Category: Estate Planning
Let’s face it. Estate planning can be a daunting task no matter how savvy you are. At GeauxPlans, our goal is to give you the essential information and tools you need to create your own Will, Trust, Power of Attorney, or Nomination of Guardian (Tutor). Peruse our Learning Center for valuable tools and resources. It’s fast and easy! Our world-class Support Center stands ready to assist you every step of the way. Ready? Let’s Geaux!
An online Will is a legal document that outlines a person’s final wishes regarding the distribution of their assets and the care of any dependents. Get started today with GeauxPlans!
A Limited Power of Attorney (“POA”) is a legal document that appoints an agent to perform certain narrowly defined tasks. Read on to learn more.
There are many types of Powers of Attorney, each with its own specific purpose and level of authority. This article explains the difference between General, Limited, Durable, and Springing Powers of Attorney.
A Louisiana Power of Attorney is a legal agreement between you (principal) and another person (agent) for the transfer of authority to make financial and medical decisions in the event of your incapacity.
Estate Planning is simply making decisions now – while you can – before you can’t about who controls and benefits from your assets, both during life and after we pass on. Estate Planning isn’t just about what happens when we die. It’s very much about the here and now to make sure we stay in control, don’t outlive our money, or become a burden on anyone.
It is our hope that by being aware of these avoidable estate planning mistakes, you can avoid significant inconvenience, stress, expense, and disappointment.