Areas of concentration of practice are: Health Care Law; Business Formations; Corporate, Limited Liability Company and Partnership Law; Contracts and other Commercial-Business legal matters; Probate, Successions and Wills; Banking Law; Real Estate Law.
Paul Breaux has practiced law since 1972 after graduating from Louisiana State University Law School. Over his forty years of experience, his practice has included personal injury litigation, banking and commercial law, business, corporate, succession and health care law.
Paul Breaux's writings on corporate and health care issues are published regularly in the journal of LPA. His writings on health care reform have appeared in M.D. NEWS/Louisiana, and have been accepted by the Louisiana Hospital Association and by the Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society.
At some point, you may find it difficult or inconvenient to conduct some personal business that may easily be handled by a spouse, relative or trusted friend. For example, you may be temporarily ill and confined to home, or you may be in a hospital and unable to leave, or be without good transportation. Bank withdrawals and deposits, signing of deeds for sale of real estate, and other business affairs, all may be handled for you by another person if you have a power of attorney.More
Business formations, such as corporations and limited liability companies, and the transactional and other commercial and legal needs of business entities of many varied types. Extensive experience also includes preparing and evaluating contracts, leases and other legal needs encountered in the conduct of business
Counseling and advising health care professionals, such as physicians, pharmacists, hospice agencies and others, on the formation of their practices, acquisitions of practices, and Medicare/Medicaid, fraud and abuse, HIPAA medical privacy and security, licensure and other legislative, administrative and regulatory issues.
Aid and counseling clients in areas of elder and personal planning needs such as division of property, wills, powers of attorney, estates and probate of testaments1