Like many, I did not grow up in Madison County, but I got here as fast as I could. I love this area. My wife is a native Huntsvillian. We live in Blossomwood and have three young children. My oldest two attend Whitesburg Christian Academy. I started my law firm in Madison County more than a decade ago. My practice is focused on helping people with their estate and probate needs. I also represent people charged with crimes. But that is not how my career started.
I grew up in Hattiesburg, MS. I attended LSU and the University of Texas School of Law. After graduating with honors, I clerked for the late United States District Judge Paul Brown in the Eastern District of Texas. He was a great judge. He taught me how to practice law the right way.
After clerking for Judge Brown, I worked as an associate at Baker Botts, an international law firm, in Dallas, Texas. I later moved to Birmingham, Alabama and practiced corporate law with Balch and Bingham, one of the premier law firms in Alabama. In 2010, I decided to start my own law firm where I could use the skills I learned clerking and representing major corporations to help regular people.
I now strive to make people's lives better by establishing estate plans that fit their goals. I also enjoy taking the burden off people who are going through probate and making that process less stressful. If you need a will, estate plan, or help probating an estate, please contact me online or by phone at 256-534-0066. Finally, if you need help with a criminal matter or DUI, give me a call. I can help. I have served as co-chair of the criminal defense section of the Madison County Bar and have represented people on charges ranging from municipal ordinance violations to capital murder. I can offer you the best defense possible and help you get your life back.