Salario Law Firm understands the toll a lengthy divorce can take on a family, and will always strive to make the process as easy and affordable as possible. There are 2 types of divorce statutes in Louisiana, an “at fault” divorce, and a “no fault” divorce. An at fault divorce may allow the party who was not at fault to be entitled to an immediate divorce. A no fault divorce may work one of two ways, if the couple is still living together, they must file for divorce then live separate and apart for a time determined by law, then a divorce may be granted. If the couple has been living separate and apart for the time determined by law, the couple may be eligible for an immediate divorce. Of course, if children are involved, the process could take more time and effort, please call Salario Law Firm today for your free divorce consultation.

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