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What Our Clients Say
“ We were lucky enough to find Myrna Arroyo when we needed to get our affairs in order. She was wonderful. Very knowledgeable and helpful. Took the time to explain everything we had questions about.– Barbara M
There are many unexpected situations you could find yourself in. Without a proper estate plan in place, it could negatively affect your family’s future financial situation. Whether you are just starting your retirement, a family, or your first job with benefits, having an estate plan in place can give you peace of mind knowing you and your family will be covered. By planning, you will be able to ensure that your family is provided for after you’re gone.
Whenever there is a will, you must go into probate – probate technically means to prove the will. Now, if you don’t have a will, you still must go through the probate process, but we generally call it a succession in that case because there is no will. It would be considered an intestate succession. Instead of reading your will and figuring out what you wanted, the judge would just use Louisiana law to decide who gets your property.
At Progeny Law Firm, we can help you plan for the financial, medical, and legal challenges associated with aging. Our Louisiana elder law attorneys will be able to help you develop a comprehensive plan to ensure your wishes and preferences are honored in the future. Should you become incapacitated, the plan will specify how your assets are protected should you require assisted living or nursing home care.
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