Art. 122. Nature of action The claim for contributions made to the education or training of a spouse is strictly personal to each party. Acts 1990, No. 1008, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.
Category: Spousal Support Statutes
Art. 123. Form of award; effect of remarriage or death The sum awarded for contributions made to the education or training of a spouse may be a sum certain payable in installments. The award shall not terminate upon the remarriage or death of either party. Acts 1990, No. 1008, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.
Art. 124. Prescription of spousal claim for contributions The action for contributions made to the education or training of a spouse prescribes in three years from the date of the signing of the judgment of divorce or declaration of nullity of the marriage. Acts 1990, No. 1008, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.
Art. 3497.1. Actions for arrearages of spousal support or of installment payments for contributions made to a spouse’s education or training An action to make executory arrearages of spousal support or installment payments awarded for contributions made by one spouse to the education or training of the other spouse is subject to a liberative prescription [..]
§292. Surname of married person Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, a woman, at her option, may use her maiden name, her present spouse’s name, or a hyphenated combination thereof. If widowed, divorced, or remarried, a woman may use her maiden name, the surname of her deceased or former spouse, the surname of her [..]
§307. Divorce or separation from bed and board in a covenant marriage; exclusive grounds A. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary and subsequent to the parties obtaining counseling, a spouse to a covenant marriage may obtain a judgment of divorce only upon proof of any of the following: (1) The other spouse has committed adultery. [..]
§308. Separation from bed and board in covenant marriage; suit against spouse; jurisdiction, procedure, and incidental relief A. Unless judicially separated, spouses in a covenant marriage may not sue each other except for causes of action pertaining to contracts or arising out of the provisions of Book III, Title VI of the Civil Code; for [..]
§309. Separation from bed and board in a covenant marriage; effects A. (1) Separation from bed and board in a covenant marriage does not dissolve the bond of matrimony, since the separated husband and wife are not at liberty to marry again; but it puts an end to their conjugal cohabitation, and to the common concerns, [..]
310. Retroactivity of spousal support order A. An order for spousal support shall be retroactive to the filing date of the petition for spousal support granted in the order. B. Any support of any kind provided by the judgment debtor from the date the petition for support is filed to the date the support order [..]
§311. Modification of support; material change in circumstances; periodic review by Department of Children and Family Services; medical support A. (1) An award for support shall not be modified unless the party seeking the modification shows a material change in circumstances of one of the parties between the time of the previous award and the time [..]