Whether you’re preparing to launch your own business, purchase or sell a company, or retire and pass your business on to a successor, the decisions you make today will have a considerable impact on both the future of the enterprise and your own financial well-being.
Our Founder and Chief Legal Strategist, Jason J. Smith, traveled the world as a business consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to starting his own internet company and ultimately attending Yale Law School. From startups to well-established companies, our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys are able to draw on a wide array of resources typical of large firms yet, at the same time, offer a personalized level of service only available from a boutique practice.
No matter the stage or size of your company, we’re ready to develop a focused legal strategy capable of protecting your personal and business assets and solving your most pressing problems.
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As a full-service business law firm, Smith Legacy Law is prepared to help you get your business started on the right track, execute transactions efficiently, resolve disputes, and navigate transitions with minimal disruption.
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