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Uncontested Divorce
How much does a divorce cost in Louisiana?
If your Google search has brought you to this page you are probably getting ready to file for divorce or are considering your options. I’ve written a number of legal articles to help explain some of the nuances of filing for divorce in Louisiana and I hope this one will explain the numerous fees you...
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how to do an uncontested divorce in Louisiana
You may be wondering how to get a divorce without going to court. Many of our clients want to avoid court and handle their uncontested divorce between the parties without standing before a judge and airing out their personal business in front of a group of strangers.  Going to court to get a divorce can...
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Lawyers that do document review
Do you need an attorney to review legal documents that you prepared? We offer document review services to help clients that either prepared their own legal documents or have been sent legal documents to review from another party. It’s always a good idea to have an attorney review your paperwork to guarantee accuracy and that...
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Who gets to be domiciliary parent in Louisiana?
This is a question you’re probably asking yourself right now if you’re going through a divorce with young children in Louisiana. Louisiana provides joint custody of children between the mother and father in most custody situations. Joint custody is presumed by the courts to be in the best interest of the children and is awarded...
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where do I file a Louisiana divorce?
This is a question that understandably comes up a lot with Louisiana divorces. With an ever changing job market, many people scatter when they separate and move to different parishes or even out of the state. You may be asking yourself, “In what parish do I file my divorce?” Louisiana law can be confusing, but...
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how much does an uncontested divorce cost in Louisiana?
Contested Divorce vs Uncontested Divorce in Louisiana A contested divorce in Louisiana refers to a divorce where there are lingering issues that the couple is not able to agree on for whatever reason. This includes matters such as: child custody, spousal support, community property partition and other ancillary matters. A contested divorce usually requires the parties to present their...
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