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My name is Craig Gibbs and I am a trial attorney. I have extensive courtroom and trial experience, having handled divorce and family law cases and trials in New Orleans and Jefferson Parish and throughout the state of Louisiana.

My background is a native of New Orleans who received my entire education in New Orleans. I attended Newman High School in New Orleans, Louisiana, Tulane University and Loyola School of Law. I graduated from Law School in 1992.

While in Law School, the majority of my work was for the District Attorney's Office in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. Additionally, I worked as an extern for the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal.

After graduating law school, I became an Assistant District Attorney in Jefferson Parish and worked there from 1992 until 1997. In 1997, I went into the private practice of law focusing on divorce and family law cases.

Therefore, my practice has always focused on divorce and family law cases.

Most importantly, when you come to my office for your free consultation you meet directly with me. When you leave as my client you know that I am the only attorney who will be representing you in your case. I will personally handle your case from start to finish and my objective is to secure the best possible outcome for my clients. This means that I am fully prepared to take a case to trial.

Please call me, Toll Free 877-900-2140, for the best possible representation of your divorce and family law cases.

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Craig E. Gibbs, Attorney at Law
4650 General DeGaulle Drive, Suite 216
New Orleans, LA 70131
Phone: 504-322-1261
Toll Free: 877-900-2140
Fax: 504-393-0719
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