Do I need to open a succession?
Do I really need a will?
Do I have to go to court to get a divorce?
These are the questions I get asked more than any others. If you find yourself asking any of these or other legal questions, you need reasonable legal advice tailored to your specific needs. Each situation is different, and the answer for your neighbor might not be the answer for you. I'd like to help you develop your answer.
I like to focus not just on the issue at hand but on how that issue relates to the needs of the client based on his or her entire life picture. I work with my clients to formulate a well reasoned plan to meet their objectives. To do that takes time, and I am willing to spend as much time as it takes with each of my clients so that together we can achieve the most gratifying result.
Give me a call, or send me a message. Let's set up a time to discuss your situation.
Although you wouldn't know it from his name, Chris is a native of the area, having graduated from E.D. White Catholic High School and Nicholls State University. Chris received his law degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law where he graduated cum laude and was designated as a William Crowe Scholar for finishing in the top ten percent of his class. He also earned two Law Excellence Awards for finishing with the highest grade in his class in both Successions and Community Property.
Before law school, Chris was a teacher. He likes fishing, golf, and coaching his kids' soccer teams.
Chris is married to Dr. Jamie Bourgeois Huddleston, and they have three children: Luke, Jacob, and Elizabeth.