Turgeau Law Firm, LLC -            "Let Us Protect Your Rights"
About Attorney:
                GEORGIA G. TURGEAU, J.D., M.Ed.
                             Attorney and Notary Public
GEORGIA G. TURGEAUis an experienced trial attorney and a member of the following professional organizations:
  • American Bar Association
  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Louisiana Association for Justice
  • Covington Bar Association
  • Slidell Bar Association
  • St. Tammany Parish Inns of Court    
Georgia G. Turgeau is licensed to practice in all district courts throughout the state of Louisiana, as well as the United States Federal Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.                     
Georgia G. Turgeau, a former high school teacher, has a Master's Degree +30 from Southeastern Louisiana University, as well as her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University Law School in New Orleans.
Georgia G. Turgeau worked with "At Risk" children at the high school level for a number of years.  This experience prepared her well for the practice of Juvenile Law.
Georgia G. Turgeau served on the Board of Directors for Safe Harbor of St. Tammany Parish and served as Secretary for Safe Harbor.  She now represents clients with Domestic Violence cases, whether male or female.
Georgia G. Turgeau also practices Divorce Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury, and General Civil Law.  (See HOME page)
Georgia G. Turgeau, originally from New Orleans and Metairie, Louisiana, has lived on the North Shore for the past 32 years.  She is married, the mother of two adult children, and grandmother to two of the smartest, most adorable grandsons on the planet.
Georgia G. Turgeau works hard for her clients and gives each of them the personal attention they want, expect to receive, and deserve.  She is sensitive to their needs and the situations in which they find they require the assistance of an attorney.
Georgia G. Turgeau spends time during the initial consultation to become acquainted with all of the facts surrounding any matter which a client may present.  Clients are kept abreast of their cases by mail, telephone calls, and email.