My Ex Won’t Abide by a Lawful Judgment… Now What?


I recently posted about the process to change an existing Louisiana custody and/or child support judgment.  Another post-judgment issue may be that the Louisiana judgment that you have is exactly what you need…BUT the opposing party knowingly refuses to adhere to it.  Read more

Issue No. 1 of SWL’s Quarterly Newsletter On Its Way to Clients

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It is important to me that my clients and former clients are kept up to date, Read more

Changing a Prior Custody or Child Support Order… Is it Possible?


Whether you spent months and lots of tears to obtain your first judgment, or you were one of the lucky ones who was able to come to an agreement with your former spouse or partner, sometimes that first judgment doesn’t stand the test of time.  Read more

How to Prepare for A Consultation – Family Law

divorceFor those of you who have been fortunate enough not to have met with an attorney regarding a legal issue, congratulations – you are one of the very few. However, it is more likely that during your lifetime, and maybe several times during your lifetime, you will need the guidance of an attorney to get you through a tough time.  Read more

Kristen Stanley-Wallace Named East St. Tammany Chamber Member of the Month

December Member of the Month

Kristen Stanley-Wallace was recently honored with the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month Award for December 2014. Read more

Grand Opening Celebration

10750139_10205247215250125_6442280497850621370_oOn November 21, 2014, Stanley-Wallace Law, LLC held its official Grand Opening celebration Read more

Wills for Heroes Event Was Successful

will 2 Local attorneys, notaries, and volunteers participated in the Wills for Heroes Event on October 4, 2014.  The Louisiana State Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Division hosted the event for St. Tammany Fire Protection District No. 1 and Slidell Police Department first responders. Read more

Think your estate automatically goes to your spouse without a will? Think again.

willLouisiana is different from the rest of the country in many ways – some great, some not so great. When it comes to Louisiana succession law, depending on your take on it, it may fall into the “not so great” category. Read more

LSU Law 2014 Professionalism Seminar

LSU Law 3I was honored to be a part of the Louisiana State Bar Association’s 2014 Professionalism Seminar attended by first year law students at LSU law on August 15, 2014. As an LSU Law alumna, it was a privilege to help teach these bright future lawyers about the importance of professionalism in the legal profession. The LSU Law class of 2017 is motivated, insightful, and ready to learn about the law. I look forward to working with them in the future. Geaux Tigers!

New Louisiana Legislation Prohibits the Sharing of Personal Student Data

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There has been serious concern, as of late, regarding the collection and sharing of personal student data. As a result HB 1076, co-authored by St. Tammany Parish’s Senator A.G. Crowe, addressed these issues. Read more