By working collaboratively with estate planning attorneys, we can help you craft a strategy that helps to minimize estate taxes and leave a thoughtful legacy for your loved ones.
Jamie Elizabeth Fontenot
Attorney at Law
In 1995, Jamie ranked No. 1 in her class of 107 graduating students at Southern University Law Center, where she was a Law Review candidate, member of the Moot Court Board and Vice Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. She was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar Association in 1995.
A native of Mamou, Louisiana, Jamie graduated with a B.A. in psychology from Northwestern State University. In 2001, she established her current law practice in West Baton Rouge Parish. Jamie also has served as a juvenile public defender, district court public defender and town attorney for Brusly, Louisiana. She became a Qualified Mediator for Child Custody and Visitation, Civil Litigation and Juvenile Law in 2013.
In addition, Jamie has been secretary for the Louisiana State Bar Association and a member of the Louisiana Law Institute – Family Law Section, Family Law Advisory Commission, and Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board Hearing Committee. The Louisiana Supreme Court appointed her to serve on the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board from 2011 until 2016.
Would you like to avoid surprises at tax time?
Tax laws change every year — and this year is no different! This downloadable guide will walk you through the latest tax law changes to help you avoid any surprises. In this 12-page guide, you will find out:
- What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could mean for you
- How inflation could affect your tax bill
- Why proactive planning can help give you financial confidence
- How your financial professional can coordinate with a tax professional to help you create a tax-efficient strategy