Adam S. Lambert
Attorney at Law

www.Lambert-Law.com

Tel. (504) 433-0289

Email: LSULawyer@aol.com



SUCCESSIONS, WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING
 

      From the most modest successions to multi-million dollar estates, Adam Lambert has helped countless people to handle their loved ones' successions for over 15 years. Most successions are handled on a flat fee basis and all successions are handled by Adam Lambert personally.


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Read the story from ABC26 News, who interviewed Mr. Lambert about the need of everyone to have a Last Will and Testament, a Living Will, and a Mandate / Durable Power of Attorney.

 
WILLS, LIVING WILLS & POWERS OF ATTORNEY


Adam Lambert can also help you to write your Last Will & Testament, as  well as a Living Will and a Power of Attorney to assist your loved ones in their times of need.

· A Last Will and Testament is something that everyone should have. It tells your heirs and loved ones (as well as the Courts) what you believe will be a proper distribution of your assets upon your death. Having handled many successions where a will was left and many where no will was left, Mr. Lambert will attest that it is always easier on your loved ones when you have a will. Call Adam Lambert today and get your will drafted. In most cases, Mr. Lambert will even come to you, if you are unable to make it to his office.

· A Power of Attorney, properly called a Mandate in Louisiana, is a document that allows one person to handle the affairs of another during that person's absence, or in case of incapacitation. Powers of Attorney are only valid so long as the person granting the Power of Attorney is alive, so they are no substitute for a Last Will & Testament.  They are handy instruments for many people who for some reason or another need a trusted family member or friend to handle their affairs for them, either temporarily or indefinitely.

· The following persons should consider getting a Mandate / Durable Power of Attorney  immediately: Anyone who is…

· In college in another town or state
· In the military or living abroad
· Facing a major surgery or illness
· Travelling abroad for an extended vacation

· A Living Will, sometimes also called a “Will to Live”, is a type of advance health care directive whereby any adult person may make a written declaration directing the withholding or withdrawal of life sustaining procedures in the event such person should have a terminal and irreversible condition. It tells doctors, hospitals, family, and friends your wishes with regard to treatment to be given to you in certain cases of incapacitating accident or illness, such as coma.

· Everyone should have a Living Will. While those who are elderly or facing known serious or terminal illness are clearly in immediate need, the Terry Schiavo case showed us that even young people can face terminal illness or have an accident. For example, Schiavo suffered her brain injury when she was only in her mid-20s.

· The following persons are at particular risk and should draft a Living Will immediately: Anyone who is…

· Over the age of 65
· Facing a major surgery or illness
· Diabetic or has a condition which could render them in a debilitated state without warning.


      

CALL ADAM LAMBERT FOR ALL OF YOUR SUCCESSION AND ESTATE PLANNING NEEDS.  AGAIN, IF YOU CANNOT MAKE IT TO MR. LAMBERT'S OFFICE, HE WILL COME TO YOU IN MOST CASES