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Contesting a Will in Louisiana
Joe Crown was a drunk.  And a mean one at that.  He was also cheap. So cheap that he drafted his own will. Bad idea. Just to be mean, he left his only child, Tommy Crown, a bucket of pennies. He left the rest of his estate to his sister, who was mean too. After Joe ...

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If you want control over the distribution of your estate, you need a valid will and a designated executor. Otherwise, your heirs could be in for a difficult, expensive and potentially contentious ride. This article provides a review of the tasks necessary in administering an estate ­-- tasks that need to be done during a ...

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Take care to avoid these eight (8) major estate planning mistakes. 1.  Relying on the Government’s “Estate Plan” One of the biggest mistakes people make in estate planning is to not have an estate plan in place at all. This puts families in the position of being subject to government rules and regulations about all ...

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Many people have wills drafted to include bank accounts, stocks and other probate assets. But they overlook planning for personal possessions. Bitter disputes can erupt over items that have more sentimental value than monetary worth, including furniture, photographs, jewelry and artwork. This article provides answers to commonly asked questions about how estate assets are distributed, ...

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