Filing for divorce, dealing with child custody or spousal support, visitation, third-party adoptions, and similar family law issues can be very overwhelming to most people.  Having an experienced lawyer in your corner is invaluable.

 You will need help and representation. Since 2008, Koshaneke N. Gilbert, has been representing clients throughout their family law issues and divorce proceedings.

Since each family law case is different, a consultation will be necessary to evaluate your case and determine the fee for representation. Initial consultations are free. We also, offer $500.00 uncontested divorces (excluding court costs and fees). 

Choosing the Law Office of Koshaneke N. Gilbert, LLC., means you will always have an attorney handling your case and making sure you are getting the best legal representation!

​Family Law Cases handled by the firm include, but are not limited to:

​​                       Divorces                                          Grandparent's Rights

                       Adoptions                                        Restraining Orders

                       Child custody           ​                      Child support

​                       Name change                                 Father's Rights                                  



  • Neck/Back Injury
  • Amputation       
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Broken Bone(s)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Wrongful Death

 When  you have been injured in an accident by someone else's negligence, you do not want nor need the additional stress of dealing with insurance adjusters or finding health care providers to treat you if you do not have health insurance. I am here to assist you with such issues.

Your initial consultation is free and you do not have to pay a single penny until I win your case.

Personal Injury cases handled by the firm include, but are not limited to:

  • 18 Wheeler Accident
  • Car Accident
  • Bus Accident       
  • Airplane Accident
  • Train Accident

In Louisiana, you can get a DWI (driving while intoxicated), sometimes called a DUI , if you drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or higher, regardless of whether your driving ability was actually impaired. However, you can also get a DWI if you drive while “under the influence” of alcohol, drugs, or any combination of the two. You’re considered under the influence if—as the result of ingesting drugs and/or alcohol—you don’t have normal use of your “physical and mental faculties.”

Individuals who are facing drunk driving charges must secure the legal guidance and representation of a talented and dedicated criminal defense attorney. The penalties you may face include jail time, significant fines, and the loss of your driving privilege. You have constitutional rights, and those rights must be protected. We will put all of our skill, experience, and talent to work on your behalf to ensure you are not wrongfully convicted.