Making The Complex

Helping You Find Solutions In The Divorce Process

If you are considering divorce in Louisiana, your fears and uncertainty about the future are real. Whether you are most concerned about your children, your financial stability or other issues, every decision matters. No one knows for sure how a divorce case will go. That makes it critical to work with an experienced lawyer who is prepared to deal effectively with any level of conflict.

At Nicaud & Sunseri Law Firm, LLC, we advise and represent divorcing spouses in St. Tammany Parish, Metairie and throughout the New Orleans area. We have more than 50 years of combined legal experience, and we are focused on the concerns that matter most to families, including finding the best paths to resolution of all issues in divorce.

Attorney Michelle Demerest-Sunseri is a highly trained collaborative divorce professional who is also a formidable, effective litigator. She represents clients on the Northshore, including Madisonville, Mandeville and all of St. Tammany Parish.

Your Resource For High-Asset Divorce On The Northshore And The Southshore

As our client, you will begin with a face-to-face discussion focused on your unique challenges and goals, and you will communicate directly with your attorney through every phase of your case. We will offer clear guidance based on factors such as the anger levels and other dynamics within your family and any issues likely to be disputed — including child custody, visitation, support and the division of high-value, complex assets.

We consistently pursue the least painful, most cost-effective ways to get the men, women and families we serve through divorce. We are equally comfortable and accomplished in:

  • Assisting the parties in completing a “kitchen table divorce,” in which the divorcing spouses have already reached acceptable agreements and they simply need an attorney to guide them through the legal process and create legally binding agreements
  • Representing your interests in a co-mediation fashion, sometimes called a four-way approach, in which both parties have agreed to work together along with their lawyers
  • Pursuing a collaborative divorce, which involves a team-based approach that calls for the participation of other trained collaborative professionals such as mental health coaches, child coaches and financial coaches

Let’s Work Together To Protect Your Rights And Future

If you are seeking productive, genuinely caring legal counsel backed by the proven ability to stand up for you in court, we invite you to call 504-662-9596 or 985-218-0494, or contact us online. We welcome Northshore and Southshore clients, and our phones are answered 24/7.