Estate and Special Needs Planning Attorney in New Orleans
Your estate plan is much more than just a will. A will is important because it designates what will happen with your assets when you die, but your estate plan also can include documents to manage and protect those assets while you are still alive. In some cases, trusts can guide the use of your assets after you are gone.
While there are many practical considerations that go into writing an estate plan, it is also an opportunity to record your thoughts and values to share with future generations. With thoughtful planning, putting together your will and related documents can help you define how you would like to leave your own legacy.
As the parent of a special needs child, I am intimately aware of the many challenges faced by families planning for the future of their exceptional child. My goal as an attorney is to help families form practical, thoughtful, and personalized estate plans to meet their long-term needs and provide peace of mind.
The Law Office of Molly Wright Sullivan practices Estate and Special Needs Planning in New Orleans, Louisiana, and serves clients throughout the state, particularly in Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parish, St. Tammany Parish, and St. Bernard Parish. We are happy to meet with clients at their home or office if travel to downtown New Orleans is inconvenient.