Louisiana's Community Property Law Explained

Louisiana's Community Property Law Explained

Bring your questions to a property division attorney based in Covington, LA

Unlike many states, Louisiana doesn't have equitable property distribution laws. Judges in the Covington, LA area follow community property guidelines, meaning they consider any assets or debts you or your spouse acquired during your marriage as belonging to both of you. You need to retain a property division attorney to fight for what is yours and what is not.

Contact the Law Office of Ernest E. Barrow, L.L.C. today to speak with a property division attorney who has over two decades of experience.

Speak with Mr. Barrow free of charge

You might be surprised by how complicated property distribution cases can get, so spare yourself the heartache by turning to a property division attorney based in Covington, LA. Mr. Barrow has your best interests at heart and can clear up any misconceptions you might have about community property law.

Let him know what assets belong to you, such as...

  • A business
  • A separately owned home
  • A premarital retirement account
Contact Mr. Barrow now to discuss your situation.