What is the Difference Between a 102 and a 103 Divorce in Louisiana?

Pursuing a divorce action in Louisiana generally begins with determining whether to invoke Louisiana Civil Code 102 or 103. Although both divorce basis shares specific requirements, they greatly vary in detailed proof, conditions, and procedures. Thus, it is vital to understand what each divorce type entails, the similarities, and their differences to better determine which of the two applies in your situation.

All You Need to Know About Emergency Custody Orders

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An Ex Parte Custody Order is an action filed with the Court by a parent without informing the other parent. These types of orders are called “ex parte” and are only temporary and will expire at the formal hearing when both parents have the chance to present evidence to the Court.

Child Support Modification in Louisiana

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There are certain situations or circumstances when a custodial parent, the parent having custody of the child, may petition the Court to modify the child support order.