Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Louisiana

Act of donation of immovable property

My husband died without a will and i was wondering if an 'act of immovable property' is the best way to have my kids give me their portion of my home? And can this be done at a notary or an attorney's office?

Asked on 9/17/07, 10:57 am

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James Maguire James G. Maguire, Attorney At Law
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Re: Act of donation of immovable property

Probably the simplest way to handle this would be to open your husband's succession and have the kids renounce their interest in the home in your favor. You would then become the sole owner of the house.

This would have to be done through an attorney.

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9/17/07, 12:36 pm

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