Settle Legal Disputes

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Settle Legal Disputes

Providing Guidance that Leads to Positive Resolutions

Breedlove Law Firm: Trusted Legal Services

Pamela N. Breedlove

Attorney Mediator
Family Law and Divorce Attorney, Bossier City, Louisiana

Pamela N. Breedlove is an attorney at Breedlove Law Firm. She has been licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Georgia since 1992. Pam received her undergraduate degree in 1989 from the University of Southern Mississippi with honors. In 1992, she received her law degree from Georgia State University College of Law (cum laude), where she graduated 7th in her class. She also attended the Louisiana State University College of Law as a visiting student for her 3rd year of law school.

Upon graduation from law school, Pam served as a law clerk at the Fourth Judicial District Court in Monroe, Louisiana. Upon completion of her clerkship, she practiced for five years with a litigation firm in Monroe. Thereafter, Pam moved to Shreveport and continued her litigation career. In 2005, she expanded her litigation practice to include compliance work in healthcare and local government. In 2012, Pam opened the Breedlove Law Firm where she continued specializing in healthcare and local government and expanded her area of expertise to include Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Law, Family Law, Wills and Estate Planning, and Successions.

Pam was first trained as a mediator in 2006 at the Texas Women’s University, Office of Lifelong Learning and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. In 2014, she underwent extensive mediation training with the Mediation Company in New Orleans. She has successfully mediated family law disputes, successions, and personal injury cases. She uses her vast litigation experience to help others resolve their disputes.

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Ground Rules for All Mediations

The following basic ground rules apply to all mediations:

The rules are:

1. Allow other people to speak without interrupting.

2. Treat everyone with respect and refrain from name calling and insults.

3. Put your cell phones, beepers, etc., on silent or vibrate.

4. Clear your schedule so that you can concentrate on the mediation.

5. Agree to be patient.