Maitland, Fla., August 28, 2017－BrewerLong announces their renewed focus and commitment to being one of Central Florida’s best business law firms, meeting the needs of business owners and executives as they start, run, grow, and ultimately sell their businesses.
“Our firm has been in business for almost ten years, and we have come to realize our unique strengths and values,” said founding partner and attorney Trevor Brewer. “Our clients look to us as problem solvers who alleviate their business headaches. Our extensive network of independent service providers allows us to partner with other industry experts when our clients need more than just a business attorney. We utilize a holistic team approach so we can provide the right solution to solve our clients’ problems.”
This renewed focus allows BrewerLong to partner with business owners and executives through every step of the business life-cycle. By focusing on the various seasons of a business – birth, growth, maturity, and sale – BrewerLong delivers exceptional legal services for these clients.
BrewerLong will continue to embrace its distinct role as a connector and influencer in the Central Florida business community. The firm is well known for its involvement in various associations, chambers, and nonprofits, and has a longstanding commitment to hosting their own professional alliance groups and educational workshops. This dedication to building relationships and connecting professionals is vital to BrewerLong’s proven ability to provide an exemplary client experience.
Because of BrewerLong’s renewed focus on serving businesses, estate planning will no longer be a focal point for the firm. Estate planning attorney, Shannon R. Campbell, has left the firm to continue her legal practice as a sole practitioner, meeting the needs of individuals and families in the areas of estate planning, probate and elder law. “We have greatly enjoyed our time practicing with Shannon,” said Trevor Brewer. “She will continue to be a valued member of our extended professional network and we wish her success in her practice.”