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The Louisiana Eviction process can be overwhelming for a landlord and scary for a tenant.

Do not handle the eviction process on your own.

Chareese Queen Haile Cajun Cannabis Conf

Chareese "Queen" Haile, Esq. 

Louisiana Evictions

Belle Terre Law Firm represents landlords and tenants at eviction hearings, eviction appeals, and wrongful eviction cases. 

We also help landlords and home owners evict squatters and tenants who do not pay their rent, or damage rental  property.

Ready to protect your rental property with a valid Louisiana lease, need help with a squatter, or do you need help evicting your tenant?  Book a consultation to get started.

More About Evictions in Louisiana

Need a Louisiana Eviction Lawyer? Protect your landlord/tenant rights!

For Louisiana landlords and tenants, protecting your rights starts with a solid commercial or residential lease.
Tenants have rights too! Tenants deserve their day in court and legal representation against unlawful evictions. 
To minimize the risks and liabilities as a landlord, it is always wise to have a Louisiana lawyer draft a commercial or residential lease for your rental property. Downloading a general lease template from the internet, can result in serious legal issues- including not being able to evict your tenant. 
Louisiana landlords and property owners MUST follow the law in order to correctly evict a squatter or tenant. Failure to follow Louisiana law can result in the squatter or tenant remaining in your rental property and you owing the tenant money.
As a virtual, cloud based law firm, we are able to provide lease and eviction services to landlords and tenants in all 64 parishes of Louisiana. We offer customized flat fee pricing to meet your needs. 
We don't bill by the hour. We charge flat fees (you know up front what you are paying). We also don't charge you extra to call or email us. 

The truth about evictions in Louisiana!

The eviction process can be overwhelming for landlords.


The process can be scary for tenants, who wants to end up on the street?


Free leases, eviction forms, and "legal advice" from the internet sound really tempting. The truth about those free items is that many of them are not in accordance with Louisiana laws. Even if a Justice of the Peace, City Court Judge, or District Court Judge grants an eviction, a tenant still has the right to appeal the eviction. 


A landlord can't use force or violence to remove a squatter/tenant. You must go through the eviction process in order to remove a squatter/tenant from your property. 

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