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ABOUT A. DAVID AYMOND, L.L.C. LAW FIRM

Madisonville, Louisiana (985) 792-5220;  Ponchatoula, Louisiana (985) 845-3414

This Louisiana Living Trusts blog is a service of A. David Aymond, L.L.C., Attorney at Law, LL.M. in Taxation.  Additional blogs on various Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, Asset Protection, Last Wills and Trusts and various related topics will be created and links to those sites will be provided at that time.  The main law firm office is located in Madisonville, La. with a second office location in Ponchatoula, La. and serves the entire Southeast Louisiana area.  A listing of some of the surrounding coverage areas is provided below.  The main firm website is at www.aymondlaw.com and my office number is (985) 792-5220.  Please feel free to give us a call with questions and to set up an appointment to discuss Living Trusts, Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Medicaid Trusts and other business law or tax law issues.

The advantages and disadvantages of Living Trusts in Louisiana will be focused on in this blog.  Your comments are welcomed, but please keep them to the point and courteous.  Living Trusts can be an excellent planning tool when used under the right circumstances for certain clients.  However, each situation must be examined to determine what is best under all facts and circumstances for each particular client. Some Living Trust advantages that are touted by a few Attorneys and certain companies selling Trust documents are illusory.  Living Trusts do have their benefits and are excellent planning tools when properly used.  I will provide some background as to typical situations and the factors to consider, but always consult a licensed Louisiana attorney who can examine your specific situation in making your planning decisions. For a general discussion of trusts and estate planning please see the section of my main site at www.aymondlaw.com/Trusts.html.

David Aymond has practiced law for over twenty years in Louisiana, primarily focusing on Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Law, Tax Law and Asset Protection.  He received an undergraduate in Civil Engineering and his Juris Doctor from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center.  Subsequently he received an LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law.  For a more detailed background on the firm, please see www.aymondlaw.com/About_Us.html.

GEOGRAPHICAL PRACTICE LOCATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS

The geographical practice areas of the firm covers all of southeast Louisiana including, but not limited to New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Mandeville, Covington, Madisonville, Ponchatoula, Hammond, Amite, Baton Rouge and Bogalusa.  However, we do practice statewide and have clients in various parts of the Country.

The statements made herein are general in nature and do not constitute legal advice nor an attorney/client relationship.  They provide a general discussion on the law in this area as it relates to Louisiana Living Trusts and do not constitute legal advice to any specific individual person or entity.  Such a relationship can only be established with this firm once a written Attorney/Client Representation Agreement has been entered into.  All facts and circumstances of each individual situation are necessary to provide sound legal advice.  If you feel you need an attorney you should see a licensed attorney and establish an attorney/client relationship and give your legal representative all facts and circumstances needed to evaluate your situation.  Contact information is provided if you wish to contact me to enter into such a relationship.  A. David Aymond, Attorney at Law, 209 Hwy. 22, Ste. G, Madisonville, La. 70447.  (985)792-5220.

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    • Not that I am aware of, but you can certainly not accept visitors in the hospital You would need to speak to the hospital personnel for this. A living will would not be appropriate for either purpose. A medical power of attorney may help in the event you are not able to express your wishes to hospital personnel. As to who can come to your funeral, make your wishes known to family members, but I am sure you also do not want a scene at your funeral. It is a difficult situation that can’t be solved with a Last Will, but it can certainly express your wishes and that may help.

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