Supportive representation to guide you through one of the most difficult times a person can go through.
Child Custody & Visitation
Diligence in protecting your child’s best interests and your parental rights.
Child Custody & Visitation Modifications
When circumstances change, past custody and visitation arrangements may not be in your child’s best interest anymore.
Diligence in establishing a fair and appropriate amount of child support taking into account the needs of the child and the income and resources of both parents.
Child Support Modification
When income or expenses change, the court may need to increase or decrease child support.
Spousal Support (Alimony)
Assertive representation in obtaining a fair amount of spousal support and in defending excessive or unjust demands.
Custody & Support Enforcement
Effective representation in enforcing custody and support orders, and in defending unjust actions for contempt of court.
Community Property Partition
Diligent representation in fairly dividing the property and debts acquired during the marriage.
Assertive representation regarding protective orders or restraining orders against abuse.
Creating a family is the happiest part of family law, but it is also an involved process needing experienced representation and guidance.
Louisiana law provides grandparents with their own direct visitation rights with their grandchildren under certain circumstances and when it is in the best interest of the child.
Michael A. Rainey understands the increasing role of fathers as more than just providers, but also as caretakers, and works to ensure that these fathers’ roles are recognized by the court in custody determinations.
Forming Business Entities (Corporations/Limited Liability Companies)
**Every case is different and the outcome of each will be determined by the court on the unique facts and circumstances of each case. It is not possible to guarantee any particular result or outcome of any case. The information on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney regarding your individual circumstances.**