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4 ways to move through a Louisiana divorce

Once a Louisiana couple has decided to end their marriage, the next step to consider is which approach to take to reach that goal. There are a number of different ways to process a divorce, each with a unique set of pros and cons. The following information is provided in the hopes of helping Louisiana spouses choose a path that meets their unique set of needs.

Tips on divorce from a narcissistic or psychopathic spouse

Many Louisiana spouses feel that their partner is mentally unstable, or perhaps suffering from a personality disorder. For a few unlucky spouses, however, that assessment is more than just a joke or an exaggeration. Narcissists and psychopaths are not as uncommon as many people would like to believe, and many of them are married. Moving through a divorce with one of these people can be an absolute nightmare, and requires a special approach.

Grandparents receive bolstered child custody rights in one state

Virtually every Louisiana resident is aware of at least one family where the grandparents have stepped in to provide care for their grandchildren when the parents are unable to do so. Very often, this outcome is the result of drug or alcohol abuse, and part of ongoing stress and trauma within the family. Those grandparents often have a very tenuous position when it comes to child custody rights.

How good parenting can improve child custody cases

For most Louisiana parents, losing daily access to their children is a thought that is difficult to bear. For some, however, a divorce and child custody schedule will lead to a change in the level of access that a parent has to his or her children. In the event that a child custody case is necessary, there are ways that parents can position themselves for a positive outcome.

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