Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • Chris Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow Show Divorce Isn't Always Acrimonious

    || 9-Sep-2014

    Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow famously "consciously uncoupled" in March, but that doesn't mean that the months since have been filled with acrimony and stress. In a recent interview with MYFM Radio in Los Angeles, Martin, the lead singer of the mega-popular band Coldplay, said he and Paltrow remain "very close." Martin put rumors of reunification to rest by saying he and ...
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  • Can Sperm Donors be Required to Pay Child Support?

    || 4-Sep-2014

    As a Baton Rouge Family Law Attorney, one topic in the area of family law I expect to heat up in the next few years is the question of whether sperm donors can be obligated to pay child support. Currently in most states, anonymous donors are not obligated to pay child support, but known donors are. This can be the case even if the donor signed an agreement with the other parent(s) declaring him ...
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  • Husband To Ask "NCIS: New Orleans" Actress For Spousal Support

    || 2-Sep-2014

    Zoe McLellan, whom Louisiana fans may know as the star of CBS' "NCIS: New Orleans," recently announced that she is getting a divorce from her husband, actor J.P. Gillain. Attorney Layfield took note of this story not only because of the (fictitious) Louisiana connection, but because as a Baton Rouge divorce attorney, he notices news developments about people going through the same ...
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