What to do if you live in one parish, but your parent(s) died in another parish in Louisiana and you need to file their succession?

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Question: “My parents died in another parish, can I just file it where I live?” This is a common concern among heirs that are now faced with filing a Louisiana Succession. Many children move away from their parents and with as busy as life can be, they find it difficult to make time to work […]

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Should I Wait to Receive a Death Certificate Before Consulting with a Succession Attorney?

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We get calls and emails regarding this question fairly regularly, so I figured I would speak about it today. You don’t have to wait for the death certificates to arrive before scheduling a consultation with the Andries Law Firm, LLC, to discuss filing a Louisiana succession (probate). Death certificates take weeks and sometimes months to […]

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Can My Stepchildren Kick Me Out of the Marital Home in Louisiana?

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Question: My husband and I purchased a home together and lived in it for 15 years. He died without a will. I know the home is community property, but his children (my stepchildren) are now saying they own the home and I only have usufruct of his portion. Can you explain this?! Unfortunately, this is […]

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What Happens to My Spouse’s Separate Property if He Died Without a Will in Louisiana?

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Question: My husband passed away and now his adult children are asking about things he owned before we married. He died without a will. Do I get to keep his property, or do his adult children get them? They had their own separate lives, but now are trying to load up his possessions and leave […]

$500 Uncontested Divorce in Louisiana

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For a limited time only: we are offering $500 uncontested divorces in Louisiana. This price doesn’t include filing fees, court fees and is only for uncontested divorces. Property partitions, child custody and other family law matters will have to be contracted with attorney. Why are we offering such low prices on Louisiana divorces? I have […]