Do you need an excellent, responsive, and experienced transactional attorney? If so, T.R. Smith is your guy.
T.R. is a graduate of Florida State University College of Business, receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance in May of 2009. He stayed-on at Florida State and got his law degree in May of 2012. T.R. was then admitted to practice in 2013.
T.R. is an accomplished transactional attorney. He concentrates in real property, commercial and residential real estate closings, business formations, estate planning, and probate. T.R. is also a proficient and winning litigation attorney. T.R. has successfully handled a variety of contested matter, including real property disputes, probate litigation, and recently a federal court wage and contract dispute. Unlike most real estate attorneys, T.R.’s litigation experience gives him a unique perspective on guiding transactions to conclusion; he sees what can go wrong, as opposed to drafting documents in a vacuum as most “real estate attorneys” do.
Before being admitted to practice, T.R. interned at the capitol in Tallahassee and worked for his dad’s company, Universal Windows. This experience taught T.R. to appreciate the economics of retaining attorney and the importance of attaining results for clients. In fact, T.R. frequently goes to his real estate clients’ offices to close their transactions; again, realizing the service nature of the lawyer business.
T.R. is a Florida native. He grew up in Parrish and graduated from Lakewood Ranch High School. T.R. resides in East Bradenton with his wife, the former Reagan Wells, and their son Camden. T.R.’s interests include watching and attending sporting events, spending time with his friends and family, enjoying the beaches of Anna Maria Island, and being the best lawyer he can be.