We practice Agriculture & Agribusiness, Banking & Financial Services, Trademark & Copyright and even more
Sprouse Shrader Smith strives to be a full-service law firm for our clients. Each practice area has multiple lawyers dedicated to providing innovative and comprehensive counsel to each matter that walks through our door. Whether you are looking for an experienced attorney to help with your business contracts, purchasing real estate or someone to advise you on a last will and testament, Spouse Shrader Smith is here to help.
The diversity of our practice areas is reflected by our client base. Large organizations and individuals alike come to Sprouse for the client-centered attention they receive. Our multidisciplinary firm lends itself to assist in any client need that may arise. With such board knowledge, our lawyers collaborate to make each client experience efficient and effective. To review the practice area descriptions or find attorneys in a specific area, please click on the links to the left.
Learn more about our attorneys and their practice areas.
Terry Irion is a Member with Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC. His primary practice area is real estate purchases and sale transactions, land use planning and development services, and advocacy of
Abbey Coufal is an Associate at Sprouse Shrader Smith whose practice focuses on wealth planning with an emphasis on drafting wills, trusts, probating estates, and real estate matters. Abbey grew
Shane Brooks is a Member with Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC whose practice focuses on oil and gas title examination and other general oil and gas and real estate matters. Shane
Christopher L. Jensen is a trial lawyer who represents clients with business, commercial and appellate matters involving contracts, real property, and condemnation/eminent domain. Chris also assists clients with cases involving natural
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