Who will get your home, your family heirlooms and your other assets after you pass away? What if you are disabled and can't make medical decisions or communicate your health care wishes? Will your money and property go to your spouse or your children? What if you are remarried with children from a prior relationship?
I am attorney Gregory S. Johnson. For over 16 years I have been serving the people of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I will answer these questions for you and help you use a few simple estate planning documents to make sure your wishes are met.
I take my role as lawyer and counselor seriously. When drafting your estate plan, I have one goal: to help you achieve your long-term goals.
People often have estate plans drafted then forget about them. While it's great you took the initiative and had an estate plan created, it won't do you any good - and could actually work against you - if you don't keep it up to date.
Common life events that require an update to your estate plan include:
If you've experienced any of the above life events, your estate plan may be out of date. I will review your current estate planning documents, identify areas that need updates, and then work with you to make sure your estate plan reflects your life and your long-term goals.