Question

  08/30/13, 1:01 pm
What happens in a marriage when everything that the two have gained since being married is in only one of Thier name and there could be a divorce in Louisiana
Share This:
United States   |   Louisiana  |  Divorce Law
Cost: Free

Answer

Donald Hyatt Says:

Sep 06,2013 10:13 AM

Assuming that the parties do not have a prenuptial agreement instituting a separate property regime, then there is a presumption under Louisiana law that property acquired during the marriage is community property, subject to partition during a divorce proceeding. The name on any title or deed does not determine the community or separate property status of the property at issue. The foregoing is intended as legal information concerning the question asked, but is not intended as legal advice upon which the requesting party may rely in guiding their actions. Rather, the requesting party should consult an attorney for a personal consultation and advice for a full consideration of their situation and rendition of legal advice.

Areas of practice listed are are areas of concentration in my practice. I am not board certified in any of the listed areas, and by listing them and describing my practice I am merely describing my experience and the nature of my practice.


Donald Hyatt
Donald L. Hyatt, II, APLC
633 Village Lane North, Suite 105,Mandeville, Louisiana (LA) 70471
504-813-6727
http://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldhyatt/

Share This: