For nearly four decades, Jerome B. Smith has assisted individuals in Westchester, Culver City, Marina del Rey and throughout Los Angeles with their personal and professional legal concerns. In all matters, he works directly with his clients. His intent is to learn his clients' goals, both for their families and for their businesses. Whether growing a company or planning an estate, he will work hard to see his clients' aims achieved.
Mr. Smith understands that legal advice is not uniform. The guidance you receive must be uniquely suited to you, your family and your industry. With this in mind, he offers individualized counsel that is specifically tailored to your needs.
Responsible Management Of Your Business And Estate
Mr. Smith is dedicated to helping California businesses find, and stay on, firm ground. He has assisted in the formation of numerous companies. While many are founded as corporations, Mr. Smith is also skilled in establishing LLCs, S Corps, partnerships and sole proprietorships. He is committed to ensuring the ongoing success of the businesses he works with, and provides knowledgeable guidance in a full spectrum of matters including commercial transactions, employee relations, marketing agreements, investor deals, and the protection of trade secrets.
Complementing his business law practice, Mr. Smith assists individuals with the management of their estates. Properly planning for your future is the surest way to protect your family in a responsible, sustainable manner. Mr. Smith will work with you closely, and help you establish wills and trusts to safeguard the most important people in your life. He is also experienced in drafting health care directives and power-of-attorney authorizations to ensure that you retain control over your own care.
Make Good On Your Plans
Mr. Smith offers free initial consultations and reasonable, clearly delineated fees going forward. If you would like to speak to a business or estate planning lawyer, call his office at 310-821-3300. You can also reach him through his online form.