Each individual has estate planning needs unique to them, those needs are often unmet by “Standardized Wills”. In fact, wills and other legal documents found on the internet are generally not valid in Louisiana. Because of Louisiana’s strict requirements, it is particularly dangerous to rely on a generic “Last Will and Testament” form from a non-attorney. Failure to get the form exactly right will result in an invalid document or, perhaps worse, lead to estate litigation. Although this is true in most states, it is especially important in Louisiana due to Louisiana’s unique civil law system. Most companies that prepare generic will forms are not familiar with these rules. You need a knowledgable attorney. The Law Offices of Zachary Moffett can provide you with an attorney who is well versed in this area of Louisiana Law. Contact us at the Law Offices of Zachary Moffett for a complimentary consultation.