Stephens Millirons, P.C.

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Firm Overview

Since 1973, the attorneys at Stephens Millirons, P.C., have served clients in the state of Alabama. We pride ourselves on service-oriented representations of our clients, using a team-oriented approach to capitalize on the diverse knowledge and experiences of our attorneys. Stephens Millirons, P.C., has maintained an active role in local and State civic and legal organizations, requiring its attorneys to demonstrate leadership and involvement in the communities.

In our relationships with our clients, we strive to provide an expedient resolution to the clients' issues, whether in court or a transaction. We draw on the experience of our attorneys to counsel the client in choosing between the options provided by the law.

In the course of our firm's existence, it has accumulated substantial experience in real estate law, to include closings, mortgage related issues and litigation that involves real estate, such as title disputes, divorces or construction related issues. We also provide a full range of services to individual and business clients, with an emphasis on estate planning, domestic and family law, personal injury and worker's compensation, business planning and commercial litigation.

Individual and business clients throughout Madison County and all of Alabama have turned to Stephens Millirons, P.C., for exceptional legal counsel for more than three decades.

The principles on which the firm was founded in 1973 - dedication to quality, unwavering integrity and respect for clients
Main Office

Main Office
120 Seven Cedars Drive
Huntsville  AL  35802-1692

Phone
  • 256-382-5500
Real Estate
Real Estate - Residential and Commercial Transactions
At Stephens Millirons, P.C., we have been involved in all aspects of acquiring and developing commercial and residential real estate for many years. We work with developers, property owners, buyers, sellers, managers, tenants and financial institutions in all phases of commercial real estate activity. For residential real estate sales, our attorneys help protect the rights of buyers and sellers throughout the state. We manage real estate closings, review contracts, and perform title searches and all other tasks associated with real estate transactions.

Our expertise includes:
-Negotiation of Contracts and Leases
-Residential and Commercial Closings
-Land Acquisition and Development
-Title Commitments and Insurance
-Foreclosure / Ejectments
-REO Closings
-Creditor's Bankruptcy Rights
-Formation of Business Entities, i.e. Corporations, LLCs, etc.

Although this area of our practice concentrates on Huntsville, Madison County, and the surrounding counties of Limestone, Morgan, Marshall and Jackson, we have developed a network of attorneys and title companies that enables us to close or assist in closings throughout Alabama.

Joshua White

Joshua B. White began practicing law in 2003. Prior to association with our firm in 2007, he was a solo practitioner specializing in real estate related litigation and worker's compensation. Joshua received his B.A. Degree in 2000 from Birmingham-Southern College and a J.D. from the University of Alabama in 2003.

Joshua represents his clients in the federal, bankruptcy, and state courts of Alabama and Tennessee. Joshua practices in all areas of civil litigation but concentrates on issues involving the defense of security interests in real estate, remediating title to real estate and defending suits brought against mortgage lenders and servicers. Joshua also represents injured workers in claims against their employers and other clients who have been injured.

Education:
-Birmingham-Southern College, B.A., 2000; University of Alabama, J.D., 2003

Practice Areas:
-Civil Litigation, Creditor Bankruptcy, Curative Title, Worker's Compensation & Personal Injury

Membership:
-Huntsville, Madison County and American Bar Associations

Admissions:
-2003, Alabama and U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama; 2005 Middle District of Alabama; 2008 Southern District of Alabama; and, 2010 Tennessee

Published Cases
-Nationwide Mut. Fire Ins. Co. v. Austin, 34 So. 3d 1238 (Ala. 2009).
Education
  • University of Alabama
    Juris Doctorate
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