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In New Orleans, divorce attorneys often are generally aware of the specific laws which govern how property will be distributed between spouses if they become divorced. While there are many specific exceptions to the general rules, there are some conclusions which we can still draw from a given scenario involving property shared between spouses in a hypothetical divorce. Let’s turn to example to see how some of these rules may work.
Family law in New Orleans is an area which can be both acrimonious and very contentious. In fact, some attorneys may prefer almost any other type of law to practice. One major reason abundantly clear to anyone who has experience in this are: these practitioners have to deal with unhappy clients all the time.
When a marriage comes apart, and the husband and wife no longer can co-exist with one another, an easy and obvious solution is divorce. Because marriage confers many real and significant rights to each spouse, it follows that a divorce needs to address these rights. It is very important to consider that each state in the United States of America has different rules and laws relative to these changes. This article will deal only with laws Louisiana.
In the State of Louisiana we have laws that govern property shared between spouses while they are married to one another. The property rights are generally community property rights. Community property rights confer very real ownerships interests to the spouse just by virtue of the fact that they are married to each other while they acquire this property. Consult with a divorce lawyer, however, as there are numerous ways that such property may not be classified as community and a huge number of exceptions that apply to community property.
This article is not meant to be anything other than information on the law. For legal advice, please speak with attorney William H. Beaumont in New Orleans W. Beaumont.
When many people think of a trial, they imagine a jury. This is probably very natural. In our popular culture, oftentimes trials are overseen by a box of twelve solemn jurors, observing and judging the evidence. While juries are a very real and effective means of adjudicating a trial, they are by no means the only method. Here in southeast Louisiana, New Orleans injury attorneys have another avenue as well: the judge trial.
Welcome back to this “Dos and Don’ts” series, wherein I outline a few basic and general principles in a particular area of law. Todays’ series deals specifically with motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) and what you should do…..or don’t based on the possible perspective of New Orleans injury attorneys.
A personal injury lawyer seek to redress harms which people receive when someone else acts negligent and causes that harm. “Negligence” is a legal term which can mean many different things, and let’s just say for the purposes of this article that negligence is what we can say for a situation when one person does not make a good decision and, as a result of that bad decision, they cause harm to someone else. In personal injury, the person who was negligent may have to pay money to the person who they harmed. A good deal of times the person who was negligent has insurance, and it is actually that insurance company who will have to pay. An injury lawyer is a person who fights to get the injured person what they are entitled to as the result of someone else’s negligence – more information on this is available here.
Sometimes I have clients ask: what’s the first thing that I should do if someone hits me while I’m driving in my car? (Obviously, every accident is different in how a person should respond and the advice below is simply general and nature.)