By appointment only for powers of attorney, wills, successions & property transfers.
To create your powers of attorney, last will and testament, or to get help with an affidavit of small succession or real estate transfer, schedule a telephone consultation to get the facts, information and expert guidance you need.
Your Notary In The East is Paula Vincent Johnson, an experienced Louisiana civil law notary dedicated to helping individuals, couples, family caregivers and business owners who want to be prepared for emergencies, illness and death.
Powers of attorney allow you to designate someone to manage your personal, financial and medical affairs if you become disabled or mentally incapacitated.
A Provisional Custody by Mandate grants someone else temporary authority to care for your minor children. By law this document cannot be good for any longer than one year.
A notarial will is a formal document, prepared by a legal professional, that states how you want your money and property to be distributed after you die. You get to say who gets what.
The term "small estate" usually refers to the value of the assets a deceased person left behind. There are many documents that can be used to help a surviving spouse and heirs move forward after a person dies. The good news is that we can assist you with them.
This succession process can be used if the deceased person left property in Louisiana valued at $125,000 or less.
This affidavit can be used by the surviving spouse to gain access to money so that bills, medical expenses, funeral costs and other obligations can be quickly paid.
This affidavit can be used by the surviving spouse or an adult child if the deceased person left less than $20,000 in the bank.
This affidavit can be used to allow an employer to release a deceased employee's last wages and other benefits to the surviving spouse or adult child of the deceased employee.
In a cash sale, the seller transfers ownership of property to the buyer for payment of a price, which the seller acknowledges.
In a donation, the donor transfers ownership of property to the donee as a gift. No money is involved in a donation.
A quitclaim deed transfers any interest a person may have in property. There is no guarantee that the person even owns the property.
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In order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the lobby is closed.
Over-the-counter, walk-in service is suspended. However, I am still serving those who want to secure their legacies and protect their families with powers of attorney, wills, small successions, acts of donation and quitclaim deeds.
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While your Notary In The East is an expert in her field, she is not an attorney. The information presented on this website should not be taken as, nor is it intended to be a substitute for, legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should see a competent attorney licensed to practice law in Louisiana.
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