Download this Louisiana Last Will and Testament Form in order to make a testament as to your instructions for distributing your real and personal property covered by the probate court upon your death. In addition, you may choose a personal representative, or executor, usually a trusted frined, or relative and sometimes a professional fiduciary to be in chage of making sure your will is properly probated with the court.
Under Louisiana law, “Testate succession results from the will of the deceased, contained in a testament executed in a form prescribed by law. This kind of succession is covered under the Title: Of donations inter vivos and mortis causa.” LSA-C.C. Art. 874