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Why do some Louisianans choose to mediate their divorce?

From a very early age a child may develop a sense of autonomy that causes them to want to make decisions for themselves. They may become frustrated when grown-ups attempt to intervene and to set them on paths that they do not want to follow. When a Louisiana child is confronted with a loss of power over matters that affect their life, they may become angry and unsatisfied with their situation.

Civility can benefit the parties of an out-of-court divorce

There is no getting around the fact that a divorce is a difficult legal and emotional process. Two people who once believed that their marriage would last forever must decide that it would better to split up their family and live their lives apart. In Louisiana, individuals facing the challenges of divorce on many levels may look for ways to make it easier on themselves and their families.

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