Estate planning is the process that allows individuals to choose how their property is to be managed and distributed upon their death or incapacity. This process allows individuals to opt-out of Louisiana’s default laws concerning who will be able to manage or receive their property upon death or incapacity.
Two of the most essential tools used in estate planning are Testaments
(also known as Wills) and Trusts. 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’ laws.
At the Leger Law Group, we view Estate Planning as a highly personalized
process. Every individual begins the process with his or her specific
goals and needs in mind and our attorney tailors his or her documents
to achieve those goals and needs.
Contact the Leger Law Group today at 225-615-0532 for your free consultation
and let us make sure all of your goals are met.