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Assets shouldn't be forgotten about during divorce

Property division is part of most divorces, and if you don't have a prenuptial agreement, anything of yours or your soon-to-be ex-husband or ex-wife's belongings could be split between you both. If you're planning on divorcing your partner or are just considering a prenuptial agreement and how to divide your property, these things are items you shouldn't forget about, according to a recent report from Oct. 16.

Former military spouses still qualify for some benefits

If you're going through a military divorce, you may wonder how you'll be affected if you're not the spouse who participates in the military. Because the military has many special benefits for military families, you might even think that you'd lose the right to those benefits through divorce. That isn't always the case, though, and Louisiana military families might be interested in this information about continued DEERS enrollment for those who are divorced or thinking of divorcing.

Mia Farrow claims that her son is actually Frank Sinatra's

If your paternity rights are in question, you might be worried about how it will affect your time with your child. Likewise, though, paternity matters that aren't settled can lead to people asking for money, time and ruining your reputation. In any case, it's important to know exactly whose child is whose, and with a paternity test, you can have that chance. Louisiana natives who watch celebrity news might have heard the claim that Mia Farrow made recently. According to her, Frank Sinatra may be the real father to her son, Ronan.

Cherokee girl allowed to stay with adoptive parents

In cases of divorce, it's common to want to have joint custody with your spouse. It's often preferable for parents to decide on custody and visitation on their own, but when they can't, the courts can step in an appoint times for each parent to be with a child. If you're going through a divorce in New Orleans and are having difficulties deciding on visitation and custody rights, make sure you're clear on your rights as a parent.

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