Divorce Attorney - Amy Alexander

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Amy N. Alexander

Divorce & Family Law Attorney

Mrs. Alexander grew up in Florence, Alabama. After high school graduation, she attended Bennett College in Greensboro, NC where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science. While at Bennett College Mrs. Alexander served as President of the Political Science Club, Vice President of the Student Government Association, and Resident Assistant. She was also a member of Pi Gamma Mu and Bennet Scholars Honor Societies. Upon obtaining a degree in Chemistry / Biochemistry from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Mr. Crumbley then consulted with different attorneys in and about North Alabama where he was able to apply his understanding of medical and scientific principles. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Mrs. Alexander attended the University of Alabama School of Law where she served as Vice President of Public Interest Law Society and Editor of the law school newspaper. Mrs. Alexander graduated from Alabama School of Law – Class of 2000. She has been practicing divorce and family law for 18 years.

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