You care about your family.
We care about planning for your future.
Together, we can protect your family
from uncertainty or settle an estate.
You have invested a lifetime building a legacy. But without planning, the line of succession isn’t always a straight one. When it’s time to think about how that legacy will continue, it’s time to trust Miramon Law. Our family law firm understands and cares about family matters. Patricia N. Miramon and Julia Miramon Todd bring years of expertise and compassion to estate planning, wills, trusts and other matters. It’s never too late, or too early, to plan for the inevitable. Protect your family, and your legacy, from uncertainty with estate planning from Miramon Law.
Caring estate planning and elder law attorneys focused on you.
Shreveport-Bossier estate planning & elder law attorneys
Miramon Law is a family law practice dedicated to estate planning and elder law issues in Shreveport, Bossier City and the surrounding area. Our family is here to help your family plan for the future or, if need be, settle a loved one’s estate. From powers of attorney to probates, trusts, wills, estate planning and competency matters, we help hundreds of families protect and provide for the future.
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Have you or your loved one been the target of a financial scam? At Miramon Law we see people who have fallen victim to scammers. The FBI estimates that seniors lose more than $3 billion each year to fraudsters. Scammers go after seniors because they believe older...
We’re Responsive!* * (unless we can’t be) We want to promptly respond to any inquiries and help everyone who contacts our office. However, we are restricted by confidentiality rules and the Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers. This can be frustrating for those...
No matter how hard we try to fight it, death is inevitable. But a proper estate plan can ease the emotional and financial burden on your loved ones. Estate planning is the process of detailing how your assets will be distributed after you die. If you don’t plan for it...
Estate Planning is Important at Every Age. Read our article below to find out what documents you need. Here are the documents we recommend each person have at certain ages. Contact us today to find out what is right for you! At 18+ -> You Need a Power of Attorney...