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Attorney Brad Green Named to State Bar Committee

King Green & Dobson, Partner, Brad Green has been named by Alabama State Bar President Augusta Dowd to serve on the State Bar’s “Diversity of the Profession Committee” for 2017-2018. Brad said he was honored to be selected and looks forward to helping the State Bar continue to expand opportunities for all attorneys and law students in our State. Brad also stated that he is proud of our Bar’s promise to “advance the principles of racial, ethic, gender, age and geographic diversity in the profession.”

To learn more about the Alabama State Bar visit http://www.alabar.org #LawyersRenderService

King Green & Dobson–Partner, Brad Green

King Green & Dobson Attorneys Attend State Bar Annual Meeting

King Green & Dobson attorneys and founding partners, Brad Green and Brett King, attended the 2017 Alabama State Bar Annual Meeting this past week at the Grand Hotel in Point Clear, Alabama. Brad and Brett were joined at the Annual Meeting by several of their classmates from the University of Alabama Law School Class of 2006. Pictured are some of those attorneys who attended the UA Law School Alumni Reception during the Annual Meeting. Additionally Brett King was recently been elected as a Bar Commissioner representing the 41st Judicial Circuit (Blount County) and took part in meetings of the Commissioners while at the Annual Meeting.

Attorney David B. Dobson joins King & Green, LLC

King & Green, LLC, is pleased to announce the David B. Dobson has joined the Firm as an associate attorney.

David is from Oneonta, Alabama, and is a graduate of Birmingham School of Law (J.D. 2016). While in law school, he served as President of the trial team and was a member of the Judge Hugh Locke Honor Society. David obtained his bachelors degree the University of Alabama where he studied Business and earned a specialization in Professional Sales (B.A. 2013).

David’s practice is focused on Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Real Estate, Probate matters, Business & Commercial litigation. David and his wife, Mary Claire, are members of Redeemer Community Church.

Brad Green Named Rising Star–2016 Super Lawyers

Attorney Brad Green of King & Green, LLC, has been named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers in its “2016 Annual List of Top Attorneys.” Brad is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and Birmingham-Southern College. He practices in the areas of Domestic Relations/Family Law, Civil Litigation, and Probate Law. Super Lawyers recognizes no more than five percent of attorneys in each state. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Rising Stars recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state who are 40 years old and younger or who have practiced for 10 years or less.

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Attorney Brad Green Named One of Birmingham’s “Top Attorneys”

See the link to the April 2016 edition of B-Metro magazine, naming Brad Green as one of Birmingham’s “Top Attorneys.”

KING & GREEN win verdict for client in civil fraud trial

When Ashley Madison Meets Alabama Divorce Law

In this video attorney Brad Green discusses what effect the recent release of hacked data from the cheating website ashleymadison.com could have in an Alabama divorce case.

KING & GREEN VIDEO: How Child Support is Calculated in Alabama.

 

KING & GREEN WIN CASE FOR LOCAL CHURCH

Oak Grove Church, Blountsville, AL

Oak Grove Church, Blountsville, AL

On April 2, 2015, the Blount County Circuit Court issued a judgment in favor of our client, Oak Grove Methodist Church (“Oak Grove”), in a long running dispute involving ownership of real estate and bank accounts between the local church and the national denomination, the United Methodist Church, Inc. (“UMC”). Oak Grove Church has been in existence since at least 1873, and had affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Inc., since 1968. When Oak Grove voted to disaffiliate from the UMC, the national denomination sought to take ownership of the Oak Grove church building and cemetery, along with certain bank accounts. Oak Grove argued that they the local church through their Trustees owned the land and bank accounts for the congregation, and that Oak Grove had never transferred ownership to the UMC. In Alabama, our courts do not get involved in spiritual or religious disputes between churches or church members, but only in civil disputes such as who owns real estate. Brett King tried the case on behalf of the local church and successfully showed that the original deeds to the property were recorded in 1879, 1897, and 1965, and that the deeds were unambiguous. The Court agreed and held that the Oak Grove Church’s Trustees and their successors had always had ownership, not the national UMC. We are very happy for the Oak Grove Church to receive this good news right before Easter.

VIDEO–Talking About Our Volunteer Work with Law Students

Click on the link below to watch a short video about some of the volunteer work that we do with local law students.

KING & GREEN: WORKING WITH LAW STUDENT ON TRIAL SKILLS

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