Charlsey Wolff, married to Bennett Wolff, raised two children, Vanessa and David, in the New Orleans area. She lived three years in France (Montpellier and Nice) prior to returning to the U.S. She attended law school in France, while owning two businesses, a restaurant in Montpellier (Hamburger Stop) and in Nice (delicatessen) and working for Berlitz School of Languages, in Nice. She returned to the United States and Mrs. Wolff received a Bachelor of Arts in French Literature in 1981 from Southeastern Louisiana University. She graduated from Tulane University Law School cum laude in 1986. She received a Masters in French Literature from University of New Orleans in 1992.
Mrs. Wolff has practiced in the areas of family law, real estate, labor law, personal injury, worker’s compensation, longshore and harbor workers’ compensation and social security disability. Additionally, she has served her community through volunteer work, including Touro Synagogue Sisterhood, and City Park Nola Bark. Currently, she is the President of the New Orleans and Metairie chapter of MADD. Mrs. Wolff currently serves as treasurer of Louisiana Worker’s Advocates. She is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, the New Orleans Bar Association and the Eastern District of Louisiana.
The Law Office of Wolff & Wolff is located in two Metairie locations and we are proud to serve the Southeastern Parishes of Louisiana.