Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer 9 years ago you had a felony conviction. In one more year you are, under state law, allowed to own a firearm. Under federal law, you are not. Which means you can get a state, but not federal, hunting license and are still subject to arrest for a federal offense.
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer It depends on whether the decedent had a will and/or whether the contents were the separate or community property of the deceased. If community, the naked ownership of the contents would be the childrens' but the spouse would have the use of it. If separate, full ownership would belong to the children.
Christie Tournet's answer Under La law, a Testator can execute a Will leaving his/her estate to whomever/whatever it pleases - for example, a neighbor, friend, or charity. The only exception: you cannot completely disinherit a forced heir. The court will still uphold the Will and Testator's intentions, but if a forced heir exists, a "forced portion" will go to that heir. And, a forced heir is a child under the age of 24, or a child that has a disability that prevents him/her from taking care of his/her person or...
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