Baton Rouge Divorce Attorneys
Are You Considering Divorce?
We choose to help those seeking a divorce for a simple reason: We do not like the way some attorneys handle their clients. We feel that many divorce attorneys omit the personal difficulties that are inherent in a divorce and therefore fail to provide compassion and counseling.
Divorce may be common, but it is one of the most complicated legal issues in the judicial system. It is in your best interest to seek the advice of a divorce lawyer to help you navigate the laws governing divorce.
Difficult Divorce Questions to Consider
If a divorce is inevitable for your marriage, then it is best to prepare for the impending damages that will be caused.
A couple facing or considering divorce must consider the following difficult questions:
- How long will it be before I am legally divorced?
- Is legal separation an option?
- Who will pay the remainder of our debts?
- Will I have to pay alimony?
- Who receives ownership of our property?
- Who will receive custody of our children?
How a Divorce Lawyer Can Help
Experience and education have adequately prepared our attorneys for the legal and emotional difficulties in divorce cases. Our attorneys and staff utilize professional skills and technology to present your case in a manner that all involved parties will comprehend. Our commitment is to provide quality, cost-effective, and responsive legal services.
Upon consulting with our firm, you will know that you have skilled and aggressive divorce attorneys working for you. Our lawyers focus on solutions to your immediate issues and help you develop a long-term plan to deal with future needs.
When Should I Call an Attorney?
Being one of the most stressful and agonizing times in any person’s life, we understand the need to resolve divorce as quickly and economically as possible. Every client and every case are different, and each requires a unique approach. When you are ready, contact our Baton Rouge divorce lawyers to discuss and review your case.
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"Never expected to be in a predicament where I would need to hire an attorney but, I wouldn’t recommend anyone but, B&T. They helped my father in his predicament and they’ve helped me in mine. Continuous support throughout the entire process"Den'a Wells
"They are professional and go above and beyond customer satisfaction. I was informed every step of the way on updates and case progress. I highly recommend this firm for all your legal needs!! I am thankful for all they have done for me!!"Barb Nemerovsky
"Beall & Thies was very welcoming. I would definitely recommend them. My attorney, Aaron Humphrey didn’t only make sure I didn’t have to worry about my case, but also treated me like I mattered. Thanks for everything you guys did for me and "Chrystal Woods Graham
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Russell W. Beall
"Russell W. Beall is a founding partner in the Baton Rouge law firm of Beall & Thies LLC. His main emphasis of practice is on Civil Litigation including Torts, Products Liability, and Premises Liability. Russell is a frequent guest speaker at Louisiana State University Law School where he participates in the Appellate Advocacy Program and the Professionalism Orientation. He earned his B.A. degree at Louisiana State University (1998) and his J.D Louisiana State University Law School (2001). Russell is an active member of the Louisiana Association for Justice and is frequently invited to be a guest speaker at continuing legal education seminars."Read Full Bio
William W. Thies
"William W. Thies was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1974 moving with his family to Slidell, Louisiana at seven years of age. Mr. Thies graduated from Slidell High School in 1992. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in history and political science from Louisiana State University in 1996 and his Juris Doctorate from the Southern University Law Center in 2001. He was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar Association in May 2002. He is a member of the Baton Rouge, Louisiana, American Bar Associations, and the Louisiana Association of Justice. He is admitted to practice in all state courts, the United States District Court for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Louisiana, as well as the United States Supreme Court."Read Full Bio
"Jacob H. Thomas is originally from the Piney Hills of North Louisiana, known for producing great litigators such as Huey P. Long as well as several other notable statesmen on the both the federal and state levels.Read Full Bio
Jake is a graduate of Jonesboro-Hodge High School and Northwestern State University where he was a member of the Theta Mu chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, the NSU Presidential Leadership Program, and the Inter-Fraternity Council serving as Vice President."
"Aaron Humphreys joined Beall & Thies, LLC as an associate attorney in the fall of 2016. He was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar Association in May of 2016. Aaron is also a member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the Louisiana Association of Justice."Read Full Bio
"George G. Caballero practices general civil law and focuses on plaintiff’s personal injury, wills, and successions. George joined Beall & Thies as of counsel in 2017 after starting Caballero Law Firm in 1993. Mr. Caballero has over thirty years of experience as an attorney and has served clients in various matters ranging from business and tort litigation, business, family law, and successions.Read Full Bio
Mr. Caballero is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and Mississippi College School of Law. Upon graduation, he immediately went into the private practice of law, practicing in both Louisiana and Mississippi."
Jewel “Trae” E. Welch, III
"Trae is a lifelong resident of the Baker-Zachary area. Trae is the son of The Honorable Judge Duke Welch, currently presiding on the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals, and former East Baton Rouge Councilwoman, Roxson Welch. Trae is married to the former Lynn Caldwell of Tallulah, Louisiana. Together Trae and Lynn are raising their two children Quade and Vivian."Read Full Bio
Our client-centered approach is just one of the factors that have helped us obtain multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for our clients.