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About Attorney Meghan Smith

I focus my practice on real estate and business law. I have extensive experience handling commercial and residential real estate transactions and refinancing, commercial and residential landlord/tenant matters, business formation, and contract drafting, review, and negotiation. I also negotiate purchases and sales of business assets, membership interests and stocks, prepare buy-sell agreements for business owners, and assist clients in transitioning businesses to the next generation. My skill in these transactions is enhanced by my pre-law school years as a paralegal and legal assistant and more than ten years of foreclosure and business litigation.

I received a BA in Business Management from Gettysburg College, then returned to the northeast to attend Western New England University School of Law, where I received my JD.

While at WNE, I participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award. I am licensed to practice in Connecticut and am a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Tolland County Bar Association. In 2012 I received the Statesman Award from the Greater Hartford Jaycees for extraordinary dedication and service, and in 2020, I was honored to be named to the Hartford Business Journal’s “40 Under 40”

I believe in giving back, and as the proud wife of a US Navy Veteran, I’m honored to volunteer my time to the New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce as a Board Member, and in defending local Veterans in eviction cases through the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center. I also serve on the New England Veterans Chamber of Commerce and volunteer at my children’s school.

When I am not working on my clients’ legal matters, you can find me and my husband and our daughters hiking, golfing, or otherwise enjoying being outdoors.

If you or someone you know needs experienced, client-focused legal advice for a real estate, business, or landlord legal issue, contact Smith Law Group today.

“If you’ve ever bought or sold a home or started or sold a business, you know what a major financial asset it is. And you know that an entire deal can rise or fall over a small detail or a tricky negotiation. Having an experienced attorney protecting your interests in such a significant investment is crucial.”

– Attorney Meghan Smith