate those concerns.

When you begin the estate planning process you will sit down with one of our experienced attorneys and discuss which legal documents will help you achieve your personal goals. Please take a few moments to learn more about our different estate planning options.

When Should You Get an Estate Plan?

Although planning an estate is associated with those who are wealthy, can benefit all people who have property or a family. Those who are of legal age should consider creating an estate plan. Once an individual turns 18, they are responsible for more things such as property, finances, family, and more.

Before creating an estate plan, you should consider your finances and any property you own with a spouse, after a divorce, or after remarrying. If you have children, it is important to think about who will become the legal guardian if you are no longer able to care for them, who will be responsible for their financial security, and who will inherit your money and property.

If you have not planned your estate, contact Grand Law Firm today. Our estate planning attorneys in Louisiana are ready to guide you.

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