Elder Law Attorney - Curtis Whitmore

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Curtis L. Whitmore

Elder Law & Estate Planning Attorney

Attorney Curtis Whitmore has been practicing law in Huntsville, Athens, and North Alabama for 30 years. He has an extensive range of practice experience representing both individuals and small businesses in a variety of legal matters, courts, and transactions meant to avoid disputes and costly litigation. Curt has had the pleasure of assisting people from all walks of life in an array of legal matters. Curtis has a wealth of tools and wisdom with which to assist clients and address legal issues gained during his 3 decades of legal experience. He and his lovely wife have been married more than thirty years, are residents of Madison, AL, and have a daughter who is currently in graduate school. When not assisting clients, he enjoys doing outdoor projects around the house and playing with the family dogs.

Curt is a 1987 graduate of The University of Alabama, School of Law. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Alabama, as well as the United States District Court, Northern Division of Alabama, and Bankruptcy Court. He has also practiced before numerous administrative boards, including the Alabama Medicaid Agency and the Social Security Administration.

Curtis concentrates primarily on probate matters, such as estate planning, elder law, conservator & guardianship, estates, small business needs, bankruptcy, and a variety of civil matters.

Want to speak with Attorney Curtis Whitmore? Schedule a phone or office consultation today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing an online case evaluation form.

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