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About Laura Livaudais Esq.

 
Laura E. Livaudais is an attorney whose practice focuses on the areas of Probate, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Trust and Estate Planning including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Adoption, Probate Litigation, Mediation, Immigration Law and Civil Litigation. During law school, Livaudais worked as a student legal advisor in the Elder Law Clinic of the University of Alabama and earned a position on the Moot Court Board.  Prior to attending UA Law, she owned a business in Downtown Fairhope for twelve years, with branches in Mobile and Daphne.  Previously, she had been employed by the Internal Revenue Service and by Mobile Mental Health Center.  Livaudais enjoys speaking at seminars, meetings, and CLEs on the subjects of probate and estate planning. She serves on the Probate Committee of Baldwin County, the Board of the Alabama Kidney Foundation, Mobile Region, and most recently, Laura has joined the Board of Gulf Coast Senior Services. As a helpful hint to pronounce and remember her last name, “Livaudais” (“live-a-day”), she explains that it sounds just like the first three words of “Live a day at a time.” She enjoys living in Fairhope with her husband and two daughters, one Corgi and one (formerly) stray cat.
Kyla G. Kelim, speaker on nursing home Medicaid, Medicare, Estate Planning and long term care planning
Happy and Healthy Aging
© Copyright Gulf Coast Dementia Services, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.  Website design and hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

About Laura Livaudais Esq.

 
Laura E. Livaudais is an attorney whose practice focuses on the areas of Probate, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Trust and Estate Planning including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Adoption, Probate Litigation, Mediation, Immigration Law and Civil Litigation. During law school, Livaudais worked as a student legal advisor in the Elder Law Clinic of the University of Alabama and earned a position on the Moot Court Board.  Prior to attending UA Law, she owned a business in Downtown Fairhope for twelve years, with branches in Mobile and Daphne.  Previously, she had been employed by the Internal Revenue Service and by Mobile Mental Health Center.  Livaudais enjoys speaking at seminars, meetings, and CLEs on the subjects of probate and estate planning. She serves on the Probate Committee of Baldwin County, the Board of the Alabama Kidney Foundation, Mobile Region, and most recently, Laura has joined the Board of Gulf Coast Senior Services. As a helpful hint to pronounce and remember her last name, “Livaudais” (“live-a-day”), she explains that it sounds just like the first three words of “Live a day at a time.” She enjoys living in Fairhope with her husband and two daughters, one Corgi and one (formerly) stray cat.
Kyla G. Kelim, speaker on nursing home Medicaid, Medicare, Estate Planning and long term care planning

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