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More than 67% of newlyweds believe the most serious conflict in their first year of marriage is over money.

Shreveport Family Law Attorneys

The lawyers at Weems, Schimpf, Haines, Landry, Shemwell & Moore (APLC) understand that extended litigation should be a last alternative in resolving a divorce or other family law dispute. Therefore, the firm will work to achieve their clients' goals with the least financial and emotional expense. However, in those instances where an amicable resolution cannot be achieved, the firm's attorneys have the experience and the resources to pursue the client's interest throughout the discovery, trial and post-trial enforcement stages.

The following information provides general information about family law. For a consultation about your situation, Contact a family law attorney, such as Kenneth Haines or Carey Schimpf.

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