Louisiana Rule for Divorce and to Set Visitation

Louisiana Rule for Divorce and to Set Visitation
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In this example, the petitioner states that the parties have lived apart for over 180 days since the filing of the petition for divorce pursuant to La. Civil Code Article 102. Petitioner further states that defendant has refused to allow him visitation with the minor child born of the marriage. Therefore, petitioner requests the court to order defendant to show cause why the divorce should not be granted and specific visitation privileges awarded to plaintiff. An order to show cause is attached.

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