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The attorneys and staff which comprise Smith Debnam’s equipment leasing and finance practice group combine our invaluable understanding of our clients’ businesses with our detailed knowledge of the law in order to provide successful resolution of our clients’ legal issues. For over twenty years we have provided counsel and advocacy to financing entities, including banking institutions, equipment leasing companies, commercial finance lenders, and equipment vendors. We have experience in this complex practice area, representing our clients in a wide range of market and transaction sizes with documenting and enforcement of their lease and finance transactions. Our commitment to serving this segment of the financial services industry is evidenced by several of our attorneys’ active participation in the Equipment Leasing Finance Association (ELFA).
They were polite, attentive to what I was saying. And went to long lengths to be helpful.” -Alice M.
From our office in Raleigh, we serve clients throughout central North Carolina. To schedule a consultation with a Raleigh equipment leasing and financing attorney at our firm, call 919-250-2000.
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