401 E Commerce St
Greenville, AL 36037
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Looking for a lawyer in Butler County, Alabama? The Sellers Law Firm, LLC in Greenville, AL can help. When you need someone you can trust, count on our local, family-owned law firm to represent your case. Greenville is the hometown of the founder, C. Brandon Sellers III, and he’s been serving clients in the area since 1995. Our expert team of attorneys is well-versed in Alabama state laws and specializes in bankruptcy, Social Security disability, workers’ compensation, personal injury, family law and criminal law.
At The Sellers Law Firm, you’ll get the small-town service you want and the aggressive, big-city strategy you need. We know that every case is unique. That’s why we always make it a point to sit down and get to know you during your initial consultation. From there, we’ll create an action plan personalized to your unique situation and provide you with compassionate, dedicated attention throughout the entire case.
Our Greenville, Alabama attorneys are qualified to help you with the following:• Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, foreclosure and repossession
• Social Security Disability
• Workers’ Compensation
• Personal Injury – Motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, slip and fall accidents and defective products
• Family Law – Uncontested/contested divorce, child custody/visitation, child support and modification of child custody
• Criminal Law– Drug-related offenses, DUI, traffic and felony charges
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
The attorneys at The Sellers Law Firm will be happy to review your case during a free, initial consultation at our Greenville, AL office. Find us at 401 E Commerce Street, just three blocks west of the Butler County Courthouse. Contact us today for more information.
The Sellers Law Firm is designated a debt relief agency by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States. We have proudly assisted people seeking relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code for three decades.