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March 2013 Archives

Couples struggle to remain reasonable during divorce

Former couples that head to court against one another do not often come out with an agreeable outlook toward one another. This is how many divorces go, but it is not necessarily how it should be. Many who go through a complex asset divorce find themselves with high levels of anxiety and stress, wondering what the future will look like. This fear of the unknown can translate into the behaviors that are stereotypically associated with divorce.

Record-keeping and saving is important for successful divorce

With spring prepared to go into full swing, many couples in New Orleans may see the new life on the ground and consider making a new life of their own through divorce. Though divorce may seem simple, few consider the amount of preparation and paperwork that goes into the matter. This is particularly important when it comes to property division, especially when there are a considerable number of assets to divide.

Man sues clinic over ex-girlfriend's insemination

A 44-year-old man from Louisiana has claimed that an ex-girlfriend stole his sperm and had herself impregnated with it. According to reports, that man has filed a lawsuit against the operator of a sperm donation clinic where his sperm was reportedly stored for another woman, one that he has a 12-year-old child with. Now, he has another child, this one - now 2 years old - with the aforementioned ex-girlfriend. Paternity tests have determined that the child is his.

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