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Marriage dissolved in five days with forged papers was 'Covenant Marriage'

What a soap opera . . . forgery, suspended notary, factual errors, fake time lines, you name it !!! The Louisiana "Covenant Marriage Act", requires pre-marital counseling, prohibits divorce with the exceptions of adultery, a spouse being sentenced to death, or imprisonment at hard labor, physical or sexual abuse of a spouse or a child, requires counseling a legal separation with counseling before and during that separation, and in accordance with Louisiana RS 9:272 C…”A covenant marriage agreement may not be dissolved, rescinded, or otherwise terminated by the mutual consent of the spouses.” Ouch !!!! https://www.arklatexhomepage.com/news/local-news/marriage-dissolved-in-five-days-with-forge

Consent to Travel With a Grandparent

Necessary Paperwork for a Trip with Nana or Papa Grandparents may not always know the rules about screen time and desserts, but there's no one you can trust more to travel with your kids. If they're taking a domestic jaunt, the grandparents will probably never need to produce consent unless there's an emergency of some kind. But because emergencies do happen, it's smart to pack a few pieces of paperwork anyway. On international trips, the rules are stricter. Grandparents should be required to show proof of your permission for them to take the kids out of the country. Preparing that proof is easy for you to do. Domestic Travel Consent forms (Consent To Travel) aren't strictly necessary for a

Bossier attorney found guilty of illegally notarizing documents

Bossier attorney found guilty of illegally notarizing documents BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) A Bossier attorney faces up to six years in jail after being found guilty of illegally notarizing documents. Michael David Cox, 70, was found guilty of three counts of the unauthorized exercise of notarial powers. "Many people assume that just because you are an attorney you are automatically a notary but that is not correct," said Bossier Parish Assistant District Attorney Richard Ray, in a news release. “Apparently the Notary Commission rejected his application many years ago but he acted as a notary anyway.” In Louisiana, legal documents such as deeds, wills, and affidavits must be properly executed

MINOR DETAILS - Taking a child aboard a flight with a different surname? How to travel when you don’

MINOR DETAILS - Taking a child aboard a flight with a different surname? How to travel when you don’t share the same last name This guide details who to contact before the trip and what documents you will need to show authorities By Caroline McGuire, Digital Travel Editor 11th July 2018, 5:00 pm Updated: 11th July 2018, 8:53 pm Travelling with a child that doesn’t have the same surname as you can be extremely difficult, because of the strict security rules needed to combat child trafficking. So if your offspring carry the other parent’s name and you’re taking them away alone, you need to be prepared. Check what the procedures will be in advance Check with your airline – they deal with this d

Title VIII Of Minors, of their Tutorship and Emancipation (Art. 246 to 688) CHAPTER 2 – EMANCIPATION

Title VIII Of Minors, of their Tutorship and Emancipation (Art. 246 to 688)CHAPTER 2 – EMANCIPATION https://lcco.law.lsu.edu/?uid=17&ver=en Art. 365. There are three kinds of emancipation: judicial emancipation, emancipation by marriage, and limited emancipation by authentic act. [Acts 2008, No. 786, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2009] Art. 366. A court may order for good cause the full or limited emancipation of a minor sixteen years of age or older. Full judicial emancipation confers all effects of majority on the person emancipated, unless otherwise provided by law. Limited judicial emancipation confers the effects of majority specified in the judgment of limited emancipation, unless otherwise provide

Emancipation

Emancipation - The act of conferring some or all of the effects of majority on a minor.

IF YOU ARE DRAFTING A WILL OR TRUST, CAN YOU PLACE A MEDIATION OR ARBITRATION CLAUSE IN IT?

If you think about it, people set up testaments and trusts for their peace of mind. Yet everyone must face the fact that each year there are many lawsuits with heirs and beneficiaries arguing over the interpretation of those documents and who will get what. If a testator or settlor could avoid this infighting, would it not add considerably to their peace of mind? Other states permit an enforceable mediation or arbitration provision in a testament or trust. The Louisiana State Law Institute has been directed by the Louisiana legislature to “study and make recommendations regarding the feasibility of whether revisions to present laws of the state are necessary in light of other states’ laws th

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