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Akridge & Balch, P.C. - Auburn, AL

852 N. Dean Rd.Suite 100 Auburn, AL 36830

Updated: 02/18/2024

Auburn Estate Planning Law Firm

Overview

Akridge & Balch, P.C. is one of the largest firms in Lee County, Alabama, and one of the most respected firms in the area. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of legal service possible to our clients, delivered with the highest degree of professionalism and respect.
 
Most of our attorneys are admitted to practice in more than one state, and we routinely handle multi-jurisdiction commercial transactions relating primarily to real estate development and business activities...

Akridge & Balch, P.C. is one of the largest firms in Lee County, Alabama, and one of the most respected firms in the area. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of legal service possible to our clients, delivered with the highest degree of professionalism and respect.
 
Most of our attorneys are admitted to practice in more than one state, and we routinely handle multi-jurisdiction commercial transactions relating primarily to real estate development and business activities.
 
The firm's attorneys practice in all State and Federal Courts on a wide range of matters. Our primary areas of practice include Business and Corporate Law, Domestic Relations, Commercial Property Development and Financing, Residential Loan Closings, Real Property Law, Wills Trusts and Estates, Probate Law, Employment Law, Property Management, Commercial Collections, Estate Planning, Family Law, Bankruptcy, and General Civil Litigation.
 
We assist businesses and individuals in loan workouts, financial restructurings, and distressed-asset matters, and in bankruptcy proceedings. We also represent borrowers, lenders, and creditors in residential and commercial foreclosures and bankruptcies.
 
We also focus on small business formation and development, providing all legal services related to creating new business entities and meeting the requirements of starting a new business, including tax and financial matters.

We work closely with other professionals retained by our clients, such as accountants, engineers, architects, bankers, and brokers, to achieve the desired goals of the client in the most expedient, cost-effective manner. We believe in long-term relationships with our clients and offer a broad range of professional services in order to accommodate a client's needs over many years and through a variety of transactions and events.

About Akridge & Balch, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning

Litigation

  • 25%

People

Attorneys

Staff

  • Frances B. ("F.B.") Henderson, Paralegal
  • Melanie L. Tritt, Paralegal
  • Ashleigh G. Duffie

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

852 N. Dean Rd.Suite 100 Auburn, AL 36830

Office Hours

8-5 Monday-Friday, Saturday by appointment

Fax

  • 888-615-9185

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