During a divorce, one of the major property division issues is resolving what to do with the couple's home. Couples can usually sell their home and divide the proceeds, allow one spouse to keep the home or both agree that both spouses keep the house.
Having a physician as a spouse may have been considered the "marriage jackpot" at one point in time. However, marriages in which one of the spouses is a doctor may pose special divorce legal issues in Louisiana. These often involve situations in which the non-doctor spouse is seeking compensation for the sacrifices they made for their partner's medical education, career and income inequality.
We've all heard of prenuptial agreements. As controversial as they are, many spouses swear by them due to the way they provide peace of mind. Some couples even say that their prenuptial agreement has helped their marriage be longer lasting and more stable.
Couples in Louisiana face many differing perspectives on whether they should end their marriage. There are reasonable arguments on both sides on whether spouses should be one of the couples who divorce, which reportedly occurs every 13 seconds in this country.
Couples sometimes like to step away from divorce proceedings and revaluate whether they should end their marriage. However, Texas law does not make this does break easy for couples to reassess their situation.
A couple ending their marriage in Louisiana may have to face disputes over property division, especially in a high-asset divorce. Entering a prenuptial agreement allows couples to decide how their property will be divided, along with other issues, instead of leaving life-altering decisions to a family court judge during divorce proceedings.