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Tyler owes its name to the 10th president of the United States, John Tyler. President Tyler has the auspicious honor of succeeding the short-lived presidency of William Harrison, who died of pneumonia only one month after taking the oath of office. President Tyler is credited with the annexation of Texas in 1845.
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Tyler attorneys practice in a number of fields, including criminal law, immigration law, personal injury law, family law, wills and trusts, real estate transactions law, and much more. Tyler attorneys also are active members in their community. Through the Smith County Bar Association, Tyler attorneys volunteer their time to act as mediators. Mediators help cases settle out of court, but their services are often costly. Free services like this help the courts deal with more important cases while saving the county time and money.
Tyler attorneys are familiar with the Smith County Court. If you have a case in Smith County, it may be to your advantage to hire a local Tyler attorney. Tyler attorneys are familiar with local rules and procedures. They also generally know the judges, attorneys, and court staff, which may better assist you in efficiently solving your legal problem.
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