Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
One of the only certain things in life is death. When that happens, how do you want your property to be distributed? If you’re married, will your spouse be provided for? If you have minor children, who do you want to have custody in the event that you and your spouse both pass away? In the event that you become physically or mentally unable to make financial and/or medical decisions on your own behalf, is anyone empowered to do so?
Leaving questions like these unanswered can create unintended consequences that are disastrous, expensive, and heart-wrenching for your loved ones. Fortunately, these questions can be easily addressed with an estate plan*. Estate plans are customizable packages of various documents, tailored to meet your specific needs. Additionally, you can easily alter your estate plan to meet changing circumstances throughout your life. Estate planning is one of the most important things you can do--especially if you have children--so contact John Veazey Law today to begin working on your estate plan.
- Acts of Donation
- Mandate/Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills
*Due to the unique requirements of Louisiana law, a Louisiana-licensed attorney’s advice and/or assistance is critical for estate planning. Do not rely on DIY fill-in-the-blank estate planning documents that you may find online or elsewhere.