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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.

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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.

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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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Keeping a Family Law Issue From Escalating

While no one wants to be part of a family law conflict in Louisiana, they do happen from time to time. Knowing how to handle these challenges can keep emotions from running out of control as well as minimizing the costs and effort you have to spend in order to resolve the issue. To the extent that you can, try to keep the conflict from going any further.

A legal dispute between family members can be especially difficult to deal with when the tension level is getting worse. Try not to make any ultimatums or threats to the other parties involved, but if you notice that the dispute is getting to this level, you need to contact an attorney.

Just the act of hiring a family lawyer can be helpful for keeping the conflict managed more effectively because it signals that you are serious. The other party may contact a family lawyer of their own and get advice about the best course of action to proceed. This goes both ways, so you might find out once you have talked to your own attorney that your position on the issue may not be supported by law or enforced by a judge. Either way, it is beneficial to get a professional’s opinion when family conflicts are escalating so you can evaluate your possible next steps.

Sometimes keeping the conflict under control may require you to limit communication to email or text messages or even to cut off communication with the other party in the short term. You can try to work things out together once you’ve determined whether legal action is necessary. Communication from a lawyer may help limit the extent of the conflict and allow you to resolve the issues before they escalate further.