Who Wants to Retire?

People in their twenties don’t plan for retirement because they think they’ll never die. People in their thirties don’t plan because they are too busy building careers and acquiring assets. People don’t plan during their forties because they’re too busy paying off the college tuition of their children. Most don’t start planning until their fifties, sixties, and seventies and sometimes that’s too late. It’s not too late for you. When are you going to plan? Is your plan current? Laws frequently change and plans should be reviewed and updated to reflect these changes.

We offer estate planning services to clients who are considering reviewing, renewing, or initiating their estate plan. We can draft your simple or complex will, a trust, a living will, and various durable power of attorneys. Call us today at 504-368-2700. It would be our privilege to serve you.


About Roy M. Bowes

Roy M. Bowes is a graduate of Holy Cross High School. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of New Orleans and was graduated from Loyola Law School in 1979. He served as a Judicial Clerk for 1 1/2 years. He has had a private civil practice, with concentration in the area of family law for over 31 years. He owns and operates the law firm of Roy M. Bowes & Associates which involves Mr. Bowes and 2 associate attorneys with a support staff of 2 legal assistants and an office manager. Mr. Bowes is trained in the collaborative divorce model, is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and he is a charter member of the Collaborative Professionals Group of Southeast Louisiana. He is a qualified divorce/custody/child support mediator. He has also served as the President of the New Orleans Chapter of the Christian Legal Society.
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