Welcome to LouisianaLawyer.com. It is your source for information about various aspects of Louisiana law. Here we will provide to you commonsense explanations in layman’s terms. Hopefully, the information provided here will give you a better understanding of the ins and outs of the different legal aspects of Louisiana law that this site covers.
Check out the Louisiana Child Support Calculator in the Family Law Section. It provides an estimate of the amount of child support that may be due based upon gross income of the spouses. Click on the link in the heading to go there.
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With the passage of a new law on the use of electronic devices in school zones, motorists will no longer be able to use their cell phone in school zones. The legislature was clearly prompted by the in… Read More »
Most complaints of contractor fraud arise after the homeowner has paid for in advance or when a substantial down payment had been made to a contractor for work to be performed. thereafter the contrac… Read More »
Louisiana has now adopted personal online account privacy rights which prohibit employers and educational institutions from requesting or requiring certain individuals to disclose information that all… Read More »
Domestic Abuse and Divorce in Louisiana are now greatly intertwined with the addition of new grounds for divorce and spousal support. There will be a new ground for immediate divorce in Louisiana wit… Read More »
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The state of Louisiana has established child support guidelines setting forth the amount of child support a parent will have to pay. The premise of the guidelines is that child support is a continuous obligation of both parents, that children are ent… Read More »
One of the effects of a judgment of divorce is very obvious - the marriage terminates. There are additional effects.. Specifically the community property regime terminates. the community property regime begins when the parties are married and dete… Read More »
A parent cannot deny visitation to the other parent because of the refusal to pay child support. Likewise, a parent cannot refuse to pay child support because the other parent will not permit visitation. There are very few exceptions to these rules. … Read More »