Louisiana is a community property state. This means that property and debts accumulated during your marriage are presumed to be community and will be divided equally, including real estate, savings accounts and retirement plan accounts. There are a few exceptions: gifts and inheritances received during your marriage are yours to keep, as long as you kept these assets separate.
At Oriol Law Firm, we will guide you through the process of dividing your marital property. With a degree in accounting, lawyer David Oriol is well prepared to ensure that all property and debts are accounted for and that their division is truly equitable between both parties.
What About My Separate Property?
If you brought property to your marriage, those assets are your separate property and do not have to be divided with your spouse as long as you kept the property separate.
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We serve clients in St. Tammany Parish and surrounding areas. David Oriol will conduct an honest assessment of your case and advise you on what to do next. To schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney, call us at (985) 845-2227 or contact us online.