Samantha F. Spector
Samantha is a family law attorney who has represented some of the biggest, noteworthy clients in divorce and paternity cases in California. She is the Founder of Spector Law, A Professional Law Corporation, a law firm established in early 2012 which exclusively focuses on family law matters. Samantha has deep experience handling high-asset marital dissolutions, legal separations, domestic partnerships legal issues, domestic violence restraining orders, paternity actions, complicated child custody, visitation and support matters, as well as cohabitation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Samantha’s approach to her practice is to reach meaningful resolution for her clients that is goal oriented, and interest based. Before starting her own law firm over 10 years ago, Samantha was a partner at a medium-sized business law firm located in Century City representing clients in family law, civil litigation and labor and employment matters.
Samantha has been featured by The Hollywood Reporter in its esteemed list of "Hollywood's Troubleshooters: Top 20 Lawyers for Divorces, Plea Deals and Death Plans". Samantha also has been named one of the "Most Influential Women Attorneys" in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Every year since 2013, Samantha repeatedly has been recognized as one of the "Top Women Attorneys" in family law in Southern California. She has earned the proud distinction of being a Southern California "Super Lawyer" (2014 through 2023) and "Rising Star" (2009 through 2013). Samantha has appeared on various media outlets worldwide commenting on family law matters.
Samantha earned her J.D. from Loyola University School of Law in 1999. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and received her B.A. in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1996. Samantha is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Golden Key National Honor Society, and the Family Law Section of the California State Bar and the CLA. She is active in various charities and organizations, such as the Phi Beta Kappa Society and is a board member of the UCLA Health System Board.