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ABA Military Pro Bono Project

The ABA Military Pro Bono Project—managed by the ABA Standing Committee on Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP)—accepts case referrals from military attorneys on behalf of junior-enlisted, active-duty military personnel facing civil legal issues, and it works to place these cases with pro bono attorneys. The Project is also the platform for Operation Stand-By, through which military attorneys and other pro bono attorneys may seek attorney-to-attorney guidance.

About Paternity

Find out about paternity in Louisiana. Why it's important to prove your child's paternity. How to prove paternity. How to fight a paternity suit.

Child Support Access and Visitation for Non-Custodial Parents

The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services provides assistance for non-custodial parents in getting access to and visitation with their children through the courts.

Establishing Paternity

This resource explains how paternity is determined by operation of law and how paternity can be established, changed, or disavowed by a man presumed to be the father of a child by operation of law.

Guide to Relocation with Your Child

In Louisiana, changing the address where a child lives most of the time can be classified as a "relocation," and if the move is more than 75 miles away, the person moving the child may have to follow a special procedure before the relocation. This guide explains when Louisiana's relocation law applies and how the relocation procedure works.

Modify Prior Voluntary Transfer of Custody

Sample motion and consent order for use in a state district court, when both parents agree to change physical/legal custody of a minor child.

Rule for Visitation After Disaster with IFP Application

Court pleading called a "rule" that may be used by evacuees trying to establish or re-establish visitation with their estranged children.

Understanding Custody by Consent

This resource explains how a Court can approve a Consent Judgment when parents agree on the issue of custody and what the Court will consider in deciding whether to approve the agreement.

Visitation and Who Has the Right to It

Answers to some frequently asked questions about visitation.

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