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Prenuptial agreements: The practical side of wedding plans

Dresses, flowers and venues, along with other details, often preoccupy Louisiana residents who are planning their weddings. Creating the perfect day to memorialize their decision to wed is exciting, fun and sometimes frustrating. However, a wedding only lasts a day, and many couples are thinking much farther into the future by including prenuptial agreements in their wedding plans.

Do you really need to suffer through a contested divorce?

You and your spouse probably grew tired of arguing and no longer seeing eye-to-eye. You may have fallen out of love and now wish to go your separate ways. The problem is that you and your soon-to-be former spouse are not looking forward to going through a contested divorce. You would rather try to work out your own divorce settlement without having to battle it out in a Louisiana court.

What does Louisiana say about child support?

Most Louisiana parents know that they must support their children financially at least until they reach the age of 18. This child support requirement remains whether the parents are married, divorced or separated. Even if the parents were unmarried, the state expects each parent to provide financially for the children.

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