Louisiana has both fault divorces and no fault divorces.
I'm not sure what you mean, in this context, by "winning." "Winning" is a relative term with divorce. Often, no one really wins. Divorce is often destructive, both emotionally and monetarily, to both parties. If you have further questions regarding this portion, please clarify and elaborate.
There are a lot of factors that can be relevant to property distributions, for instance.
One spouse may ask the court to award attorney's fees if the other spouse engages in vexatious litigation.
If a court hasn't yet made a determination as to property distribution and/or spousal support, and if issues of fault were raised, fault could be relevant to such determinations.
For example, adultery can affect or prevent a spousal support award.
However, it's really impossible for me to tell you what her objective is not knowing anything to speak of about the status of your case, what exactly it was that she filed, etc.
I would highly recommend you have your attorney review the status of the case, any new documents filed with the court, and any other relevant factor, as such a thorough review is necessary to determine exactly what is going on.
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