When You're Ready To Move On
Whether you are dealing with a contested divorce or uncontested divorce, the dissolution of marriage presents a very stressful and difficult time.
At the Rowe Law Firm, our Baton Rouge family lawyers will assess all aspects of your case and work with you to determine the best course of action. We can use family mediation to resolve your case if both parties agree to that method. Our firm is not afraid, however, to go to court to ensure that your rights are protected and your voice is heard throughout the divorce process. Contact a Louisiana divorce attorney today.
What About The Children?
If there are children involved in the divorce, there are critical issues of child support and child custody and visitation to resolve. If children are not involved, property settlement and spousal support are still at issue.
How Long Do We Have To Be Separated?
In Louisiana, divorcing spouses must be living separate and apart for six months to get a divorce. Divorce is available for other causes, however, on shorter term. For instance, if your spouse is convicted of a felony, you can divorce on those grounds as well.
What Does Divorce Cost?
We will be glad to discuss our fees and services during the initial consultation. Fees vary by complexity of the case.
Whether you want to start divorce proceedings or have been served with divorce papers and have to act, the Rowe Law Firm can help. Contact us today.