Ward and Smith, P.A. - Firm Profile
Ward and Smith, P.A.
Year Established: 1895
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Ward and Smith, P.A. is the successor to a practice founded in New Bern, North Carolina in 1895. Our Firm serves clients locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally from offices in Asheville, Greenville, New Bern, Raleigh, and Wilmington.
The Firm is committed to quality and responsiveness and to building and maintaining a relationship with every client. We understand that each client's needs are unique. We strive to learn about those needs and to deliver a product tailored to meet them. When needed, we form teams of knowledgeable professionals, from within the Firm, from outside the Firm, and from related disciplines, to develop strategies to help our clients prepare for future challenges and overcome current obstacles.
The quality and responsiveness of our representation are reflected in our consistently receiving the highest ratings available by the most recognized legal rating authorities. We are proud of these accomplishments and recognize that we could not have achieved them without our clients.
Ward and Smith's commitment to provide exceptional client service is an ongoing professional goal for each member of our Firm. We achieve this objective by creating and maintaining unique attorney-client relationships. Our clients appreciate the advantage of having accessible attorneys and we encourage them to call whenever a legal question or concern arises. Our attorneys make themselves available, at work or at home, in or out of the office. We are a full-service law firm whose focus never strays from our core values of reliability and responsiveness.
In summary, the collective mission of our attorneys, paralegals, and administrative staff is to provide clients with exceptional service.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Agribusiness; Appellate; Business; Business Litigation; Community Associations; Construction; Creditors' Rights; Education Law; Environmental; Family Law; Financial Institutions; Government Representation; Health Care; Housing Authorities; Intellectual Property; International; Labor and Employment; Litigation; Personal Injury and Wrongful Death; Real Estate; Real Estate Development; Securities; Tax; Technology; Trusts and Estates; Trusts and Estates Litigation; Zoning and Land Use Planning.