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Community Property Common Misconceptions: Separate Vs. Shared Assets

One of the most common questions we get regarding community property is: “Is this particular asset community or separate property?” Attorney Erik Noland explains some of the key differences that…

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Before, During & After The Pandemic: We Are Here.

Stopping by to share positivity with you today! 👋 If we can do anything for you or your family during this time, give us a call at 225-344-2639.

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Community Property Common Misconceptions: Assets & Liabilities

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There are often many misconceptions about community property in the general public. Attorney, Erik R. Noland breaks down what you need to remember about assets and liabilities.

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Divorce In Louisiana | What You Need To Know

Attorney, Erik. R Noland of DeJean Law Office gives some insight into the two types of divorces in Louisiana.

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Case Results: Veteran Gets Success

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Our team recently represented an 84-year-old veteran who was in a car accident and helped him get major success. He was the longest-serving enlisted man in Louisiana history. Our client…

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

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We love treating our clients like family. Spread the love today!

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Happy New Year’s Eve From DeJean Law!

From our family to yours, have a happy new year’s eve!

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How Do I Know If I Qualify For A Personal Injury Settlement?

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When a person is injured in an accident often their first question is do I need a lawyer or can I handle this myself? Some people just do not want…

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I Was Pulled Over…Should I Take A Breathalyzer?

One of the concerns we often get are questions regarding DUIs. First and foremost you should NEVER get behind the wheel if you are under the influence, however, there are…

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What Is “Expungement?”

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Expungement refers to the process of sealing arrest and conviction records. Most states have enacted laws that allow people to expunge arrests and convictions from their records. Expungement laws vary…

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