New Orleans Area Property Division Attorney
One aspect of a divorce that is often the source of many arguments is property division. Most couples have a difficult time deciding how property should be divided. It is important to note that Louisiana is a community property state, which can result in further arguments over what is actually considered marital property and is subject to division.
Community property is the assets and debts accumulated during a marriage. Community assets can include household items, vehicles, a home or land, vacation or hunting camps, businesses, rental houses, retirement accounts, or portfolios. Community debts may include credit cards and balances on department store accounts, personal loans, school loans, and mortgages.
Sandra Salley and Laurel Salley, are Board Certified Family Law Specialists certified by the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization. Our lawyers have over 40 years of combined experience and are committed to providing comprehensive divorce and community property division representation to clients in New Orleans, Metairie, and throughout the surrounding Louisiana communities.
Contact the family law and property division attorneys of Salley & Salley at 504-837-5499 or e-mail us for more information about how we can help you.