Quick Guide to Wills

As of July 1, 1999, Louisiana law now only recognizes two forms of testaments as valid: Olographic Testaments and Notarial Testaments. However, if a testator wrote a will in accordance with the form requirements for one of the types of testaments which existed prior to the revision, then that testament will still be considered valid

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Quick Guide to Successions

Successions Without Administration: This type of succession is recommended for estates worth more than $75,000 and that are not overly complex. This is the most common type of succession in Louisiana. In this type of succession the executor of the estate is approved as an independent executor and they are free to manage the estate’s

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