Firearms Law
Litigation
Estate Planning
Equine Law

Attorney Profile

Brad Scott

Attorney & Counselor at Law | The Law Offices of Brad Scott Born in River Ridge, Louisiana, Brad Scott graduated from Jesuit High School and continued his education at Tulane University, earning a degree in Finance. He then spent four years working as a financial analyst and a compliance officer before returning to Tulane to follow his passion and become a lawyer. Brad has built his firm and practice areas around his passions.

Estate Planning

Growing up as the son, grandson, and great-grandson of bankers and CPAs, Brad learned first-hand how money can be used as a powerful tool to help an entire family or squandered by those not prepared for the responsibility of “sudden money.” He also realized that estate planning is not just for those with “estates” – it is for anyone who owns anything and wants to pass it along to the next generation.

Equine Law

Growing up in Southern Louisiana, Brad spent many weekends at the Fairgrounds Race Course watching the horses race. He soon realized how many people worked together to make the races possible. Brad is determined to help those people – owners, trainers, shippers, exercise riders, jockeys – with any and all of their legal needs so that they can continue to fascinate the next generation of young men and women who will grow to love and respect horses.

Firearms Law & Gun Trusts

Brad was raised as a responsible gun owner and believes that the best way to preserve the rights of all gun owners is to own and possess guns responsibly. He is intent on helping gun owners navigate the complexity of Federal and State Laws regarding gun ownership, possession, and transportation across state lines.

Litigation

As a small business owner, Brad understands that partnerships and business agreements don’t always progress as planned. Business disputes are inevitable. And when they arise, it is important to have an attorney that you can trust and who understands the needs of a small business. Brad’s litigation practice is not limited to business disputes, though. Brad recently added personal injury litigation to his practice after numerous friends and acquaintances relayed their horror stories of either inadequate representation or, even worse, not contacting an attorney after an injury because they “didn’t trust those types of lawyers.” Brad saw a need for ethical representation in this area and now accepts a limited number of personal injury cases each month.

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