Did you know that how well you paid attention in Biology class can help you avoid a DWI arrest in Louisiana? The better understanding you have of how the human body functions in relation to alcohol consumption, the more you can decrease your risk for a collision, as well as legal problems. Like all motorists, you're obligated to make responsible choices regarding imbibing alcohol and operating motor vehicles.
Changes to federal tax laws will have a significant effect on how people divorce in Louisiana and across the country. As part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, these changes will go into effect in 2019 and apply to all divorces finalized after Dec. 31, 2018. While many people are hurrying to complete their divorces by the end of the year, others are looking for creative solutions for 2019.
Unless they are relying on a judge's decision, Louisiana parents will need to create a parenting schedule as part of the divorce process. This schedule will specify which parent the child spends time with at what times. By working on it cooperatively, parents can demonstrate to their children that family matters are paramount.