Your Standards Are High. Ours Are, Too.
You have the right to want a certain outcome. You have the right to expect that your case will be handled with respect and care in pursuit of that outcome, with your time frame and budget in mind. Your standards are high, and you do not need to compromise them.
At the law firm of Weems, Schimpf, Haines & Moore (APLC), our adherence to the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct are evident in all we do, as is our willingness to work hard to achieve success for the individuals, families and businesses we represent.
Over the course of more than 35 years serving Shreveport and northwestern Louisiana, our experienced lawyers have earned a reputation for dependability and results. That means peace of mind for you, regardless of the legal challenge you face.
“Kenneth Haines has special insight into how the appeals process works in Louisiana, having clerked for judges in both the Louisiana Second Court of Appeal and the Louisiana Supreme Court…”
Wide-Ranging Legal Services
We handle a wide variety of legal challenges, from business law to family law to estates to personal injury and wrongful death claims.
Experience is a quality that our clients value and that our attorneys exemplify. Many of our attorneys have been practicing in their particular area of law for decades and are well-prepared to assist you, no matter how complex your case. Whether handling the sale of a business or complex property division in divorce, our attorneys don’t just scratch the surface of a legal issue. We pay attention to the details to make sure your interests are protected.
In every case, we customize the legal strategy based on your circumstances and needs. We are trial-ready when disputes require a more aggressive approach. We are also skillful in negotiating and using methods of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation to achieve positive outcomes. Our team includes certified mediators who can handle fast-track mediation.
We also have a strong appellate practice and are certified in appeals by the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization.