Louisiana's living will law was passed by the Legislature in 1984. It provides that an adult person may make a written declaration regarding the withholding or withdrawal of life support in the event of a terminal and irreversible condition. Read More...
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Not a day goes by without someone calling me for a "price" on a Living Trust. Often the caller has already decided that he needs a Living Trust and will not even consider discussing his reasons for wanting to set up a Living Trust, or the possible adverse consequences of such a document. If the only reason for setting up a Living Trust is to "avoid probate" you probably don't need one. Read More...
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