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Belle Terre is Louisiana French for "Beautiful Earth".

"When Justice is served, the Earth is Beautiful."

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Flat Fees 

Belle Terre Law  Firm has implemented unique, customer friendly pricing for our legal services. The basic feature of our pricing is that we work carefully with our clients to arrive at a customized price for specific services. Prior to commencement of representation, our clients know the full fee in advance – no surprises.

More About Flat Fees

Here at Belle Terre Law Firm, our fees reflect the quality of our services!

We do not compromise on quality or the value of our legal services. We don't "nickel and dime" or charge out-of-pocket expenses.
To minimize the risks of associated with Business, Cannabis, Copyright/Trademark, and Litigation matters, once your invoice has been paid, we move expeditiously to work on your legal matter. 
We are by no means the least expensive law firm you can hire. If the absolute lowest fee is all you care about, just realize that if you hire the attorney who quotes the lowest fee, you run the risk of getting less expertise and professionalism for your legal needs.
As a virtual, cloud based law firm, we are able to provide you with customized flat fee pricing to meet your legal needs. 
We don't charge you extra to call or email us. 
  • Does an Expungement Erase My Record?
    No! An expungement does NOT erase your criminal record. An expungement SEALS your past criminal convictions or arrests from PUBLIC view, meaning public agencies (employers, landlords, etc.) do not have access to your past criminal record.
  • How long does it take for the expungement to be complete?
    The time it takes for an expungement to be complete (accepted by the courts), depends on the District Court that you are filing in. Expungements can take between 8-12 months. In some situations, it can take longer. When having an attorney file your expungement for you, you can rest assure that your attorney will keep up with the process of your expungements, and update you on any new information.
  • I am trying to apply for jobs, ASAP but I need an expungement! Can you expedite this for me?"
    The expungement process can not be expedited. It is an official court process, that must go through all of the checks and balances of the court system before it is approved. Remember, an expungement can take between 8-12 months before it is approved and your criminal record is sealed from public record. It is best to start the expungement process at least 8 months before seeking employment.
  • What is the cost of an Expungement?
    Securing a Louisiana Expungement is critical to putting your past behind you and moving forward with your life. The price of expungements can vary based on your arrest record, how many expungements you need, DWI charges, felony and misdemeanor charges. Belle Terre Law Firm offers flat fee pricing for Louisiana expungements. This means that the price our attorneys quote you, is the only price that you pay until the end of your case. Belle Terre Law Firm does not charge by the hour. Once you pay, you will never be sent another bill. Belle Terre Law Firm does require a consultation before quoting a price for a Louisiana expungement. Included in all Louisiana Expungement Flat Fee Legal Services are:

About Flat Fees

This is an actual quote from another law firm’s website: “There is no way to predict the total cost of your legal matter.”

Would you buy a house, a car, get a haircut or pay for any other service without knowing how much the total cost is? Of course not.

So why do Attorneys expect you to hire them and refuse to tell you how much it will cost?​ What they really are saying is: “We can’t tell you because we bill by the hour, so the longer the case takes, the more money we make.”

The truth about retainers!

Low-priced retainers sound really tempting. The truth about retainers is that the "low-price" you were quoted, was just to get you into the door. Retainers are billed at hourly rates, so once "they" blow through that initial retainer, you will receive more invoices telling you that you need to pay even more money to continue your case, or else they will withdraw representation. Leaving you frantically searching for more money or scrambling to find another attorney (even more money). 

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