Susan Culpepper graduated from LSU Law School in 1991. She found her niche in family law in 2012 when her family moved to Oxford, Mississippi. Her love of family law and introduction to bankruptcy cases expanded while she worked as managing attorney at North MS Rural Legal Services.
Susan has practiced law in Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, and New Jersey. She has recently made her way back home to the South and is practicing law in New Orleans, Jackson, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Susan loves multi-tasking and excels at handling a high-volume case load with both proficiency and ease. Her favorite types of cases are divorce; child custody and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
“It is a pleasure to be able to assist others in navigating a legal system which can be especially daunting when stress and emotions are running high.” – Susan Culpepper
Service: Covid-19 Relief, Covid-19 Employment Law, Bankruptcy Attorney, Bankruptcy Lawyer, Bankruptcy Chapter 7, Bankruptcy Chapter 13, Family Law, Divorce Law, Father’s rights, Child Support, Paternity, Child Visitation, Personal Injury.
- Address830 Union St., Ste. 300, New Orleans, LA 70112
- CategoryAttorneys / Lawyers, Bankruptcy Attorney, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Child Support, Child Visitation, Divorce & Family Law Litigation, Employment Law, Father’s rights, Paternity, Personal Injury
- LocationAmite County (MS), Ascension Parish (LA), Bossier Parish (LA), Caddo Parish (LA), Calcasieu Parish (LA), DeSoto County (MS), DeSoto Parish (LA), East Baton Rouge Parish (LA), George County (MS), Hancock County (MS), Harrison County (MS), Hinds County (MS), Jackson County (MI), Jackson County (MS), Jefferson Parish (LA), Lafayette County (MS), Lincoln County (MS), Livingston Parish (LA), Louisiana, Madison County (MS), Mississippi, Orleans Parish (LA), Panola County (MS), Pike County (MS), Rankin County (MS), St. Tammany Parish (LA), Tangipahoa Parish (LA), Tate County (MS), Washington Parish (LA), Webster Parish (LA), West Baton Rouge Parish (LA), Yalobusha County (MS)