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Physical versus legal child custody

If you’re one of many Louisiana parents headed for divorce, it is critical to understand state laws regarding such matters. The…

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Can courtroom attire affect a child custody case?

You had hoped that you and your spouse would be able to finalize your divorce in a swift and amicable fashion.…

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What does Louisiana law say about dogs in a divorce?

When you’ve decided to part ways with your spouse, the next step is to file a petition in court and negotiate…

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What if your ex claims you owe child support?

When parents file for a divorce in Louisiana, they must resolve all issues that are relevant to their children. Such issues…

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4 child custody exchange tips to avoid trouble

If you’re one of many Louisiana parents who are currently navigating a divorce, your top priority is no doubt to ensure…

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Busting myths regarding dads and child custody

In the 1980s and 90s, a common theme was prominent in TV sitcoms and mainstream media in general. This theme centrally…

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Shared holidays need not be a child custody rule

As a Louisiana parent who has filed for a divorce, it is understandable that you want to keep the peace with…

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Is bird nesting a legal child custody option?

Most Louisiana family court judges agree that children whose parents share custody following a divorce are often better able to cope…

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5 legitimate reasons to modify a child custody order

When a set of Louisiana parents files for divorce, they must resolve numerous issues regarding the care and well-being of their…

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What are reasons to seek sole child custody?

When you file for divorce in a Louisiana court, you, your spouse and your children must prepare to adapt to a…

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