Did you know that, under certain circumstances, the state has the right to revoke your rights as a parent? If you feel that you are doing everything that you possibly can, it seems pretty wrong. What grounds does Louisiana use when determining if your parental rights should qualify for termination?
Adopting a child is a noble action. There are plenty of children who are in state systems who need a loving family. Adoption may be their only option in many cases. However, if the child is Native American, there will be special considerations and obligations for the adopting family. Families considering such an adoption must be aware of the law governing it.
If you are over the age of 50 and getting a divorce, your case is considered a gray divorce. You may not have the typical concerns that a younger couple would, such as child custody issues. However, you are more likely to face challenges with finances, health issues and adult children.
If you are in an abusive relationship, you are certainly not alone. Every day, many Louisiana families deal with the complexities and dangers of domestic violence. Your situation may be further complicated if you and your spouse have children together. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect your children from exposure to violent situations.
In a Louisiana divorce, you want to be sure to know all the assets and income you and your spouse have. This is the only way to ensure they are properly divided during the proceedings. While a judge can compel your spouse to disclose all information to you and at Gregory S Johnson Attorney at Law we can help you discover assets, it really falls to you to be vigilant and watch for signs your spouse may be hiding things from you and trying to keep assets from being revealed.