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A district court of Louisiana can enter a judgment of divorce 180 days after the petition was filed in a no-fault divorce if the spouses did not previously fulfill the 180 day separation period (or one year with minor children). In a fault divorce, the district court cannot enter a final judgment of divorce until one year after the petition was filed. A divorce may also be granted if one spouse is a felon serving a life sentence in prison.
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