Welcome, SMM Law!

We at Spirit of the Hills are excited to announce that SMM Law is returning this year as a sponsor of The Festival of the Arts. 

Welcome, SMM Law! Thank you.

SMM Law Professional Corporation

Blog Photo - SMM Law Sarah-Jacob
 Sarah Jacob

It’s great to see this Cobourg-based firm’s enthusiastic support for the Festival.  Members of their  team attended the first festival in 2017 and told us they thought it was superb.

Blog Photo - SMM Law Anneke Russell
Associate Anneke Russell

Like us at SOTH, they hope to see equally enthusiastic crowds enjoying the expanded festival on October 24 to 26.

Sarah Jacob, partner at SMM Law, says the firm strongly believes in the benefits that a strong and vibrant arts community has  provided, and  will continue to provide for Northumberland County.

Blog Photo - SMM Law Graham Andrews
Associate Graham Andrews

They believe it’s important that the arts are supported with financial support in small towns, as well as in big cities.

SMM Law is the successor in practice to Stewart, Mitchell & Macklin and the long-standing law firms that had amalgamated to form Stewart, Mitchell & Macklin. Sarah herself has been with the firm since 2001 and two members of staff have been with them for over 25 years.

Blog Photo - SMM Law Kat Kinch

Litigation Counsel Kat Kinch

They describe their services this way:

Incorporated in 2004, SMM Law offers competent and caring legal services in estate planning, estate administration, real estate, business, family, landlord-tenant, small claims, and litigation matters.

To contact SMM Law: http://smmlaw.com/contact-us/


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