About
About

Dependable Counsel For Complex Legal Concerns

Whether you are an individual in need of immediate legal action or a business entity requiring ongoing legal support, the attorneys at Stone, Leyton & Gershman can help. We established our firm in 1988 with the goal of providing high-caliber yet affordable legal services for a broad range of issues. Today, the scope of our services is generally organized among the following practice areas:

  • Real estate
  • Business law and litigation
  • Civil litigation
  • Bankruptcy and creditors’ rights
  • Government relations
  • Estate planning
  • Personal injury

We match the capabilities of a large firm while giving your case the attention it deserves.

Pairing Academic Prowess With Decades Of Experience

At Stone, Leyton & Gershman, our ability to handle complex legal concerns directly correlates with our staff’s considerable knowledge and skills. Our attorneys possess robust academic backgrounds and decades of practical experience. Several members of our staff have earned peer-review ratings and recognition for their substantial ethical standards and notable legal skills.

With few exceptions, the firm’s attorneys moved their practices from larger firms to take advantage of the more flexible and entrepreneurial platform that a mid-sized firm offers. We prioritize the client experience and work diligently to ensure responsive service and timely results. Our lawyers are readily accessible via email or phone and will provide regular updates regarding the status of your case to keep you abreast of any developments.

Learn More By Arranging A Consultation

Our firm prides itself on providing sophisticated and innovative representation to individual, entrepreneurial and institutional clients on matters of local, national and international importance. To discuss a specific legal matter, schedule a meeting today. Arrange yours by calling 314-721-8660 or emailing the firm. From our offices in Clayton, we serve the St. Louis area.

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