It is no secret that life can be challenging at times. Certain family dynamics or situations can make it more so. Most Louisiana married couples, especially those who are also parents, can attest to encountering obstacles in their marital relationships, which can lead to family law problems. In fact, many spouses decide to file for divorce rather than stay in unhappy marriages.
If Louisiana parents divorce over summer, their children might encounter numerous challenges when they return to school. To avoid family law trouble, it is critical that parents be willing to work together for their children's sake. Child custody, visitation and child support issues will have hopefully been worked out long before the first day of school. It's wise to inform teachers of necessary details, such as who will pick up kids or which is the custodial versus non-custodial parent.
There are many spouses in Louisiana who, for various reasons, will file for divorce before this year ends. In some of these family law situations, spouses may inform the court that they signed prenuptial agreements before marriage that entitle them to receive spousal support if they sever their marital ties. Sarah Mutch, a former Guess model, says she signed such an agreement before she married celebrity realtor, Kurt Rappapport.
There is no telling how many Louisiana marriages will end in divorce this year. Those who are parents may encounter family law issues that challenge their ability to leave the past behind and move on in life, especially if there is contention between co-parents. Understanding the different types of child custody ahead of time can help avoid legal complications regarding such matters.
Fans of Johnny Depp in Louisiana and throughout the country followed his divorce case in 2017. He and former wife, Amber Heard, are said to have a mutual disdain for one another. While they resolved their initial family law problems when their divorce was finalized, new issues have surfaced in conjunction with their agreement that have prompted Depp to file a lawsuit against his ex.
Louisiana readers who enjoy reality TV shows and also happen to follow celebrity news may have heard by now that Shannon Beador and her ex husband, David, have finalized their divorce. The former couple's co-parenting plan covers several important family law topics, including child support. As a co-parenting team, however, the Beadors have always incorporated some other interesting terms into their agreement.