Louisiana Support

Louisiana Rule for Contempt Nonpayment of Child Support
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In this example, the petitioner states that the defendant has failed to make court-ordered child support payments or to maintain medical insurance for the minor children. Petitioner requests an order to show cause and that the defendant be held in contempt, that the amount of the past-due child support be determined and made executory, and that the defendant be ordered to pay attorney=s fees and all court costs. Petitioner further requests to be allowed to file and prosecute the action without prior payment of costs, pursuant to La. C.C.P. Arts. 5181-5188.

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