Many of our clients come to us knowing nothing about the succession process in Louisiana, and that is perfectly fine—we are happy to guide them through it. For clients who want to learn more about the process and what their role will be, we offer these helpful articles with in-depth information on a variety of probate, succession, litigation, and estate planning topics.
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Succession Is a Necessary Step to Clear Titles and Assets for Inheritance Purposes Before heirs can receive property and other assets left to them in a Louisiana testament, they will have to wait for the completion of the succession process.
Opening a Succession to Settle an Estate in Louisiana Before any property can be distributed after the death of a family member in Louisiana, the estate must go through succession. Learn about the process here.
Estate Administrators Have Important Responsibilities in Louisiana If you have been appointed—or want to be appointed—an estate administrator or executor in Louisiana, you should understand what the job requires.
Before Property Can Be Inherited in Louisiana, Heirs Will Need a Judgment of Possession Every estate in Louisiana requires a judgment of possession before any property can be transferred to heirs. Find out how a succession attorney can help.