§9:301. Court may authorize spouse of military personnel presumed dead to remarry; judgment dissolves marriage
A. The spouse of a person presumed dead, as provided in R.S. 9:1441, may petition the district court of the parish in which the petitioner is domiciled for authority to contract another marriage. Upon the submission of proof that the petitioner is domiciled in the parish, and that the other spouse is presumed dead, the court may authorize petitioner to contract another marriage. The presumption of the death of petitioner’s spouse may be proved as provided in R.S. 9:1443.
B. The judgment of court authorizing the petitioner to contract another marriage has the effect of terminating the marriage to the person presumed dead if he is alive at the time.
Acts 1990, No. 1009, §§7, 9, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.