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 attorneys focused on you and your family.

Your local elder law &
estate planning attorneys

Patricia N. Miramon and Julia Miramon Todd are mother daughter attorneys licensed to practice in the state of Louisiana. We handle 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

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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News & Articles

Keeping Up to Date

WE HAVE BIG NEWS! We travel!

Miramon Law is now able to come to you with the addition of our mobile office. We can come to you to have your estate planning or probate meeting, sign your succession paperwork, and sign your will, power of attorney and living will. We are so excited to be able to...

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Scholarship to Kathleen Davis

It was an honor to present a scholarship at the Military Officers Association of America's Ark-La-Tex Chapter Scholarship Awards Dinner Program. Congratulations to Kathleen Davis! She plans to attend Western Carolina and eventually head to law school. We are proud of...

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How to be a Good Executor

Loved seeing this article in the May 2021 AARP Bulletin. Being an executor is not an easy job! My favorite part of this article was "Five Things to Tell Your Future Executor." I find the most important thing to tell your future executor is where the original will is!...

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