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Is your spouse behind on spousal support payments?

If your ex fails to pay spousal support, you may be at a loss about what to do. This is a normal reaction to a frustrating situation, but you may have more options than you realize. In these circumstances, it is usually wise to consult with an experienced attorney to identify strategies you can use to approach this issue effectively.

Study finds Louisiana's divorce rate is among the highest

There are many factors that drive couples to divorce. Unfortunately, many of them hang heavy in the air in Louisiana, where a new study found that we bear one of the highest divorce rates of any state in the country. According to a report recently released by 24/7 Wall Street, the divorce rate in Louisiana is actually the 4th highest of all the states.

What if my child's other parent abducts him or her?

As a parent, there are few things more infuriating or frightening than the possibility of your child's other parent abducting him or her and exiting your life without your permission. If a parent suspects that his or her child's other parent may abduct him or her soon, or if he or she discovers an abduction is in progress, responding quickly and decisively is key.

Special considerations for child custody agreements in Louisiana

There are many things that you need to think about if the relationship between you and your child's other parent ends. Whether you are going through a divorce or simply split up, you will have to determine what is going to happen with child custody. We are here to help you determine how to address the child custody considerations that are present in your case.

Was alimony awarded in your divorce? Then keep track of it

When it comes to divorce, there are a lot of contentious issues that can cause former spouses to argue and debate. One such issue is spousal support, which is also often called alimony. Spousal support is awarded in some, but not all, divorce cases. It sees one of the spouses pay the other spouse on either a temporary or indefinite basis so that the post-divorce life of the spouses are roughly fair in the eyes of a judge. Remember, though, "fair" in this context doesn't mean "equal."

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