Family Law Attorney
In many ways, family law is the most difficult area of the law. Dealing with issues of divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and domestic violence claims is stressful and often traumatic. Attorney Charles Branton understands the implicit sensitivity of family law issues and strives to deliver the highest quality legal care coupled with a sense of compassion.
Charles Branton has been practicing family law for over 30 years and is well versed in family law matters. He has a proven track record negotiating settlements, handling mediations, and exercising a collaborative approach designed to help families during trying times. Charles Branton is well known in the Northshore communities and was recognized by New Orleans City Business as one of the top 50 lawyers in the region. He can advise you on all aspects of family law.
Clients of Branton Law Firm are considered part of the family. Every new client receives a free initial consultation, and discounted services are considered on a case-by-case basis for those who qualify.
Let attorney Charles Branton help you navigate the following areas of family law:
- Paternity & Father’s Rights
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Prenuptial Agreements
- DCFS / Juvenile Defense
- Domestic Violence
- Spousal Support & Alimony
- Marital Contracts
Charles Branton serves clients in St. Tammany, Washington, Jefferson, and Orleans Parish and services clients who reside in Covington, Slidell, Madisonville, Mandeville, New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Harahan, Gretna, Pearl River, Lacombe, Folsom, Hammond, Abita Springs, Bush, Franklinton, Bogalusa, Sun and other Northshore and Metro New Orleans areas.
Contact Branton Law Firm today and set-up your free family law consultation.
Not all divorces are a battle, but all divorces do require a lawyer. No matter the specifics of your divorce, the right lawyer can guide you through hurdles such as property ownership rights, name changes, fault vs. no-fault divorce, and more. When you work with an experienced legal professional you are no longer burdened with the responsibility of understanding complex legal issues on your own.
Charles Branton’s decades of experience in family law and his status as a Louisiana State Bar Association-certified mediator provide a level of experience and expertise that few lawyers possess. His knowledge of family law and mediation issues can be put to work for you.
Congratulations on your decision to adopt: it’s a heartwarming choice that will bring you joy for the rest of your life. However, adoption isn’t just an emotional process – it’s a legal process, too, and comes with built-in issues like birth parent rights, open versus closed, and much more. You’ll need the right legal professional in your corner to guide you through the ins-and-outs of adoption law. Whether you’re adopting domestically or abroad, an infant or a teenager, you can rest easy with Branton Law Firm as your legal support. Learn more >
Paternity and Father’s Rights
Charles Branton is a Northshore Father’s Rights Attorney who has assisted both fathers and mothers in this area of the law for over 30 years. Whether you are the father or mother seeking to establish paternity of a child, you can rely on Charles Branton to provide prompt, qualified, and aggressive legal help. Learn more >
Our complex legal system can jeopardize your right to see the most precious people in the world: your children. Child custody is an emotional issue, which makes it difficult for parents to think objectively while navigating the custody process. That’s why it’s important to hire a lawyer with extensive experience in family law. We know you have an uncompromising commitment to your family, and so does attorney Charles Branton. Learn more >
“Mr. Branton has handled my family’s legal matters in a caring and competent manner. He explains everything and is compassionate to the matters at hand. I highly recommend Mr. Branton for legal counsel.”Kelly B.
You can’t raise a child on love alone. It takes financial support to give your child the best you can offer, from a solid education to healthy food and clean clothes. If you’ve gone through a divorce or other situation that requires child support, you want to get every penny possible to ensure a bright future for your child. Charles Branton has an impeccable reputation in the Covington and Northshore family law communities. Learn more >
Prenuptial agreements offer protection and ensure well-being for both you and your partner. Having a legal eye on your prenuptial agreement is the first key step in getting what you want and need whether in court or in your marriage. Learn more >
When your child faces legal trouble you need an expert juvenile lawyer to help work through the turmoil. Whether your child or teenager is facing criminal allegations such as vandalism, truancy, theft, or more serious issues like assault or underage drinking, rest assured that Branton Law Firm will fight to preserve your child’s promising future. Learn more >
Domestic violence is one of the most difficult areas of family law. Charles Branton’s in-depth experience with domestic violence issues gives him a critical advantage when handling your case. He has spent many years representing clients in both civil and criminal proceedings involving domestic violence and domestic abuse battery. Learn more >
Spousal Support & Alimony
When the earning power between spouses is not equal—whether because one spouse has stayed home to raise children and is not presently in the workforce, or because one spouse has a higher paying job than the other—there is a need for continued financial assistance for one of the parties after a divorce. Let Charles Branton navigate this complicated process for you. Learn more >
Learn your rights and secure your future – no matter what happens in your marriage.
Marital contracts like prenuptial agreements have both benefits and limitations. Whether you’ve signed a prenuptial agreement, postnuptial agreement, or any other kind of marital contract, we can guide you through complex legal issues like marital assets, rights to last names, property ownership rights, and much more. Learn more >