Louisiana woman’s will is being contested by Southeastern La. University

Posted on September 2nd, 2011 No Comments

The fundraising department of Southeastern Louisiana University has filed a lawsuit against a Louisiana woman’s estate.

Myra Darouse LaRue’s estate was divided among her sister and nieces when she died in October. According to the lawsuit, the SLU Foundation is contesting her will under allegations that the final will is not legal.

It is stated in the lawsuit that LaRue signed a will on March 6, 2009. However, her niece filed a new will after LaRue’s death on October 22nd, which left all of her assets to her sister and nieces. The contested will was said to have been signed by LaRue just 13 days before she died, while she was undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments.

All records pertaining to the lawsuit have been sealed by a state district judge.

If you are facing a contested will lawsuit that is inhibiting you from receiving the inheritance you deserve, contact the Houston contested will lawyers of Garg & Associates, P.C. by calling 281-362-2865 today.

Leave a Reply

firm info  |  practice areas  |  articles  |  faqs  |  blog  |  contact us  |  Site Map  |  resources  |   Find us on Google+   |   Log in

Garg & Associates, PC | 21 Waterway Avenue, Suite 300 | The Woodlands, Texas 77380 Please call 281-362-2865 | Fax: 866-743-4506
Serving The Woodlands, Spring, Houston, Conroe, Kingwood, Tomball, Cypress, Huntsville, Cleveland, Stafford, Montgomery County, Harris County, West Oaks, Memorial, Sugar
Land, River Oaks, Alief, Stafford, Missouri City, and Southwest Houston Texas.