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Wills & Estates

Wills and Estates Lawyers in New Orleans

Tailored wills and estate planning to secure your legacy and care for your loved ones.

Key Services Include:

  • Estate Planning: Our attorneys are proficient in drafting wills, setting up trusts, and establishing powers of attorney and healthcare directives to manage your assets effectively and ensure your wishes are honored.
  • Probate and Estate Administration: We simplify the probate process, assisting executors and beneficiaries in managing and settling estates efficiently, while protecting their interests.
  • Trust Administration and Dispute Resolution: We provide comprehensive support for trust administration, including asset distribution and fiduciary duties, and offer expert legal representation in trust disputes.

Why Choose DSW Law Firm?

At DSW Law Firm, we emphasize personalized attention to detail in handling wills and estates matters. We work closely with our clients to tailor our services to their specific needs, aiming to make estate planning as straightforward and stress-free as possible.

We Are On Your Side

For expert assistance with estate planning, probate, or any related legal matters, contact the experienced attorneys at DSW Law Firm. Call our New Orleans office at 504-586-1600 for a free consultation, or email us the details of your situation. Let us help you secure your legacy and protect your loved ones.


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