Areas of Practice
-Slip and Fall
-Last Will & Testament
-Successions with and without a Will
-Power of Attorney
-Divorces: litigated & uncontested
-Child Custody & Visitation
-Spousal Support (Alimony)
-Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
-Community Property Division
-A private non-adversarial process that
gives the parties and not the Court the
power to determine their outcome
-Significantly cheaper and less time
consuming than traditional litigation
-Any agreement reached must be mutual,
neither party can be made to settle
*For more information on the Mediation
process see “Services”
There is never a fee for Personal Injury consultations. Louisiana law has specific time limits as to when you must file suit to protect your right to recovery, therefore it is always in your best interest to consult with an attorney as soon as possible after you or a loved one have been the victim of an accident. Contact Betsy today to schedule your free consultation and have your case evaluated at no cost to you.
Family Law consultations are subject to a conflict check to ensure your spouse or partner has not previously retained the services of The Law office of Betsy L. LeBlanc. Prior to scheduling a consultation in a domestic matter, please leave a voicemail or send an email with your full name and contact information as well as your spouse or partner’s full name. Once a conflict check has been completed your initial consultation will be scheduled at a flat fee for a full one hour thorough review or your case.
Mediation is significantly cheaper than traditional litigation. The cost of Mediation is $150.00 an hour which is normally split between the parties with each paying only $75.00 an hour. If you and your partner are unrepresented and interested in Mediation services leave a voice message or send an email with both parties’ full names and contact information. A response email will be sent to both participants with an agreement to mediate and further instructions. If you are already involved in a legal proceeding you can still participate in Mediation even after a suit has been filed in an effort to resolve your outstanding issues without further litigation. In this instance please have your attorney contact me directly to schedule your Mediation.
The Mediation process is confidential and even if an agreement can not be reached, the mediator can not be called as a witness at court against either party.