In Need of A Family Law Lawyer in Baton Rouge, LA?

At the Russell Law Firm, LLC, our Baton Rouge family law attorneys know that when challenges arise in your marriage or while coparenting your children, your complete personal and professional life is put on hold until you have viable legal solutions to move forward.

That is why we are here.

Our East Baton Rouge Parish family lawyers represent individuals throughout Louisiana who are pursuing legal resolutions for divorce, child custody, and financial support issues — no matter which side of the courtroom they are on.

Whether you initiated the divorce or were the one who was served with a petition, if you are a parent who is seeking more time with your kids, or attempting to block the other parent’s relocation request, we can help you pursue the best outcome for your unique case.

Contact our family law attorneys in Baton Rouge today to schedule a case assessment, so you can begin making informed decisions about your future.

Russell Law Firm, LLC Louisiana Family Law Attorney Practice Areas

At the Russell Law Firm, LLC, our Louisiana attorneys represent clients in every aspect of family law, because we know that your future success relies on your personal happiness.

Our Baton Rouge family lawyers represent individuals and families throughout Louisiana in the following practice areas:

We help with all aspects of divorce, including the division of marital assets, property, and debt. This may include deciding whether one spouse will keep the marital home, or if you will sell it and divide the proceeds between the two of you.

In addition, we represent parents by resolving two of the most important family law issues they face: child custody and visitation rights for both parents. We offer reliable guidance on these issues, whether they are part of a divorce, or you have never married your child’s other parent. We help our clients understand the legal standard for child custody, and how the Louisiana family courts will view their cases, so they understand their legal rights and options from the start.

In addition, in most situations, it is necessary for a custodial parent to receive monthly child support from the children’s other parent. There is a standardized formula to calculate what this amount should be, but our skilled team of Louisiana family law attorneys will help you establish a fair arrangement that protects your kids’ best interests.

What Type of Financial Support Can I Pursue After a Louisiana Divorce?

According to Louisiana community property laws, all the assets and debts a couple acquires during marriage belong equally to both spouses. A judge dividing community property must make sure that each spouse receives property of equal net value. In deciding whether a specific item of property or a specific debt should go to one spouse or the other, a judge will consider all relevant factors, including the nature and source of the property or debt and the economic condition of each spouse.

Although increasingly rare, one former spouse may need to provide the other with spousal support, also known as alimony. This is often temporary and meant to provide the recipient with an opportunity to seek the education, training, and employment necessary to become self-sufficient. If you believe you are entitled to spousal support, our Louisiana family law attorneys can help outline your financial needs, so you understand how our laws reflect your potential of collecting the alimony you are entitled to now and going forward.

The Russell Law Firm, LLC is in Your Corner, and We Fight to Win

If you are pursuing a divorce in Louisiana or would like to know more about your right to pursue custody of your children — whether you were married to the other parent or not —  contact our dedicated Baton Rouge personal injury attorneys today at (225) 307-0088 or online to get the legal support you need to produce real results for your unique case.

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