Not all divorces need to be complicated and expensive. When Louisiana spouses agree on all issues in their divorce, they might be able to file an uncontested divorce, which is often faster and less expensive than a traditional divorce.
This article explains that basics of annulment in Louisiana (also called a "null marriage"), including when and how a marriage may be nullified and the effects of a null marriage. You should check with the district court of the county where you or your spouse live to see if they have requirements beyond
Who Can File for Divorce in Louisiana? Anyone who has been a resident of Louisiana for at least one year can file for divorce. Residents of Louisiana can file for divorce even if they are living outside the state, as long as they maintained their residency. The “Petition for Divorce” (legal paperwork
Studies have shown that four in 10 female victims of domestic violence live in homes with children under age 12. Domestic violence puts children at physical risk and also causes them psychological harm. For this reason, the state of Louisiana has extensive laws allowing judges to consider domestic violence