Charmaine Thomas-Johnson is a proud alumnus of Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Prior to completing law school, she worked as legal assistant to some of New Orleans’ most esteemed legal minds. For 14 years, Ms. Thomas-Johnson has focused her law practice on consumer debt relief including Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy, assisting clients in reaching financial stability in Louisiana. She enjoys helping her clients understand and navigate the stressful legal word of debt relief. As an advocate for the consumer, Ms. Thomas-Johnson advises and assists her clients with determine which option is the right direction to resolve all debt issues as they arise.
Her passion to help others has driven her experience in debt relief, Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcies as well as of counsel for small businesses, personal injury, civil litigation, family law, Estate planning and Successions. She has taught a debt relief courses to first time homebuyers. Charmaine is also an active member of the Krewe of Femme Fatale, an all-female Mardi Gras Krewe in New Orleans. In her spare time, Charmaine enjoys reading books, spa time with her daughters, watching her daughter horseback ride and watching her son play football.