Wills

If a resident of Louisiana passes away without a legal will, that resident’s community property is divided in half, with 50 % going to the spouse and 50 % to be divided among the children, with all subject to the spouse having the right to use the property until remarriage. This is called intestate succession, and it is Louisiana law.

A legal will takes precedence over intestate succession. During a consultation with Doug White you will learn what you need to know about wills in the state of Louisiana, as well as other factors dealing with estate planning, many of which you may have not known to consider.

Doug will speak to you in great detail to explain your rights and gather all required information to allow him to properly draft an execute a will.