Letter of Last Instruction

While not an official legal document of your estate plan, the Letter of Last Instruction may prove to be the most important document to your executor. This document will serve as your succession representative’s (executor’s) road map to all assets and debts you leave behind as well as all your final affairs that require attention.

Settling the estate of a deceased loved one can be a stressful undertaking. My goal in providing this document is to help my clients help their loved ones in their time of sorrow.

If youíre concerned about leaving your affairs unorganized, forcing your grieving loved ones to sift through mountains of paperwork to settle your affairs, then itís time for you to fill out our letter of last instruction.

Contact the Law Firm of Ryan S. McBride today at 504-256-1705 or via the online contact form for a free consultation.