Jeffrey Smith is a Westfield Attorney who focuses his practice on real estate law, estate planning, landlord and tenant law, and civil litigation. He is currently accepting new clients in Westfield and the surrounding area.
Jeffrey Smith earned his Juris Doctor from the Western New England College School of Law. He graduated from this institution cum laude. While in school, he earned a place on the Dean's List. After graduating from law school, he became licensed to practice law in the state of Massachusetts. He has been practicing law in this state since 2005.
During his career, Attorney Jeffrey Smith has won two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards. He was also invited to participate as a contributor to the Law Review.
Attorney Jeffrey Smith practices law privately at J. S. Smith & Associates. He has more than 10 years of experience representing clients in Westfield, and he puts this experience to work for the benefit of the client in every case he handles.
Attorney Jeffrey Smith represents clients involved in a variety of civil disputes, including those related to personal injury incidents, consumer protection law and contract disputes. He also handles residential and commercial real estate transactions, as well as landlord and tenant disputes. In addition, he assists clients with the creation and modification of estate plans.
Attorney Jeffrey Smith understands that every legal matter is unique. When taking on a new client, he always takes the time to learn about the client's needs and goals so he fully understands the case. He will also explain how the law applies so that the client can make informed decisions every step of the way. In addition, he makes himself available to answer any questions and address any concerns the client may have throughout the case.
If you are dealing with a legal issue, you need to know you have a compassionate, experienced attorney on your side to help you protect your interests. Please contact J. S. Smith & Associates today to schedule a consultation or discuss your case in detail.