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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 that does not mean that those relationships are inviolable. Anyone who has had to deal with child custody issues in Louisiana will appreciate that the rule that guides such matters is the best interests of the child. And sometimes that means that one parent gets preference of custody over another.

How to insure third-party trusts against divorce division

Louisiana is a community property state. What that means is that, generally speaking, property accumulated during a marriage is considered equally owned by both spouses. If a couple divorces, that community property can most likely be expected to be divided by the spouses equally.

'It takes a village' applies for enforcing restraining orders

A common point of view about restraining orders is that they are not worth much. A judge in a court signs a document that orders an abusive partner to stay away. That bears some legal weight. But it is not the same as putting the threatened person into protective custody.

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