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We have been in business since 1980, serving the Gretna and Greater New Orleans areas.

We handle all types of family law cases, including divorce, custody, child support, spousal support, drafting prenups, community property partitions, paternity, interdictions, guardianship, and more.  We also offer estate planning services including the drafting of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and more.  Our probate attorneys handle all types of succession cases, ranging from simple to complex

Our litigation attorneys handle a wide array of personal injury cases, including car accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall, work accidents, and wrongful death.  Our business law team help clients form companies, draft and review contracts, litigate business disputes, and more.  Finally, our creditor’s rights team handles collections, repossessions, foreclosures, bankruptcy, and evictions statewide.

Our experience and diverse client base provide us the privilege to serve people from all walks of life. Whatever your legal situation, we will strive to make the process as timely and stress-free as possible. When necessary, we will zealously pursue your claim or vigorously defend you in and out of court, fighting to get the results you deserve.


“100% a straight shooter, not one of those attorneys that tells you what you want to hear. His advice is practical and he is very effective when it comes to getting the job done.”

~ Client

“Compassionate, interested in clients’ lives aside from area of representation, involved in the community, supportive of new attorneys.”

~ Attorney

“It has been a pleasure working with you through this ordeal.  You have a very welcoming spirit and a great attitude.”

~ Debtor/Opposing Party


Our offices are conveniently located in Gretna near the Jefferson, Orleans, and Plaquemines court houses.  Our lawyers routinely litigate cases in Gretna, Metairie, New Orleans, Algiers, Belle Chasse, Pointe a la Hache, Chalmette, Covington, Slidell, Hammond, Amite, Gonzales, Baton Rouge, Hahnville, Edgard, and Convent.

We also serve our banking and financial clients statewide in all State and Federal courts in Louisiana.

practice areas



  • how to update a power of attorneyWhen Should I Update a Power of Attorney?
    In Estate Planning
    When to Update a Power of Attorney: A power of attorney (POA) is an important legal tool.  It is commonly used for estate planning, medical management, financial management, and real estate transactions. A POA should be reviewed every few years for possible updates.  It may become necessary to update a power of attorney when life situations change, a new agent is needed, or when there are changes in the law.  You have the right to amend or revoke a power of attorney any time, and [READ MORE]
  • effects of parental alienation on custodyStrategies for Identifying and Dealing with Parental Alienation
    In Family Law
    The Impact of Parental Alienation on Child Custody: When one parent manipulates a child to reject the other, it can have negative emotional and psychological effects on both the estranged parent and the child. What is Parental Alienation? A type of emotional child abuse known as parental alienation occurs when one parent consciously damages the child’s bond with the other parent.  It frequently entails persistently disparaging the targeted parent, restricting contact or access, and [READ MORE]
  • adequate protection in bankruptcyWhat is Adequate Protection in Bankruptcy?
    In Creditors' Rights
    Adequate Protection Explained: Adequate protection payments are made to a secured creditor to provide protection for the creditor’s depreciating collateral.  In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor is granted an automatic stay upon filing of the bankruptcy, meaning creditors cannot pursue usual modes of collection if payments are not made on time.  While Chapter 13 filers are required to start making payments to the Trustee upon filing their proposed plan, the Trustee cannot distribute [READ MORE]
  • certified divorce financial analystsWhat does a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst do?
    In Family Law
    When to Use an Expert Divorce Financial Analyst for a Community Property Partition: Are you considering divorce?  Obviously, this step requires careful consideration of property issues and the best approaches for same.  There are many things that you need to think about before you decide on your final move.  One of them will certainly be the state of your finances.  No one wants to leave a marriage bankrupt. Our firm works with a few of the very best forensic accountants and [READ MORE]
  • digital estate planWhat is a Digital Estate Plan?
    In Estate Planning
    Why You Should Have a Digital Estate Plan:  Estate planning has expanded beyond the traditional scope of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.  In modern times, significant part of our lives exists digitally.  Your traditional estate plan likely does not account for what happens to your digital assets after death.  A digital estate plan comes into play as a method for organizing your online information. Creating a digital estate plan provides access to information that your [READ MORE]


2550 Belle Chasse Highway
Suite 200
Gretna, Louisiana 70053



504-368-2700 (main)

504-368-2900 (fax)


Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

We are available by appointment during non-business hours.