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Estate Planning in New Orleans

Last will and testament

We encourage our clients of all ages to think about having a living will and a will for after they've passed. Far from being a morbid exercise, these documents give you the confidence that your wishes will be carried out as you desire.

A living will expresses your wishes in no uncertain terms when you're unable to speak for yourself during an illness. You can stipulate whether or not to be resuscitated, who is to act as your representative in this decision, and includes the relevant language for hospitals and your doctor.

A will is a vastly more flexible and personalized document. You can specify your funeral arrangements, how your property and assets should be disbursed, and what happens to anything you haven't mentioned. You can also name your executor, or the person who will be in charge of following your wishes.

The process of this disbursement and the laws that govern it fall under the area of trusts and estates. If you're looking for advice on your estate planning and the writing of your will, please do not hesitate to contact our experienced and courteous attorneys. We're here to help.

Need guidance regarding estate planning in New Orleans? The Law Office Of Paul Grego can help.

If you’re considering taking the step of estate planning in New Orleans, a visit to The Law Office Of Paul Grego is guaranteed to make the process simpler, more convenient, and far less confusing. While nobody likes to think about the possibility that an accident or illness could cause their untimely death, and the chances are excellent that you’ll never have to use your living will, it’s a good idea to have one, nonetheless. A living will is the best way to make certain that you have a say in what happens to you when you’re no longer able to make decisions about your health and medical care, especially if you wish not to be resuscitated after a traumatic brain injury, you don’t want extraordinary life support measures taken, or you plan to donate your organs. Even if your wishes are fairly straightforward, the document allows you to decide who is in charge of making medical decisions for you when you are too sick to do so. While some may consider a living will morbid or inviting bad luck, it’s truly the best way to protect you and your family. If you’re ready to make this responsible choice, give our compassionate and experienced legal staff a call, and we’ll set you up with a free consultation.

No matter how prepared you are for the future, the unexpected can always throw a curve ball in your plans, leaving your loved ones to cope with a difficult situation. Regardless of your age or health, filing these legal documents are the best way to make your voice heard after your death, and to make certain that your wishes are respected. A will is one of the most important things you can leave behind, since it simplifies the settlement of your estate, and dictates how you’d like your assets dispersed.

For help with estate planning in New Orleans, rely on the experienced and compassionate professionals at The Law Office Of Paul Grego. With more than 18 years of experience serving the Greater New Orleans area, we have the expertise you need to plan your estate and make sure that your wishes are heard if an unexpected tragedy should ever occur. We certainly hope that you’ll never need to use the documents we file for you, but in a world full of the unplanned, it’s best to stay safe and protected. Call us today to set up a free consultation, and let us help you make the ultimate plan for your future.