Phone: 314.863.8484


Our experienced litigation attorneys represent a wide range of client interests including business disputes, trust litigation, estate litigation and probate litigation. When considering an attorney for any type of dispute, it is important to consider retaining an attorney who has experience in complex litigation matters, as often a seemingly simple litigation matter can become a complex matter quickly. Additionally, an attorney with appellate experience can be very advantageous.

The litigation attorneys at Stewart, Mittleman & O'Rourke L.L.C. are experienced litigators and have argued before appellate courts and the Supreme Court. Our trial attorneys are trained to listen first. We understand clients have different business and legal objectives, which range from righting a wrong to limiting financial exposure. We know that handling difficult litigation matters requires not only a thorough knowledge of relevant areas of law, but also a complete understanding of our clients’ objectives. Because our attorneys have extensive experience in many types of cases, we are able to provide creative solutions and sound advice in response to sophisticated and complex litigation problems. We work with each of our clients to assess the issues and risks and devise a litigation plan that will meet the client’s objectives.

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Stewart, Mittleman & O&acuteRourke, L.L.C.
231 South Bemiston Avenue
Suite 800
Clayton, Missouri 63105

Tel: 314.863.8484
Fax: 314.863.5312

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