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Community Property

A matrimonial regime whereby property acquired or produced through the labor of either spouse is owned in common by the husband and wife.

MOODY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS NOTARY EXAM PREP CLASS PRODUCES RESULTS

B.I. Moody III College of Business law instructor Fred Davis, J.D., swears in Sarah Hebert, an accounting junior from Milton, La., after she passed the Louisiana state notary exam. LAFAYETTE – After completing a notary exam preparation course at the Moody College of Business in the fall of 2016, the students set a record of having 60 percent of the class pass the notary exam. The state average is 21 percent. Fred Davis, J.D., teaches the notary exam preparatory course and commented that while the University’s results generally exceed the state average, these current results are especially high. “The results were high because of the extreme dedication of the students and their diligence to th

A Historical Sketch of the Louisiana State Archives

The Louisiana State Archives, a division of the Louisiana Secretary of State's office, is mandated to identify, to collect, to preserve, to maintain and to make available those records and artifacts that enhance our endeavors to understand the dynamics and nuances of our state's remarkable history. Created by the State Legislature in 1956 as the official repository for the state's historical records, the State Archives has called many places home since its conception. The "first" State Archives was located in Peabody Hall at Louisiana State University, a dilapidated structure slated for demolition by the State Fire Marshal's office. This was home for the state's official records until 1966 w

What is a Will?

A “will” is a written document, signed by the decedent that meets the requirements of Louisiana law that provides what the decedent’s last wishes are regarding the handling of his or her property after death. The decedent can name the beneficiaries whom he or she wants to receive their assets after death. The decedent may also designate a person to handle the succession known as an “executor.” If the decedent did not have a valid will, or if the will fails in some respect, the persons who will receive the decedent’s assets and who will handle the estate will be as provided by Louisiana law.

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