Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson, LLP
106 Park Avenue P.O. Box 1109
Eunice, LA 70535
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Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson, LLP
Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson, LLP is a firm focusing on estate planning, probate, trust administration and elder law issues. Based in Eunice, LA, our mission is to provide residents of Eunice and surrounding areas with quality estate planning resources, such as assistance with Living Trusts, Wills (simple & complex), Probate, Trust Administration, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and Charitable Giving. When you visit or call our office, we want you to feel comfortable discussing such an important issue concerning both you and your family. We want to arm you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your family's future. Visit our online Estate Planning Information Center to obtain timely, quality information on estate planning and related issues, including complimentary issues of our Special Reports and Estate Planning News articles. Residents of Eunice and surrounding areas can register to attend our Estate Planning Seminars.
About John Pucheu
John has been a partner for twenty-four years in Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson, L.L.P., a small-town family firm that was begun by his father in 1950. For over fifty years, Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson has primarily focused on litigation representing accident victims seeking justice through the legal system. John began practicing with his father and brother in 1979. After the death of Jacque B. Pucheu in 1984, Michael Robinson joined the partnership and the firm name was changed to reflect that fact.
Although a large portion of John’s practice is related to personal injury cases, he also handles a lot of business and probate litigation. His significant trials, both jury and non-jury, include matters as diverse as automobile accidents, contested collation, a contract nullified on grounds of “contra bono mores” by the Court of Appeal, contested corporate dissolutions, criminal counterfeiting, estate litigation on numerous issues, farm equipment franchise terminations, medical and legal malpractice, product liability, redhibition, a sailor lost at sea, shareholder derivative actions, tax litigation, undue influence in wills, and wrongful termination of various types of contracts (from “A to W” and waiting for cases involving X, Y and Z.) Although John enjoys conducting bench trials, he feels one of the best parts of being a trial lawyer is the challenge of communicating with a jury and helping them identify with, understand, and rule in favor of a truly deserving litigant. Although John is a plaintiff’s trial lawyer, in his paralegal classes, he strives to teach both sides of personal injury law because he recognizes that many of his students end up working for defense-oriented firms.
John has taught personal injury law in the paralegal program at LSU-Eunice for many years and has been actively involved in community activities including helping coach the Eunice High School mock trial team for several years. John is a member of the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the American Bar Association, the Louisiana State Bar Association and the St. Landry Parish Bar Association. He is a past president and active member of the Rotary Club of Eunice and has served several terms as an officer and Director of the Eunice Chamber of Commerce.
Master of Laws, University of Miami, 1979
Juris Doctor, Louisiana State University, 1978
B.S., Louisiana State University, 1973
Admitted to practice law in the State of Louisiana.
Also admitted to practice in United States Tax Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, United States District Courts, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana
About the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
The Academy is a national organization dedicated to promoting excellence in estate planning by providing its exclusive membership of attorneys with up-to-date research on estate and tax planning, educational materials, and other important resources to empower them to provide superior estate planning services. The Academy expects members to have at least 36 hours of legal education each year specifically in estate, tax, probate and/or elder law subjects. To ensure this goal is met, the Academy provides over 40 hours of continuing legal education each year. Since 1993, the Academy has also been a highly-regarded and sought-after resource for attorneys and consumers alike, and has been recognized by Consumer Reports, Suze Orman in her book, 9 Steps to Financial Freedom and numerous times by Money Magazine.