1210 W. HIGH ST.
Tom Thompson enjoys representing clients in litigation matters, including family law, divorce, adoptions, personal injury, and criminal law. Tom was a prosecutor for more than 15 years so he knows his way around a courtroom. He is also a trained mediator and can assist clients in appropriate cases to find common ground to resolve disputes outside of court. In addition, Tom represents several governmental entities such as the Villages of Pioneer, Edon and Fayette.
Law School: Honors graduate of The University of Toledo College of Law (Cum Laude, 1997); Member of the Order of the Coif national legal honor society; Ohio Regent’s Fellow award winner, 1994; Merit Scholar 1996, 1997.
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Business Administration from Tiffin University (Magna Cum Laude, 1994).
Ohio (1997); approved to practice in all federal district & bankruptcy courts in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.
Ohio State Bar Association, Williams County Bar Association (Past President), Ohio Association for Justice, (Trucking Safety Section), Ohio Mediation Association; Morison Waite Inn of Court (Barrister);
Kiwanis Club of Bryan (Past President and member of Executive Board); Williams County Community Theater (Former Vice President and Board of Trustees member); Northwest Ohio Affordable Housing (Board of Trustees), Williams County Law Library Resources Board, Northwest Ohio Family Law Association.
Kim A. Smith
1210 W. HIGH ST.
Probate & Estate Planning
General Civil Practice
Prior to law school Kim worked as Structural Drafter for Sponseller Group, Inc., in Holland, Ohio. Kim also has the distinction of being published in the Construction Law legal journal. Kim is a life-long resident of Northwest Ohio. Among other things, she assists the agricultural and business community in a variety of legal matters.
Law School: Vanderbilt University Law School, Juris Doctorate.
Honors: Notes Editor for Vanderbilt’s Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law, Associate Justice for the Vanderbilt Moot Court Board, recipient of Vanderbilt’s National Association of Women Lawyers’ Outstanding Law Student Award, and finalist in the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry’s Law Student Writing Competition.
Publications: Differing Site Conditions and Metcalf: Judicial Shifting of the Risks, 34 Construction Law. 35 (2014).
Undergraduate: Bowling Green State University, BA Political Science, minor in History, cum laude; Owens Community College, AAS Architectural Engineering Technology
Ohio Bar Association; Williams County Bar Association