Following the completion of recording documents at the local courthouses, some clients are receiving letters from "Record Transfer Services" stating that they should to pay this company to obtain certified copies of their documents. This is absolutely false. All of my clients are provided with certified copies of their documents and additional copies can be easily obtained either through my office or through the clerk of court's office without using "Record Transfer Services." Read More...
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Louisiana does have a provision for an out of court "small succession" but it has several requirements that do not apply to most estates. There can be no will or only a will which has been probated in another state, the heirs are the children, parents and/or brothers or sisters. Further, the assets owned by the deceased must not exceed $75,000.00. The home also has to have been occupied by the deceased or his or her surviving spouse at the time of death unless they were not residing there due to illness, incapacity, natural disaster or destruction. Read More...
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