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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.
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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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Income and LLCs: Do I have to give my kids their part of the income of our family LLC? We see quite a few Limited Liability Companies in which Mom and Dad include the kids as part of their estate plan. There is nothing wrong with that, and often is a great way to have...
Usufruct vs. Right of Habitation- What's the Difference? Because of the old laws of forced heirship, usufruct was a common appearance in wills. Typically a spouse would leave his portion of the property to the kids, subject to the usufruct of the surviving...
What is the most important estate planning document? Most people would say a will. But consider three scenarios: Delores and Rob had wills leaving everything to each other and then to their three children. Rob dies, leaving everything to Delores. Delores develops...