Attorneys located in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Navigating the legal process can be challenging, especially for the first time. You may be uncertain about where to begin and what to expect.
At the New Orleans office of Rittenberg, Samuel & Phillips, LLC, we provide the sound legal counsel that you need to make informed decisions. Our attorneys will aggressively protect your rights - and new will keep you formed every step of the way.
We take pride in being responsive to your needs. We promptly return phone calls and emails.
Please call us at 504-524-5555 to schedule an appointment.
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact Rittenberg, Samuel & Phillips, L.L.C.:
To schedule an appointment, call 504-524-5555.
At the New Orleans law office of Rittenberg, Samuel & Phillips, L.L.C., our lawyers deliver accessible, responsive, competent and professional representation that strives to help you attain your legal goals.
We take pride in being responsive to your needs and promptly return all calls.
Our experienced attorneys prepare wills (Last Will and Testament) and we probate wills and open successions proceedings in court.
We also represent members of the American Federation of Teachers who are referred to us by the Federation. Please note: we do not represent students or parents in education or school law matters.
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 5:00, and home or hospital visits are available by appointment.
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