Protecting Your Children’s Inheritance Through Estate Planning

Here in the Big Easy, we cherish our families and our traditions. But life can be unpredictable, and ensuring your children receive the inheritance you intend requires careful planning. This is where estate planning comes in – it’s a roadmap that guarantees your wishes are carried out after you’re gone. Estate planning matters Intestacy –…

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Getting Divorced When Your Child Has Special Needs

When parents of a child with special needs decide that they want a divorce, there are a lot of challenging decisions to think about. These decisions may include child custody, child support, medical expenses, educational expenses, and so much more. While the divorce process can be difficult for anyone, it can be physically and mentally…

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How Addiction Can Affect the Divorce Process – And Outcome

It can be very difficult to watch your spouse battle an addiction. Whether they are addicted to alcohol, drugs, gambling, or anything else, it will likely impact your and your children’s lives tremendously. While most couples who become married do not ever plan to divorce, it can happen very quickly when an addiction is involved.…

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Can Your Ex’s Current Spouse Affect a Custody Order?

It is common for an ex-spouse to eventually move on and remarry. When there are children involved, the new spouse may become a huge part of their lives. If you have a custody order or parenting plan in place, it is important to know that there is a possibility that your ex’s current spouse could…

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If You’re Ready to Get Divorced, You Need a Plan

If you are thinking about filing for divorce, you need a clear plan that allows you to protect your rights and supports your ability to start over with the best possible resources. As a long-term, proven divorce attorney in New Orleans, The Law Office of James A. Graham is readily available to work with you…

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When Can You Contest a Will in Louisiana?

Contesting a will means approaching the court, stating that the will is inaccurate or invalid for some reason, and asking the court to intervene. The goal of a will is to avoid just that. As a result, it is not common to contest a will in Louisiana unless you have solid, justifiable reasons to do…

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