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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Lynn Chandler Relocates To Charleston Office

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Lynn Chandler Relocates To Charleston Office

January 5, 2015

Charleston, S.C. —  Smith Moore Leatherwood is pleased to announce that Lynn Chandler has recently moved to the firm's Charleston office located at 25 Calhoun Street, Suite 250. Chandler has been a partner in the firm's Charlotte office for nine years and will continue to focus her efforts primarily on tax and wealth management.

"We are delighted to have a seasoned attorney like Lynn relocating to the Lowcountry," said Mike Bowers, partner in charge. "Her experience and capabilities are extensive and we are confident that she will be a great asset to the team."

Chandler advises clients on tax and non-tax planning opportunities available through the development of practical and comprehensive wealth management plans.  Her practice includes all aspects of federal, state and local tax planning, and tax controversy; mergers, acquisitions and restructuring of business entities, including business succession, estate and gift tax planning in connection with such transactions. 

Chandler received her law degree, with honors, from Creighton University School of Law, her masters of business administration from The University of Nebraska and her undergraduate degrees from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chandler was named a Best Lawyer in America® (Woodward/White, Inc.) for Trusts and Estates (2013-2016). She was also named a North Carolina Super Lawyer for four consecutive years (2012-2015) and to North Carolina Legal Elite in 2009 and 2011.


For more information, contact:
Ashley Shelley


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