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Items Your Estate Plan May Have Left Out

It certainly isn't easy to contemplate our mortality, but not thinking about these types of things can often lead to hardship for our families in the future. There are a few items worth speaking to your family and friends about. Here are a few conversations that are...

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Memorial Day

Miramon Law wishes you a safe and healthy Memorial Day Weekend. We are honored to serve those who serve in our military, and we remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. While we are closed on Monday in honor of Memorial Day, we are working...

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WE ARE OPEN!

YES, WE ARE OPEN effective May 4th! We want you to know that your safety is our top priority. We are open by appointment only. Before coming inside, please call our office to be let in at 318-869-0055. You may be asked to wait in your vehicle until you are called in....

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Quarantined

The statewide quarantine has left most Louisiana residents stuck at home. We are all looking for ways to remain active and productive. It can be an opportune time to get things off your to-do list that have lingered for a long time, such as estate planning. Estate...

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COVID-19

In light of mounting COVID-19 concerns throughout the United States, we here at Miramon Law, Inc. want to ensure that the health and safety of our clients remain a top priority. Our doors will remain open for business, however, we will offer our clients the ability to...

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What are the new rules on inherited IRAs?

The Secure Act was passed as part of the 2020 spending bill. The new law contains many changes to the existing retirement plan distribution rules. The Secure Act focuses heavily on changes to retirement accounts. There are many changes including the limits on the...

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What’s your “endgame”?

Many of us have heard the term "endgame." An endgame is the very last part of a strategic game, like chess or backgammon. The last few moves you make in your chess game are your endgame. From the chess meaning, endgame is also used figuratively to mean "end stages of...

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Attention: Do it Yourself-ers! BEWARE!

Halloween has come and gone but we are still being scared!- by the number of people who try to do their own wills. Just this past week we have seen: Wills not dated; Wills not signed on each page; Wills that do not name an executor; Wills that leave property to minors...

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