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Our New Attorney

We are happy to welcome our newest attorney, Julia Miramon Todd! Julia practiced oil and gas accounting before attending LSU for law school. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, running, reading, and traveling. When asked what has been the most surprising...

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There’s No Time Like the Present

Most of us no longer mark the end of summer with a return to school and preparation for a new school year. As adults, the end of the summer is a great time to to put your plans in motion to get your estate planning completed before the end of the year. We offer free...

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VA Records Accessible online or by App

VA medical records can be accessed online from the VA website. Go to www.myhealth.va.gov/mhv-portal-web/download-your-own-va-medical-records.  Once there you will find the following article explaining how to obtain your medical records. Forgot the name of a...

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Who Will Handle My Funeral Arrangements?

When we think about estate planning, we typically think of wills, powers of attorney, and trusts. Yet, these estate planning documents usually do not tell your loved ones what your last wishes are. Families are often left with questions like: Burial or cremation?...

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What Happens to Your Debt When You Die?

Most people have debt. We accumulate it in the form of student loans, mortgages, car loans, credit cards, and more. The choice to go into debt is often times a choice to invest in our future. Whether you’ve taken out a student loan to pursue higher education or...

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Has Your Will Been Notarized Properly?

Generally, for a Will to be considered valid in Louisiana, it must be signed by the person making the Will (the testator) and two witnesses, and it must also be notarized. Doing a Notarial Will (one signed by two witnesses and notarized) is the best way to ensure that...

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