Practice Areas

Contested Divorce & Child Custody

Divorce is rarely simple. In a divorce involving contested issues of child custody, visitation, or the division of community property, the proceedings can become clouded by fear, worry and financial uncertainty. Many times, difficult choices and decisions must be made by the parties, or the judge, to develop a custody or visitation solution which works in the best interest of the children while also making sure that they have the financial resources they need to continue to grow and prosper. Don't approach a contested divorce without the right help. You need a knowledgeable attorney on your side.
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Federal Criminal Defense

A federal crime involves conduct that violates a federal criminal statute. Federal criminal cases are tried in a federal district court. There are three federal districts in Louisiana: (1) the Eastern District; (2) the Middle District; and (3) the Western District. Federal crimes may include murder and homicide; possession or distribution of drugs, narcotics, marijuana, and other controlled substances; illegal weapons, firearms, and explosive devices; racketeering; terrorism; conspiracy; counterfeiting; white collar crimes such as embezzlement, money laundering, mail fraud, or wire fraud; bribery and public corruption; bank robbery; kidnapping; computer and internet crimes; obscenity, sex trafficking, and child pornography.
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Louisiana Criminal Defense

Being accused of a felony crime in violation of Louisiana law can result in very serious penalties and other legal consequences which may affect the accused person for the remainder of his or her life. If you, or a loved one, have been accused of committing a felony crime, you should immediately seek the help of an knowledgeable and experienced Louisiana criminal defense attorney.
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Wrongful Death & Catastrophic Injury

When a spouse, child, parent, brother, or sister dies suddenly the feelings of shock, grief, and loss can be overwhelming. Time seems to stand still and it is difficult to think clearly or know what needs to been done next. While family and friends come together to lend emotional support to those left behind, many times the person who died is survived by family members who were totally or partially dependent on them for their financial support and well being.
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