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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Welcomes Partner Stephanie Daniel To The Business Practice Group

Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Welcomes Partner Stephanie Daniel To The Business Practice Group

February 2, 2017

Charlotte, N.C. Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Stephanie C. Daniel to the firm’s Charlotte office.  With 12 years of legal experience, Daniel will join the business practice group and continue her focus on trusts, estates, and business law.

Daniel counsels clients through the estate planning process and draws on her experience in wealth management to prepare estate planning documents including wills, trusts, family limited partnerships, limited liability companies, powers of attorneys, and premarital agreements as well as various business succession and asset protection documents. She also advises fiduciaries, such as executors, administrators and trustees, during their administration of estates and trusts.

She received her undergraduate degree from Samford University, her master’s degree from Duke University, and her law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law. Within the North Carolina Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section, she serves as chair of the Pro Bono Committee and Subcommittee Chair of the Legislative Committee. Additionally, she is a member of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association, the Charlotte Estate Planning Council and Charlotte Women Attorneys. Daniel is a co-author of the Estate Administration Manual published by the North Carolina Bar Association, and has published several legal articles on estate planning and administration.

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