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I was very satisfied with my last experts answer, but is it

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I was very satisfied with my last expert's answer, but is it possible to ask the same question to a specific family law attorney licensed in Louisiana?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Alex J. Esq. replied 3 years ago.
Hello. My name is Alex.

It appears that you have already received an answer from your previous expert Paul, who is the only Louisiana licensed attorney and he is an experienced family law professional and the only Louisiana licensed attorney who is actively working on at this time.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi, I have found out more information and would like a second opinion from the original expert that answered my first question. I was told by a Louisiana attorney, if a form 2374C was filed, it is a final community property settlement that can't be reversed, even if the divorce date had passed. Do you know this to be true? Thanks


Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 3 years ago.
I apologize, but I believed when you asked for another expert you did not want me to answer.

If the court actually issued an order separating property under 2374C and you did not merely submit a property settlement agreement together with the divorce that you abandoned (which is what I understood you did in the last question) then it cannot now be reversed. If you merely submitted your proposed community property separation with the divorce you filed and no further action was taken on the case and the court never issued the order on the community property agreement, then it is able to be dismissed with the divorce that was dismissed for want of prosecution. It all depends on whether or not the court issued the separation of property order in your case.

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