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Do You Need a Lawyer to Go Through Succession?
Do You Need a Lawyer to Go Through Succession?

The purpose of a will or trust is to help the family of a decedent collect their intended inheritances with as little complication or delays as possible. If a person passes away without first creating a full estate plan , what will happen to their assets and property then? ...

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  • Do You Need a Lawyer to Go Through Succession?

    The purpose of a will or trust is to help the family of a decedent collect their intended inheritances with as little complication or delays as possible. If a person passes away without first creating ...

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  • Attorney Wendra J. Moran Moves to New Office

    My firm, The Law Office of Wendra J. Moran, has moved to a new, more comfortable office location in western Baton Rouge. 614 Europe Street Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 With the Interstate 10 to the ...

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    In certain circumstances, creating a revocable or irrevocable trust can be very beneficial. Determining which type of trust is right for you is not always easy. Some people create trusts as they want ...

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