Russell R Hodges, Attorney
Russell Hodges is the owner and operator of the Hodges Law Firm. He has been licensed to practice law since 1987. In 1996 Russell opened a private law practice, after having previously worked as a State's attorney and for other lawyers. He handles all manor of Family Law cases, these cases range from simple divorces to contested child custody and visitation, including child support and spousal support. He also handles cases brought by the State against individuals, examples of such cases are OCS (child welfare cases) or DDS (support enforcement). He has also handled numerous cases involving Restraining Orders and/or Injunctions. Russell is also available for cases involving the partition (splitting) of community property.
For the convenience of Spanish speaking clients, Russell tambien habla espanol.
|Education:||Louisiana State University|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Louisiana 1992|
U.S. District Court Middle District of Louisiana 1988
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit 1992
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