Christopher Granger grew up in Washington, Louisiana. He attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and went on to the Southern University Law Center, where he graduated with honors and received his Juris Doctorate.
After law school, Chris developed a diverse practice where he provides his clients with legal representation in a large variety of matters. He currently serves as the town attorney for Grand Coteau, Sunset and the Village of Cankton. Chris serves as the board attorney for the St. Landry Parish Sales and Use Tax Commission, the St. Landry Parish Tourist Commission, and is also the attorney for multiple water districts and drainage districts within St. Landry Parish.
He is married to Meghan Granger, his high school sweetheart. They have 3 children - Eli, John Luke, and Grayson. Chris is an avid New Orleans Saints fan and loves anything outdoors, especially hunting.
Benjamin Trant currently serves as the Magistrate for the Town of Sunset and the Town of Arnaudville. Benjamin also sits on a board that is forming a French Immersion charter school in the old Sunset High School building. Deeply rooted in the Sunset and Grand Coteau area, Benjamin follows in the footsteps of his Grandfather, Dr. John Fruge and Uncle, Robert Fruge in starting local businesses designed to serve the community.
Benjamin received his Bachelor's Degree in History from UL, then earned his law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. Benjamin now happily resides in Grand Coteau with his wife, Holly and their two dogs, Maple and Tupelo.
Benjamin is an avid outdoorsman who spends nearly all his free time exploring the country on hunting and river expeditions.
J. C. Leger
Justin is from Church Point, Louisiana and still resides on the outskirts of the town. Justin attended Tulane University, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and received his JD from the Southern University Law Center. He is active in community development and cultural preservation. He has a beautiful daughter named Della Louise.
When not in the office, you may catch Justin playing fiddle at local festivals or clubs, dancing with his daughter, and celebrating his culture and heritage.