Other Legal Services in Huntsville, AL

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Fulton S. Hamilton offers other areas of practice, including Civil Law, Personal Injury, and Family Law.

Civil Law

Fulton S. Hamilton applies more than 30 years of transactional and litigation experience to benefit businesses of many different kinds in North Alabama. Some companies work with Mr. Hamilton as an outside general counsel handling most or all of their legal affairs. Others depend on him for solutions to specific problems in contract matters, real estate projects, and civil litigation. No matter how your business chooses to work with our firm, you can count on us for personalized and cost-effective client service.

Corporate, Commercial, and Employment Advice

Contact our law firm in Huntsville, Alabama, to learn about the advantages of building a relationship with a lawyer who is fully committed to your company's success. We work with businesses such as consulting firms, defense subcontractors, software designers, real estate agencies, land developers, property management companies, retailers, and family businesses of all kinds. Our counsel covers the spectrum from initial startup and registration to business operations, contract review, employment law, and civil litigation.

Examples of Business Problems We Handle

  • Business entity selection and formation
  • Corporate or partnership documentation: Operating agreements, shareholder agreements, buy-sell agreements, bylaws, and other essential instruments for defining roles within an equity group
  • Contract review for software or engineering consultants dealing with government agencies
  • Licensing agreements for high-tech companies
  • Real estate transactions and litigation
  • Negotiation, review and enforcement of restrictive covenants in employment or consulting contracts: noncompete agreements, confidentiality agreements, and nonsolicitation agreements
  • Employment law advice about hiring and firing decisions, executive compensation, employee classification, workplace safety or investigation of discrimination or harassment complaints
  • Purchases and sales of businesses and business assets
  • Litigation of commercial disputes or problems within ownership groups

Personal Injury

We work with people who need advice about the most effective ways to recover the compensation they need in the aftermath of injuries caused by someone else's negligence. Whether your case settles on favorable terms or ends up with a successful jury verdict, your outcome will depend on your attorney's ability to develop and present the evidence necessary to establish liability and prove your losses in a specific amount, usually in the face of tough opposition.

Examples of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

  • Auto accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Injuries on dangerous property
  • Dog bites
  • Fractures and severe soft-tissue injuries
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Burn Injuries
  • Back and spinal cord injuries
  • Alabama wrongful death claims

Family Law

Divorces are either contested or uncontested. In a contested divorce, one or both parties are unable to agree about the divorce itself, property division, custody of child/children, child or spousal support, etc. In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree on all matters and do not need to go to court to make determinations. The uncontested divorce will proceed through the system more quickly.

Child custody can be complex. In addition to the emotional toll that divorce has on the parties involved, parents face critical decisions about child custody, child support, and visitation rights. If the custodial parent must relocate with his/her work and wants to move his/her family, the parent needs experienced legal representation who can effectively mediate on his/her behalf. Effective legal representation can help to demonstrate that the outcome of the parent's need is ultimately the best for the child.

Modifications May Become Necessary in the Following Situations

  • a parent remarrying
  • a parent relocating
  • a parent experiencing financial change
  • a parent developing a substance abuse problem
  • a child's well-being or safety becoming threatened
  • a child's educational or financial needs changing
  • a child growing up and moving out
Modifications require approved changes by a court judge.
We work with clients from Madison, Limestone, Jackson, and Morgan counties, including travelers or visitors from other states who suffered serious injuries in North Alabama.

For a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney, call Fulton S. Hamilton at (256) 533-7171.

No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.