You care about your family.

Let’s protect them from uncertainty.

Our goal is to help you provide and plan for your future or settle a loved one’s estate.

Caring estate planning and elder law attorneys focused on you.

Shreveport-Bossier estate planning & elder law attorneys

Patricia N. Miramon and Julia Miramon Todd are mother daughter attorneys licensed to practice in the state of Louisiana. Miramon Law handles hundreds of probates, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, estate planning LLCs, and competency matters each year.

Practice Areas

Probate & Succession

Probate means the formal filing and recognition of the Will as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased person.

Estate Planning

Estate plans are a great tool for individuals to ensure that their loved ones will be looked after upon your death.

Wills

A will determines what happens to your property once you pass away. 
 

Trusts

Trusts can be used for many reasons- to restrict your minor child’s access to money until set ages that you determine…

Powers of Attorney

Powers of attorney are very important. They give a person or persons the right to make decisions for you if you are unable to.

Interdictions/ Special needs

An interdiction is a court procedure where an adult person is found legally incapable of handling their property…

Limited Liability Companies

Limited Liability Companies have become an important component of estate planning, especially for people who…

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If Not Now, When? Problems in Estate Planning.

IF NOT NOW, WHEN? We get it. Thinking about death can be hard. But being informed and empowered can help you feel confident that regardless of what happens, your family is secure. You don't want to run into any problems in estate planning!    We help you plan for the...

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Estate Documents Everyone Should Have

Estate Documents Everyone Should Have- Regardless of Age! 💥 WILL - A will determines what happens to your property when you pass away. Remember, in Louisiana a spouse does not automatically inherit from you if you do not have a will! 💥 POWER OF ATTORNEY - A power of...

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Trusts

Trusts allow one person, the Settlor, to restrict money or property for a beneficiary. Three reasons you may want to consider a trust: You may want a trust so that your children don’t inherit all of your assets when they turn 18. You could use a trust to hold money to...

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