Born and raised in Alabama, attorney Richard D. Thompson III has tight family roots here. Richard comes from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, the eleventh oldest law school in the United States, where he achieved a degree of Juris Doctor. After graduation, Richard returned to his hometown where his love of history drew him to a 200 year old historic home.  His passion for history and preservation led him to become a member of the Courtland Historical Association and Board Member of the Courtland Heritage Museum.  Now in his 15th year of practice, Richard’s experience and expertise has expanded to property law, probate law, wills, deeds, trusts, uncontested divorce.  

Wills and estates are something that most of us don’t want to think about until it is too late. Life throws enough at us without the additional complication of dealing with wills and estates. Yet nothing is more important to our long-term happiness than living life knowing that everything is taken care of should we or another family member suddenly pass. We’re here to help. Our office is available Monday through Friday 9am to 6pm. Call me at 256.410.3445 or fill out the form below to get started. We look forward to helping you.