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Malcolm B. Robinson Jr.

Attorney at Law

When you plan for the future of your assets, you’ll want to retain legal counsel. You want to hire an attorney with experience and a solid reputation for their work. Attorney Malcolm B. Robinson, Jr. has become a staple of the legal community in the Orleans Parish, LA area. Malcolm has provided clients with legal insight and advice since 1965. During his career, he’s focused on legal areas like civil law, estate planning, personal injury cases, and corporate law.

His major services include drafting trusts and wills for his clients. These are two ways to organize an estate plan and pass on your wealth to your beneficiaries. Both of these plans offer different ways to pass on someone’s legacy, and they each excel in different scenarios. Malcolm has the background, experience, and friendly demeanor to help his clients choose which plan is the best for their individual situation.

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Malcolm’s legal career began when he enrolled in Loyola University College of Law after graduating from Southeastern Louisiana College with his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1962. The Louisiana State Bar admitted Malcolm to practice law in Louisiana in 1965. He’s also licensed to practice in the Eastern District Court of Louisiana and the Fifth Circuit of the US Appeals court. In 1971, he received his license to practice in the US Supreme Court.

Former clients take special note of Malcolm’s exceptional legal knowledge, analytical capacity, communication, and legal experience. These are all important factors that you’ll need in your estate planning attorney. With Malcolm at your side, you can trust your estate plan to be airtight and withstand the rigors of probate court. If you have any questions, don’t wait. Call Malcolm’s office today for a free phone consultation and see what a seasoned estate lawyer can do for you.

Bar Admissions

  • Louisiana State Bar


  • Loyola University Law School

  • Southeast Louisiana University