Join Jonathan Reynolds of Louisiana Appleseed Public Interest Law Center in person or on Zoom to learn about heirs' property issues and the legal and Library resources that can help.
Have you inherited property? Do you plan to leave your home to your family?
Learn about inherited property in this presentation by Louisiana Appleseed, a nonprofit organization dedicated to statewide policy, advocacy, and education. Louisiana Appleseed is focused on social justice, including issues related to title clearance, free legal help, and estate planning. Discover the ins and outs of heirs’ property and how to safeguard your heirs courtesy of attorney Jonathan Reynolds.
Jonathan Reynolds is a staff attorney for Louisiana Appleseed focusing on Heirs' Property. He earned a Bachelor of the Arts Degree from the University of New Orleans and a law degree from Loyola College of Law, New Orleans. Mr. Reynolds began his law career as a title examiner and abstractor for right-of-way and oil & gas projects. Prior to his legal career, while displaced from New Orleans due to Hurricane Katrina, Mr. Reynolds was a research assistant at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Mr. Reynolds is a native of New Orleans and long time member of the Bunny Friend Neighborhood Association.
This is a hybrid event with both virtual and in-person access. Attend in person at Norman Mayer Library, or click the "Register" button to sign up for the Zoom meeting.
AGE GROUP: | Adults |
EVENT TYPE: | Personal Finance | Legal | History/Preservation | Genealogy | Adult Literacy |
TAGS: | Equity, Diversity, Inclusion | City Archives & Special Collections | Adult: Digital Literacy | Adult |
|Mon, Jun 05||10:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Tue, Jun 06||10:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Wed, Jun 07||10:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Thu, Jun 08||10:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Fri, Jun 09||10:00AM to 5:00PM|
|Sat, Jun 10||10:00AM to 5:00PM|
|Sun, Jun 11||Closed|
Norman Mayer Library is named for New Orleans businessman and one of the original Tulane College of Commerce and Business guarantors, Norman Mayer. After his passing, his wife donated money to the New Orleans Public Library to have the Library opened. Doors opened in 1949, and the Library has been serving the Gentilly area since.