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Are you involved in a dispute that’s potentially headed to litigation or already in litigation?

Whether the matter centers on complex commercial issues or a conflict involving a Will, estate, or trust, it’s essential to retain qualified and experienced attorneys capable of ensuring your rights and interests are always protected.

As a premier litigation law firm, Smith Legacy Law provides highly-personalized, sophisticated legal counsel and representation to individuals and businesses nationwide. Our attorneys have substantial experience resolving complex disputes inside and outside the courtroom and will leverage their formidable experience to safeguard your rights.

Wills, Trusts and Estate Litigation

Business and Commercial Litigation

Shareholder / Owner Disputes

Tax Controversies, Appeals and Litigation

Mediation and Arbitration

Appellate Litigation

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Smith Legacy Law is 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.

Our attorneys skillfully maneuver clients through every phase of the litigation process, from discovery and pretrial motions to mediation, arbitration, and trial when necessary.  Most law firms litigate based on what the law is, we do the work and litigate based on what it should be.

If you’re facing the prospect of litigation, connect with Smith Legacy Law today.


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