Top New Orleans Divorce Lawyers - Louisiana

At Salley & Salley, LLC in Metairie, Louisiana, we are fully committed to helping you and your family with the most important legal issues affecting your life and your future. Led by the mother and daughter legal team of Sandra and Laurel Salley, our law firm has served the residents of the greater New Orleans metro region since 1989. We are among a small group of Louisiana law firms whose...

At De St. Germain Law Office, our lawyers are dedicated to representing Slidell families in all of their family law needs. Whether you are facing a difficult decision or are planning for the future, our Louisiana law firm is here to represent you in every season of life. We are a boutique family law firm, and we strive to build long-lasting relationships with our clients so that we can serve your...

Two Decades Of Family Law Experience At the law firm of Betsy A. Fischer, LLC, we recognize that divorce is a significant and life-changing event. Dealing with the difficult emotions and transitions is a challenge unto itself. We shoulder the legal burdens so our clients can focus on the pressing tasks of rebuilding their lives and relationships. Our lawyer, Betsy Fischer, has more than two...

Advising people in the New Orleans, Louisiana, area, our staff members at The Law Office of James A. Graham LLC are dedicated to finding cost-efficient and responsible solutions to family law issues. Combining real-world experience with legal savvy, our team guides clients through the particularly difficult decisions that child custody, divorce and child support battles create. We offer free...

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Serving Individuals and Businesses Since 1994 For decades, our attorneys at Nicaud & Sunseri Law Firm, LLC, in Metairie, Louisiana, have provided litigation, construction, family law, business, estate planning and elder law services to people of southeast Louisiana. Our practice includes representation in the following matters: Divorce and child custody disputes Business organization and...

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