Loder, PC can provide legal representation and advice in matters concerning:
Serving individual and corporate clients in Birmingham and North Central Alabama for nearly 20 years.
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Complex Litigation (Injury, Criminal and Consumer Rights)
Estate Planning (Wills & Trust/Real Estate)
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P.O. Box 13545
Birmingham, AL 35202
Tel: 205-326-0566 | Direct: 205-821-3156
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Attorney Loder graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. He has done further study at Emory University’s Candler Divinity School in Atlanta, at Case Western Reserve’s Weatherhead School of Management in Cleveland and at Birmingham-Southern College. He serves as a Municipal (Special) Judge on the City of Birmingham's Municipal Court. Through his practice, he has handled a number of significant cases involving consumer and civil rights, including an often cited bankruptcy case establishing homeowner’s rights to notice before foreclosure and a heavily relied on local case establishing property exemption rights for land owned by churches and religious entities. He served as President of the Birmingham City Council in early 2004. His service was featured in Black Enterprise magazine’s top ten municipality edition. He also served as an ambassador for the American Council of Young Political Leaders on its delegation to Tanzania/Zanzibar and he has hosted a Birmingham delegation of policy and business leaders from South Africa on behalf of ACYPL.
THE FIRM PRACTICES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
- Estate Planning (Real Estate, Wills & Trusts & Estate Administration)
- Complex Litigation (Injury, Criminal and Consumer Rights)
Affiliations: Alabama State Bar Association, US District Court, 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, US Supreme Court
Phone: 205-326-0566; Direct: 205-821-3156
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