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Once granted, divorce is typically hard to undo

Louisiana stands apart from most other states in the nation. Few would likely dispute that assessment. One of the things that…

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Co-mom households have benefits. Are they better?

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates there are nearly 11 million single parents in the United States right now. What the number…

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Conflicting filings raise custody concerns in Rock’s divorce

The legal status of a young girl is in question as a result of divorce proceedings between comedian Chris Rock and…

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Court: Contract binds parents to child support in surrogacy case

The traditional view is that if two adults bring a new baby into the world, they both have a responsibility to…

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Keeping children at the center can make for a happier holiday

Anyone who has had a child grow up and get into a serious relationship with a significant other knows the challenges…

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What are the different kinds of divorce in Louisiana?

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck — it’s a duck. This is…

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Adoption: The next same-sex family law issue before SCOTUS?

The family law landscape has been going through seismic shifts in the past few years as far as same-sex couples are…

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Ways to foster peace where domestic violence is suspected

October was domestic violence awareness month. Those with experience in family law matters in Louisiana surely were aware of that fact.…

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Not every change in circumstance warrants a support modification

There are a lot of things in life that spark arguments over what’s right and what’s fair. Sometimes the two things…

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What consequences could I face for violating child custody?

The bond between parent and child is one that is recognized by society, and thus the courts, as almost sacrosanct. But…

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