In Louisiana, a valid will is a written document signed by the testator that meets the requirements of state law regarding how his or her estate is to be handled after their death. The drafter of a will may also designate a person to be the executor of his or her estate. The executor is the court approved person to handle the testate succession of the decedent. Having someone execute a last will and testament helps alleviate stress and confusion that is left behind once a loved one passes away. Here at Delphin Law Offices, we are dedicated to not only encouraging individuals to make a will, we offer them affordable legal counsel to make it happen.