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In Louisiana, the term ‘Succession’ is used to refer to the probate process of distributing the deceased’s property to those who are entitled to the assets. The main purpose of the Louisiana Succession process is to provide those who inherit property with a clear and marketable title for the property he or she inherited.
Our probate lawyers in Louisiana can make sure the deceased’s last will and testament is distributed as they intended. Call (504) 608-5208 to schedule a meeting.
The Probate Process
The Louisiana probate and succession process (otherwise known as estate administration) involves the legal procedures of settling the deceased’s estate.
Many people believe that if someone dies with a proper last will and testament in place that the probate process is not necessary; unfortunately that is not always true. Our succession lawyers assist surviving family members to account for the deceased’s assets and to properly distribute those assets according to the deceased’s estate plan (if they pass with a will) or state law (if they pass without a will).
Helping You Navigate Through a Difficult Time
Losing a loved one is a difficult and emotional process for anyone. At Grand Law Firm, our experienced probate and succession attorneys in Louisiana understand the grief and our clients face and strive to make the legal aspects of such a loss as simple as possible. Our client-based practice means that our estate administration attorneys and staff work with our clients through every step of the Louisiana succession process, ensuring that they understand the progress of the probate procedures.
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