Scott Richards Samuel is one of the founding members of Samuel & Coleman, L.L.C. He and his partner, George Read Coleman, pride themselves upon providing excellent results, cost-efficient representation and client satisfaction. Mr. Samuel is an experienced and dedicated attorney who focuses his practice on a wide variety of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, child support, adoption, prenuptial agreements and spousal support. He is a versatile and robust litigator who also accepts general litigation cases, including personal injury, premises liability, hurricane claims and workers’ compensation cases.
Mr. Samuel is a lifelong resident of New Orleans. As such, having lived here his entire life, he offers his clients not only a unique perspective on the various jurisdictions in which he practices, but he is also able to advise his clients as to how to properly proceed to obtain the best possible results for each individual client. Mr. Samuel graduated from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Prior to law school, he earned his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University. He is admitted to practice law before all Louisiana State and Federal courts.
Mr. Samuel is a proud member of the New Orleans community, serving Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. John the Baptist and St. Tammany parishes. Mr. Samuel seeks to serve his clients with the highest levels of dedication, insight and preparation. He prides himself on providing responses to clients as soon as feasible and he is willing to go above and beyond to satisfy each of his clients. He has been recognized by Louisiana Super Lawyer’s Magazine as a Rising Star and he has also been recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.
All of the information about Family Law and Divorce Law presented on this website is very general and intended to give the reader a basic understanding of these complicated and often misunderstood areas of Louisiana law. Do not make any decisions based on this information without consulting a qualified licensed attorney.