We are a full service law firm active in the legal community and the community we serve…
Massey, Stotser & Nichols has been a pinnacle of business law support in the Birmingham, Alabama area for nearly 40 years. We are primarily focused on assisting business and commercial clients with issues such as business organization and simple and complex transactions.
Our attorneys are active in the legal community.
Our attorneys are active in the legal community through memberships to the Association of Trial Lawyers of America; the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association; the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; the American Bar Association; the Alabama State Bar Association; and the Birmingham Bar Association, just to name a few.
We are a team of lawyers who act as one
Our team of Alabama trial and transactional attorneys has a broad range of knowledge and experience. We draw from each others’ experiences to provide our clients with a greater level of support. This has afforded us the opportunity to cover many issues within an array about legal arenas.
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We Are a Team of Lawyers Who Act as One
Massey, Stotser & Nichols is a full-service Birmingham law firm with practice areas that include family law, business and real estate law, as well as estate planning and personal injury.
What Our Clients Say
I’ve been using Massey Stotser for over 20 years, both for my business and personally. They make me feel like family and have always kept my best interests at heart.
I have employed Massey, Stotser & Nichols numerous times over the last 15 years. I can say that every time their services were needed they delivered with excellent service and results.
Over 20 years ago Massey and Stotser created my corporation documents putting me on a road to starting what became to be one of the largest security business in the State.
As a local REALTOR, I use the real estate department on a regular basis at Massey, Stotser and Nichols. The staff and legal counsel I can honestly say, is fantastic.
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Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC, is a full-service law firm. We offer everything from real estate to family law to general and corporate litigation. Our goal is to provide top-quality legal services with a hometown feel.
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Sometimes, what we think we want turns out not to be what we want at all. This “want” can range from employment and living arrangements to changing a name. As it pertains to changing your child’s last name, there may be several reasons why you would want to make such a big change. You may […]Read Full Story
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Grandparent visitation rights are governed by Alabama Code § 30-3-4.2 (2016). Essentially, the law protects the primacy of a parent’s right to deny visitation with a grandchild, but allows a grandparent to challenge that denial under some circumstances.The previous version of the law was struck down by the Alabama Supreme Court as being unconstitutional. The […]Read Full Story
Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC, a law firm based in Birmingham, AL, is proud to announce that two of their attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 25th edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Both were nominated for their expertise in the Family Law category. Shea Waldrop from Massey, Stotser […]Read Full Story
To all the landlords out there, we wanted to let you know of very recent changes to the Landlord Tenant Act that is of major importance. Effective June 1, 2018, the following changes became effective: Act 2018-473, HB421, amends Section 35-9A-421, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to noncompliance with a rental agreement, to: (1) to […]Read Full Story
No one expects to be in an accident or to have some other injury occur to him or her, but these things do occur. When they do, you should be compensated for whatever injury you have incurred. When you are injured at the fault of another, you have two options – file suit or not […]Read Full Story
When you are involved in an accident, you may sustain physical injuries, you may sustain mental injuries, and you may even be out of work until you are able to recuperate fully. When this occurs, you want to be compensated by those responsible for your injuries. You have two options: You can file a claim […]Read Full Story
Watching your children grow into young men and women can be an overwhelming yet wonderful experience. During this time, you try to steer them in the right direction and help them make the best decisions possible. At some point, though, they will make mistakes because they are human. Unfortunately, some mistakes are bigger than others […]Read Full Story
When you and your spouse decide to have a child, you do not expect to have to take care of that child alone. You expect your child’s other parent to do his or her part in raising that child, not only physically, but financially, as well. When this does not happen, you, as the custodial […]Read Full Story
When you get into a vehicle with your friends or family members, you are probably thinking about your destination or the conversation that you will have with your loved ones on the way to your destination. Your first thought may not be whether or not you will get into an accident and become injured while […]Read Full Story