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| Jul 21, 2017 | Divorce |

As previously discussed, Louisiana recognizes two types of marriages-the traditional marriage and the covenant marriage. Regardless of the type of marriage that one is in, when a couple is having marital difficulties they believe cannot be reconciled, they may want to put an end to their marriage. Covenant marriages have certain stipulations that must be met before the couple can get a divorce, but even within a traditional divorce, the couple must have lived apart for at least six months. The exception for this is if one of the spouses has been convicted of a felony.

Given Louisiana’s complicated laws, it is important to be well versed in family law and its procedure. If certain requirements are not met, the divorce might not be granted right away, delaying the process and causing friction between an already acrimonious couple.

It might be beneficial to consult lawyers who have the requisite knowledge and experience to facilitate the divorce, such as those at our law firm. We take the time to understand our client’s goals and individual circumstances, coming up with solutions that are specific to them. We understand no two couples are the same and everyone needs personal attention.

Ending the marriage is just one of the steps-often, alimony, child support and property division are issues that come up during the process. We pride ourselves on providing all these services, so clients don’t have to jump from one place to another. Getting legal help during this emotionally difficult time allows our clients to focus on getting through the divorce while we focus on the legalities.

For more, visit our website. Divorce is not an easy process to initiate; however, it is a process you do not have to do alone. A spouse should be aware of their rights and options, providing them with the best possible route to amicably end his or her marriage.

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