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Why Knight Law Firm?

At Knight Law Firm, we are empathetic to our clients, and work relentlessly to achieve the best results for each of our clients. Knight Law Firm is committed to being strategic, assertive, and devoted to our client's cases from beginning to end.

Additionally, Knight Law Firm strives to relieve our client's emotional burdens during the process of family law disputes.

With our clients' best interest in forefront, we aim to reach settlement for our clients when achievable. When unable to do so, Robert T. Knight is prepared to aggressively represent our client's day in court.


Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Community Property
  • Child Custody
  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice

Legacy of Success

Robert Knight is into his second decade of practice. He uses that experience to help you down a path to the results you need. Check out our testimonials, and then schedule your initial consultation today.

Our Approach

At Knight Law Firm, we use aggressive creative litigation tactics to solve complex problems. We endeavor to achieve the best results for our clients every time with careful advise and relentless preparation.


Child Custody

When parties have a child or children, a custody order must be sought. This order sets out rules and regulations regarding which parent has custody of the child at which times. Additionally, a multitude of other items can be included in a custody...

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High Net Worth Divorce

We are an advocate for clients in complex divorces.  A divorce is an emotionally draining process for many clients and their families and is further complicated for high net worth individuals.  An experienced divorce and family law attorney...

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Grandparent Rights

In Louisiana family law, the court can appoint a non parent, such as a grandparent and award custody of a child to that non parent.  While these cases are unusual, as the parents have the fundamental right to their child, a judge does have that...

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Child Support

In Louisiana, child support is governed by a set of guidelines regarding both parents’ gross incomes.  A formula is used to calculate the amount of child support.  For a parent who has custody of a child or children, a request for...

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Community Property Division

Property acquired before the marriage or acquired by inheritance or gift during the marriage remains the separate property of the person receiving the gift or owning the property. Additionally if one person obtains a personal injury settlement that is...

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Spousal Support

A party’s right to spousal support is limited to his or her need, and the other party’s ability to pay. There is no set table or guideline for spousal support which means that the Judge has wide discretion in either ordering alimony or...

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There are a number of ways to obtain a divorce in Louisiana.  Under LA C.C. 102, a Petition for Divorce is filed and served upon the other party.  Once the parties have lived separate and apart for six months after service, then they are...

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