Everyone hears of hit-and-run accidents happening, but few think they will be victims of them. It is the kind of thing that happens to other people, right? Unfortunately, it did happen, and it is normal that one might feel at a complete loss. One of the top questions Louisiana residents who have been injured in such incidents may have is: Who will pay for damages?
When a parent dies, the estate administration process can be a difficult thing to get through. It can be even more challenging if a stepmother is involved. Far too often, in Louisiana and elsewhere, stepmothers are accused of keeping their husband's assets for themselves and then passing them on to their own children rather than giving them to their stepchildren. When this happens, probate litigation may be the only way the offended parties may see any part of their supposed inheritance.
Divorce is a challenge for you, you soon-to-be ex-spouse and any children you share together.
At the end of September, police in Louisiana arrested a man for allegedly abusing his girlfriend. His arrest cost him his job and could cost him his freedom if he is ultimately convicted. As he has already lost so much and stands to lose so much more, the criminal defense put forward in his case matters.
It is not uncommon for divorce cases to be riddled with conflict. Most people in Louisiana and elsewhere believe this is because of the actions both parties take throughout the dissolution proceedings. In some cases, that may be true, but in others, the real problem is that one spouse is a narcissist. Thankfully, an experienced family law attorney can help one achieve a fair and balanced settlement despite his or her spouse's actions resulting from this mental condition.