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To enter into a covenant marriage, spouses must sign a declaration of intent to seek marital counseling before pursuing a divorce.
Additionally, the grounds for divorce in covenant marriage are limited to the following: Under Louisiana law, there are two types of divorce available.
Modifications to an award of alimony can be made if either spouse's circumstances have substantially changed; this provision does not include the paying spouse's remarriage.
When children factor into a divorce, the court must make important decisions regarding where they will live, and how the parents will take care of their financial and emotional needs. Louisiana courts consider the following factors when determining how custody should be awarded: Louisiana child support guidelines dictate that both parents are responsible for contributing the child's material well-being.
A 102 divorce is available to parties who have yet to live separate and apart for the required amount of time.
To begin a 102 divorce, the filing spouse must submit a Petition.
When determining the amount of alimony, the court considers the following factors: In an award for temporary alimony the court can also consider the standard of living during the marriage.
The court cannot award alimony that constitutes more than one-third of the paying spouse's income.
Next, he or she must either serve it on the party or obtain a waiver of service.
The parties must then wait until the required length of time has passed to move forward with their case.
Once the petition is served on the other spouse, he or she has 15 days to respond.