Keith R. Reynolds
Attorney at Law
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Although not everyone has significant net worth, everyone can benefit from estate planning. An estate plan can provide peace of mind by:
Keith assists clients in winding up the affairs of their deceased family members and friends. The passing of a family member or friend is a trying time, and Keith strives to make the succession process as easy and straightforward as possible.
Keith can assist you with a testate succession where the deceased left a Last Will and Testament, and with an intestate succession where the deceased had no Last Will and Testament. Keith can handle successions where the need for an administration arises due to the presence of a running business or the need to sell assets to satisfy a debt.
Keith Reynolds can create the right contract for individuals and small businesses for nearly every situation you encounter. Stop relying on handshake agreements or form contracts from the internet – protect yourself with a custom contract that meets your needs.
Keith can assist you with most aspects of the life cycle of your business: establishment, governance, merger, and sale.
OTHER LEGAL SERVICES
Keith can assist selling or buying property when a real estate agent is not needed, transfer property to your trust or LLC, help with neighbor disputes, and help with evictions or eviction defense.
Keith holds a statewide license as a Notary Public. He is available to notarize documents for the general public, and for real estate closings for title companies and banks. While Keith is generally available to notarize documents on short notice, please call first to confirm availability.
Keith Reynolds also provides a variety of additional legal services, such as name changes and expungements. Please inquire for more details.
Tel: (985) 276-9529
Licensed in Louisiana
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You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.