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Louisiana Divorce Adultery

Louisiana recognizes no-fault divorce, but one may obtain a fault-based divorce if the other spouse committed adultery. What does that mean? And should you file a divorce based on adultery if you caught your spouse cheating?If a spouse is found to be "at fault" for...

Divorce and Stress

Divorce can be stressful. But it doesn't have to be. I know, I know... your ex is a jerk... I get it. But you have the power to turn it off. You do! Wouldn't that be awesome? To turn a valve on all the stress. To not care. To be bothered less?Easier said than done.But...

Divorcing an Absentee Spouse

Can I get divorced if I do not know where my spouse is?It happens. Married people separate and sometimes lose touch. There are little to no common friends or family. No children or property forcing communication. People move and move on.But then what?You are not...

Grounds for Divorce in Louisiana

Louisiana does not require fault to obtain a divorce. This means that either spouse can petition the court for a divorce and the divorce shall be granted upon proof that the requisite periods of time have elapsed. Refer to the Divorce Process for a more detailed...

The Divorce Process

There are two types of divorces in Louisiana: (1) Divorce purusant to La. Civil Code article 103 (a 103 Divorce) wherein you separate from your spouse for the requisite period of time and then file; or, (2) Divorce pursuant to La. Civil Code article 102 (a 102...

How to Prepare for a Divorce

1. Consult with an Attorney. The old adage Knowledge is Power is especially true in divorce. Understanding your rights, risks, and best course of action will help reduce your stress and ensure that you do not make costly mistakes. 2. Be Knowledgeable.  Gather...

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