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How to Negotiate Your Lawyer’s Legal Fees in Louisiana

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With the rising cost of legal fees and the cost of living in general, you may be wondering if you can strike a deal with your attorney.   If you’ve ever had the unpleasant experience of being hauled into court, you know how gut-wrenching and scary it can be. Criminal and civil proceedings can both be […]

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Your Rights and Obligations as a Naked Owner in Louisiana

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The term “Naked Owner” may sound like a strange concept at first, but it’s easy to understand. If you’ve recently inherited property in Louisiana, there’s a good chance you’ve been introduced to the term and may have some questions and concerns.   Ownership in Louisiana isn’t as cut and dry as you may think. You can […]

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What Types of Wills Are Valid in Louisiana?

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If you’re researching estate planning in Louisiana and considering executing a Last Will and Testament – congratulations, you’re ahead of the curve. Estate planning is incredibly important to you and your family. It gives you an opportunity to plan and make adjustments to ensure your family has everything they need and are provided for when […]

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Is a Louisiana Succession Necessary in 2020 or Are There Other Alternatives?

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If you are reading this article, you likely have questions and concerns about the succession process in Louisiana. If you’ve recently lost a loved one, the succession process can be difficult and it is highly recommended that you speak with an attorney that specializes in Louisiana succession law.   You may or may not be required […]

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This is What Happens When You’re Married and Die Without a Will in Louisiana

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Many people believe they do not need a Last Will and Testament in Louisiana. Either they feel they don’t have enough assets to warrant the need for a will or that their family will protect their wishes without written documentation. Both of those assumptions are incorrect and can cause trouble when you die. First, you […]