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Elder law questions do not have to halt Louisiana estate planning

Estate planning can be an intimidating process. Many Louisiana residents may easily become overwhelmed by the idea of dealing with assets, beneficiaries, long-term care plans and the other numerous life considerations that can go into elder law planning. However, parties do have options for seeking assistance and feeling less apprehensive about the prospect of creating a plan.

Commonly, individuals have trouble even knowing where to begin when they need to create an estate plan. Though they may feel as if they lack the proper knowledge on they process, they might not even know what questions to ask in order to gain the information they need. A good starting point for many people is addressing assets. Asking what property needs the most protection and what options are available for protecting them may help parties get a better idea of what tools could prove most useful to them.

Another important aspect of estate planning involves taxes. Tax law surrounding estates can easily become complicated, and certain planning actions could potentially result in an estate facing tax implications. Preparing for these implications could help avoid leaving surviving family with unexpected financial issues.

When individuals go into a situation feeling as if they do not have all the information, they can understandably have a tendency to want to avoid the issue. However, by facing any uncertainty when it comes to estate planning, parties may have the ability to create useful and meaningful plans for their lives and the lives of their surviving family. Knowledgeable Louisiana elder law attorneys could help interested residents find the answers they are looking for.

Source:, "The 5 questions you need to ask an estate planning attorney", June 22, 2017

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