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Legal Information: Louisiana
Where can I find out more information about custody in Louisiana?
The following links may be helpful:
- For information about grandparent’s custody and visitation rights, you can read the resource guide published by the Governor’s office of Elderly Affairs.
- The Louisiana State Bar Association has information about custody in their divorce brochure, including information about the factors a judge will consider when determining what custody arrangement is in the child’s best interests.
- LouisianaLawHelp.org has additional links with Louisiana-specific custody information.
Please note that WomensLaw.org has no relationship with these organizations and does not endorse their services. We provide these links for your information only.
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