Aug 29, 2011 9:49 AM by Lauren Wilson & AP
GREENSBURG, La. (AP) - A state district judge has sealed all records pertaining to a lawsuit the fundraising arm of Southeastern Louisiana University filed against the estate of a Greensburg woman.
The Advocate reports the SLU Foundation is contesting the will of Myra Darouse LaRue, who died in October, dividing her estate among her sister and nieces.
The foundation alleges LaRue's final will is not legal.
The lawsuit says LaRue died leaving behind no children and no husband. The suit alleges that LaRue signed a will on March 6, 2009.
But after Myra LaRue's death, her niece filed a new will with the court.
Dennis James, president of the SLU Foundation, refused comment, saying only that the matter was currently under litigation.