The new federal tax law approved last year has presented uncertainty in Louisiana and across the country. This change has even gone so far as to affect divorce planning.
If the time comes to move forward with the divorce process, you'll first want to discuss your feelings with your spouse. This is easier said than done, but it's something you need to do if you're serious about putting your marriage in the past once and for all.
Not every marriage in Louisiana is meant to last. When this happens, a couple may want to divorce. Louisiana has three grounds for divorce. Understanding this process is important because it also involve other issues such as alimony, property division and child support.
Any divorce can involve disputes that can cause the parties a significant deal of stress. An important and oftentimes very disputed part of divorce in Louisiana involves child custody. At times, this can be the issue that is most riddled with emotion.
The first working Monday in January is referred to divorce day by family law attorneys in this country because of the high volume of phone calls of married couples considering divorce after the holidays. Spouses who are currently considering the end of their marriage should prepare before speaking with an attorney or going forward with this process.