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How title to the property is held is not conclusive on the divorce court.
states: "There is a strong presumption under Louisiana law that all assets and debts a couple accumulates during marriage are community property"
Paychecks are always in the name of the spouse who earned them, but they are are community property. The name on the deed does not prevent the Court from determining that the house is community property because it was acquired during marriage and you never intended to give away your share.
There is a general overview of Louisiana divorce law posted here.
You can get a free consultation from some of the divorce attorneys listed by location here.
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