A divorce is never an easy process – but with Cranmer Law, LLC, you can find support for the legal aspects of your separation. In Louisiana, there are a host of specific laws when it comes to divorce and separation, child custody and child support.
In Louisiana divorces can be considered fault or no-fault. You can file for divorce without grounds in a no-fault divorce and get a final divorce judgment once you’ve met the state’s separation requirement of living separate and apart for more than 180 days if you have no children or one year if you do have children. Trust our divorce lawyer Brad Cranmer to help navigate your way through divorce court procedures.
In Louisiana, marital property is expected to be split evenly, unless the couple has a valid pre-nuptial or post nuptial agreement in place. Assets owned before the marriage are not always considered community property and do not always have to be split. The court will want to review the agreement to ensure the property is divided fairly.
-Provide objective advice and support during an emotional time
-Guidance with court procedures and paperwork
-Reduce stress and avoid delays in finalizing the divorce
When you need legal guidance for this emotional period of your life, you know who to call. Attorney Cranmer will get to know your goals with your divorce and serve as your voice inside and outside of the courtroom. For compassionate and knowledgeable legal support, call Cranmer Law today to speak with a divorce attorney.
Cranmer Law can assist with uncontested and contested divorces in Baton Rouge, LA and the surrounding area. As much as you’d like for your divorce to be a clean split, there are more than a few things to settle first. Call Cranmer Law today for assistance with: