Generally disposable property is property not needed to meet expenses, etc. Without reviewing the Will it is impossible to tell in what context disposable property is used.
It is recommended that you consult with a local attorney for assistance.
Thank you for your question. Yes the "disposable" portion would include a house.
Under Louisiana law, your estate is divided into two (2) portions, the "forced portion" and the "disposable portion." The forced portion is the part that any forced heirs of the estate must receive according to law. What is left is the disposable portion. If there are no forced heirs, then the entire estate is considered "disposable" property.
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