Benjamin B. Dean

Attorney in Monroe, LA

Areas of Law

  • Foreclosures
  • Collections
  • Real Estate
  • Creditor Bankruptcy


Client Rating

Overall Client Rating

in Bankruptcy
1.0 out of 5.0

Communication Ability
Quality of Service
Value for Money

  • Data based on 1 reviews
  • Last reviewed on 01/17/14
Posted by a Consumer on 01/17/14
1.0 out of 5.0
extorted $15K from me. filed for illegal foreclosure,i agreed to pay $5K in illegal charges to get it over with,refused to accept payment for months to increase fees.never received ANYTHiNG from them or wells fargo1! learned Dean Morris filed with sheriff when a realtor knocked on the door,asked to buy the house before auction! i called sheriff, they were familiar w/ Dean Morris's activities,helped me have time to at least try to contact them, also look into 'property flipping scam' after katrina Dean Morris was participant
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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 2005, Louisiana and U.S. District Court, Eastern, Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana

Law School Attended

Mississippi College School of Law
Class of 2005
cum laude

University Attended

Louisiana State University
Class of 2001

Birth Information

Born in 1978
Monroe, Louisiana, November 30, 1978

Associations & Memberships

Fourth Judicial District, Louisiana State and American Bar Associations.

Contact Information




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Office Information
Benjamin B. Dean
 1505 North 19th Street, P.O. Box 2867,
Monroe, LA 71207


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