Trusted Family Law
And Successions Advocacy

Experienced, Effective And Efficient

Our founding attorney, Erik E. Kjeldsen, began practicing law in 1992. His legal experience representing individuals and families spans from personal injury, family law matters, criminal proceedings, successions and probate matters, estate planning, business formations to general civil litigation.

In 1997, he launched Erik E. Kjeldsen, Attorney at Law, and uses his in-depth experience to now focus his practice on estate law matters, including successions and probate, as well as civil litigation issues and business formations.

Erik provides an efficient approach to all his cases. His philosophy saves his clients both time and money while providing high-quality legal services. He has earned a reputation within the legal community for being reasonable, yet tough when necessary to represent his clients’ best interests. To read more about attorney Kjeldsen’s professional background, please follow the link below.

Erik E. Kjeldsen

A Commitment To High-Quality Legal Services

The death of your loved one means a loss to your family, but it can also be a confusing time for finalizing their last wishes. If your loved one suddenly passed or did not express what their final wishes are, your family could lose precious time and money in court. Louisiana succession laws are uniquely complex to navigate without the help of a seasoned successions attorney. Our firm is committed to providing high-quality legal representation for your family’s legal needs.

In addition to successions and probate matters, we provide skilled legal services for:

Work With A Trusted Attorney Today

Get sensible legal representation to help you realize your business dreams or get you through your family’s vulnerable times after the death of a loved one. Attorney Kjeldsen will be with you every step of the way to ease your stress. To schedule a consultation at our Baton Rouge office, please complete our online form or call Erik E. Kjeldsen, Attorney at Law, at 225-250-1759.