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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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Your Digital Legacy

Have you ever thought about what happens when a loved one passes away and Amazon continues to send them packages because they signed up for  “Subscribe and Save”? Many of us have numerous digital assets including email accounts, bank statements, websites, credit card...

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Office Closed due to Weather

Our office will remain closed through Thursday, February 18, 2021 due to weather. Please contact jtodd@miramonlaw.com if you need anything. We will be in contact with you to reschedule your appointments soon. Stay safe and warm!

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Reflecting Back on 2020 and Heading into a New Year

One thing that we can all agree on is that 2020 brought lots of change. Many were left without jobs, without access to their loved ones in nursing homes, and without documentation to be able to take care of or make financial decisions for loved ones. A few things that...

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Happy Holidays- Give the Gift of Preparedness!

As we gather with our loved ones this holiday season, it may be a good time to have a discussion with your family regarding your estate planning documents. You may need to tell your loved ones where these are located and who to contact in the case of illness or death....

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