Chris Smith is a 2016 Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent peer-review rated attorney that has been recognized as a Journal Record Achiever Under 40, and has been named to the Super Lawyer Rising Star list from 2014-2016.
Chris Smith focuses his practice on representing small business owners, professionals, and individuals in litigation relating to divorce, child custody, and complex property division, and business disputes. Chris understands that business and personal matters are intimately intertwined, and he believes that the value of an attorney is only realized when he or she becomes a strategic partner in the critical aspects of business and life.
Chris’s practice emphasizes high-stakes custody, alimony, and property division cases as well as mediation services. His experience and understanding help him articulate complex matters in a relatable way and his empathetic nature exudes genuine compassion for his clients.
Chris Smith provides business counsel for individuals and businesses of various sizes and product offerings throughout Oklahoma, Texas, and the Western United States. Chris’ business law practice includes oil and gas servicing companies, retail and restaurant owners, online education providers, and much more in between.
His practice emphasizes digital media outlets and marketing agencies in privacy and regulatory compliance, as well as emerging technologies and start ups. His practice includes both general counsel and litigation services as well as family law matters for entrepreneurs.
Chris is committed to multiple civic organizations, is a member of the Oklahoma City Rotary Club, serves on the board of Oklahoma Institute of Child Advocacy, Oklahoma Christian National Alumni Council, and he is a member of the Oklahoma Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
Chris, and his wife Marissa, reside in Edmond, Oklahoma with their son Christopher, and their dog Rue, where they enjoy being active in church and various community activities.
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