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Pamela N. Breedlove

Pamela N. Breedlove has been licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Georgia since 1992. The first fifteen years of her practice was primarily litigation oriented, including medical malpractice defense, commercial litigation, defense of municipalities and individual employees against federal and state constitutional and tort claims, employment litigation, family law, successions, and general litigation.

Civil & Family Mediation

Mediation provides an opportunity to settle legal disputes without traditional litigation. It saves time and money, and in many cases, makes it possible to continue relationships once a dispute is resolved. This is why mediation is such a popular option for resolving civil and family disputes.

Police & Fire Civil Service Law

Police and firefighters are viewed as authority figures in every community. They risk their lives to protect those of the citizens. Unfortunately, police officers and firefighters sometimes are accused of making mistakes and need legal representation.

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Archives for June 2015

Setting Ground Rules for Family Mediation in Louisiana: Top Tips

Divorce is never easy and when you add to the stress the trauma of disagreeing on what is best for any minors involved, the process can take its toll on all involved. That’s where mediation can come in—if there is a chance you and the opposing party can reach an agreement, consider letting a third party mediator assist you. [Read more…]

What Kind of Negotiation Skills Should a Family Mediator in Louisiana Have?

Mediation is the intervention in a dispute by a neutral third party who works with both sides to reach the most beneficial outcome for all parties involved. It’s a straight-forward process that can minimize pain and drama of courtroom litigation, but it takes a special type of person to be a successful mediator. [Read more…]

Three Tips for Setting Up a Trust Under Estate Law in Louisiana

A trust is a fiduciary arrangement that allows a trustee to control assets on behalf of named beneficiaries. The benefit of trusts is that the holder of a trust can express exactly how and when assets pass to beneficiaries or limit the use of the funds to particular expenses. [Read more…]

How is a Civil Mediator in Louisiana Different From a Judge?

Litigation is the resolving of a case inside a courtroom and letting a judge or a jury makes the final decision for both parties. It can be a lengthy, often expensive process that spans for months or years for discovery and obtaining trial dates that coordinate with schedules of the parties, lawyers, and judge. In a Judge trial in court, the judge makes the final decision on all issues and the judge’s decision is binding on all parties unless appealed and overturned by other judges. [Read more…]