Louisiana Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Louisiana will forms are documents that are created to assist a Testator in designing a will document that will outline how they would like to have their estate divided among their selected beneficiaries after their death. As well another document is created so that an individual (Principal) may express, in writing, their choices for medical care when/if they reach an end of life scenario. The documents must be witnessed and must be completed while the Testator or Principal is of sound mind and may also be revoked at their discretion.

Louisiana Last Will and Testament Form

Louisiana Last Will and Testament Form

The Louisiana last will and testament is a legal document that is used by an individual that would like to set fourth specific instructions pertaining to the division of their estate (all of their possessions), after their death. The document will allow the Testator to  delegate someone they trust, to divide the estate as written in the […]

Louisiana Living Will Form

Louisiana Living Will Form

The Louisiana living will is a legal document that once completed by the Principal, is a document that will protect the wishes of the Principal with regard to their choices if/when they are facing death, and their desire to pass away naturally. This document must be complete only by the Principal while they are of sound mind. […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – This form is a standard will. The Testator may use this document to record their specific instructions with regard to how they would prefer to distribute their personal property, financial accounts and real property, to their beneficiaries at the Testaror’s time of death. If the Testator intends to delegate powers to a trusted someone to divide their estate, this information may be included in this document.

Living Will – This document is often referred to as an “Advance Directive.” This is a document that is provided to an individual (Principal) so that they may record their own medical treatment plan or at least their options, that would be implemented when the Principal is no longer able to make their own decisions or in an end of life situation. This form will also allow the Principal to select a health care advocate to ensure that all advance instructions are honored.