Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • The Benefits Of An Uncontested Divorce

    || 24-Oct-2014

    There are many reasons that couples decide that divorce is the best option. When you are ready to move on and start a fresh new life, you may decide that an uncontested divorce is the path you want to take and a Baton Rouge divorce attorney can help. Why choose an uncontested divorce? Here are the benefits that a divorce that is uncontested offers. Choosing an uncontested divorce means that you ...
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  • Your Baton Rouge Divorce Lawyer Advice: Figuring Your Expenses After Your Divorce

    || 20-Oct-2014

    While it's imperative you work with a Baton Rouge divorce lawyer when filing for divorce, it's the details you might not initially think about that you're going to need extra help with to sort out. One of those is looking to the future of your financial well-being after the divorce is finalized and how well you're going to provide for your children and yourself. Many different ...
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  • After 17 Years, Tea Leoni And David Duchovny Quietly Divorce

    || 14-Oct-2014

    Nobody can say David Duchovny and Tea Leoni didn't try. Duchovny, whom Baton Rouge readers will remember from "The X-Files" and "Californication," and Leoni, the star of "Deep Impact" and "Spanglish," were married for 17 years -- practically an eternity in Hollywood. By all accounts, it wasn't an easy marriage. Duchovny went to rehab, reportedly both ...
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