Successions, Wills And Probate Attorneys

If you think you need a Louisiana succession attorney, it’s probably because a relative or someone who was close to you has died. For Louisiana residents there are very important rules which much be followed when writing a will or handling a succession proceeding.
If you are looking for a succession, wills or probate attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana please call us. The law firm of Greenberg and LaPeyronnie has extensive experience handling these cases with the utmost sensitivity as well as the attention to detail needed for a successful outcome.

Wills, Probate and Succession Law in Louisiana

At some point in our lives, we start to think of what will happen to our assets when our time here is gone. It is prudent for all of us to consider writing a will so that we can direct who will be entitled to our assets upon our death. Considerations include protecting family and loved ones and those special causes each of us may have. A last will and testament can be written to ensure that your wishes are carried out at the time of your death.

In Louisiana, we have three ways to handle a succession or probate proceeding:

  • Use of a simple placing into possession. Although not simple, this is a process which can be used if an estate is relatively free from debt and all heirs or legatees are in agreement regarding the handling of the estate.
  • Independent administration. A relatively new procedure called independent administration allows an independent administrator to handle more complex successions in a much more efficient manner than handled in the past.
  • Administered succession. The third option is the traditional administered succession which provides safeguards for those more complex succession proceedings.
    The attorneys of Greenberg and LaPeyronnie, LLC routinely compose last wills and testaments for their clients and have handled and litigated all types of succession or probate proceedings. Their wide range of knowledge concerning succession law and other areas of the law allow them to provide efficient and effective representation in their handling of these matters.

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