David

Blount

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Trussville, AL
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in AL
Payment Plans Accepted
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About David

In Re A.G.
Estate of Johnny Suggs
State of Alabama v. M. M.

Top Case Types

Probate: 30%

Personal Injury: 25%

Wills: 20%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 15%

Power of Attorney: 5%

Health Care Directives: 5%

Clubs, Organizations & Pro-Bono Service

BBA, ASB

23 Years

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Member/Partner, Blount Hughes LLC

January 2015 - Pursuing

Education

Birmingham School of Law

Reviews(3)

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Great help.Readily Available .

David was very helpful.

David has been great

David has been a great help and always shows up for me !

Great Lawyer

Willing to work with you and very honest and straightforward. Will definitely work with this lawyer again. I would recommend him to others 100%.

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Contact

Office Address

7127 Gadsden Hwy, Suite 207, Trussville, AL 35173

Pricing

Consultation: $300

Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Full Representation via retainer (Criminal and Civil) - $300/hr
Document Review - $300/hr
Simple Will $1500 -
Complex Will via retainer - $300/hr
Powers of Attorney $500 -
Advance Healthcare Directives (Living Will and Proxy designation) $500 -
Probate of Estates via retainer - $300/hr
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

Accepted Payment Methods

Visa, AMEX, Master Card, Discover, Check, ACH, Wire Transfer

Payment Plans Accepted

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