Jeffrey W. Smith’s life is a tale of two careers. The first chapter saw him serve our country as a machine gunner with the United States Marine Corps, then return and begin a civilian career as a facility / services technician with AT&T. The second chapter saw him not only earn his bachelor of science degree, but also his juris doctor, enabling him to leave AT&T for a career in law.
Which is where Jeffrey Smith’s story sits right now.
Today, Smith is an attorney with The Orlando Law Group — a position he has held since April 2015. He handles all aspects of divorce that include dissolution of marriage, modification, child support enforcement and establishment, paternity, visitation issues, as well as pre and post nuptial agreements. He also practices in simple estate planning document preparation, Social Security disability, foreclosure defense, civil litigation, homeowners association and member representation, adoption, debt collection defense, and contract disputes.
Smith began practicing family law in 2014, following his graduation from Barry University’s School of Law. Shortly thereafter, he left AT&T and joined The Orlando Law Group. Prior to Barry, he graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Florida, with a degree in technical education and industry training.
As a member of the Marine Corps, Smith was a team leader in charge of a machine-gun team in Operation Desert Storm. He then served during Operation Restore Hope in Somalia.