St. Louis Attorneys Experienced
in Various Practice Areas
Some circumstances in life require the assistance of an experienced legal professional as an essential ingredient for success. Among those situations are divorce or family law issues, juvenile court cases, and criminal law matters.
The lawyers at Grant, Miller & Smith, LLC, provides results-oriented guidance for clients facing any of these legal issues. The firm’s St. Louis area attorneys — William Grant, Henry Miller and Greg Smith — have more than 75 years of combined experience. Mr. Grant is widely regarded as one of the area’s leading attorneys in juvenile law. Both William Grant and Henry Miller have been selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers list, reflecting their peer recognition and outstanding accomplishments in the legal field.
Trial Skills Are Key,
No Matter What You’re Facing
Divorce, family law, juvenile law, and criminal defense require extensive courtroom appearances. Even if the case ultimately reaches an out-of-court resolution, thorough trial preparation is still necessary for building a strong case.
The lawyers at Grant, Miller & Smith, LLC, appear in court on a daily basis. They have extensive experience handling trials in Missouri state and federal courts. This experience can be your advantage when confronting difficult, high-stakes legal issues.
Let Us Be Your
Trusted Advisors &
At Grant, Miller & Smith, LLC, you can expect to work directly with the firm’s lawyers through the entirety of your case. They provide accessible and personal guidance, working as a team to advance your interests and protect your rights. Together, they have enjoyed great success in solving problems and advising clients on decisive opportunities for success.
Meet Our Team
Kylee R. Mattoon
Justin Taylor Winn
Get In Touch With Us Today
For more information about the firm’s family law, divorce, juvenile law, or criminal law services, call 314-492-8878 or complete the online contact form below. Grant, Miller & Smith, LLC’s main office is conveniently located just two blocks from the St. Louis County Courthouse.