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Richard has almost 20 years experience and is licensed to practice law in Louisiana as well as Mississippi. Richard graduated from Mississippi College School of Law with a concentration in taxation. Richard is a former U.S. Justice Advisor and La...
Practice areas: Litigation, Bankruptcy & Debt, Tax
I was born in Colorado and raised on a farm in North Louisiana. I established my first in 2006 in Monroe and in 2011 added a satellite office in Shreveport. The areas of law I practice in are complex and my goal is to not only educate clients ...
Practice areas: Litigation, Child Custody, Criminal Defense, Car Accidents
Review: “Attorney Marcy Allen is a dedicated, hard working and compassionate attorney. She is not judge mental she works very hard for her client. My husband had gotten in serious trouble 2 years ago and was told he would not be a...
Practice areas: Litigation, Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, General Practice
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