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Birmingham Probate and Estate Settlement Lawyer

Bill ProschAttorney William "Bill" F. Prosch Jr. possesses more than 40 years of experience representing Alabama residents dealing with a variety of legal problems. Today, he focuses his practice on Estate planning, Estate settlements, Probate and Elder Law.

Birmingham Probate Lawyer Working With Clients One-On-One

As a solo practitioner, Mr. Prosch meets with his clients directly in his office in Vestavia Hills, providing his clients the privacy they need to discuss legal problems. He prides himself on being hands-on in finding resolutions to their legal problems based on their specific needs and goals.

By providing personalized representation and tailored strategies, Bill Prosch serves as not only a lawyer for his clients, but also as a counselor and adviser. He handles all aspects of your case with attention to detail, navigating you through every step of the legal process with a focus on efficient and effective resolutions.

Bill Prosch is a probate attorney who maintains a high profile throughout Jefferson County, Shelby County and all adjacent counties, practicing in all courts and giving back to the community through active participation in volunteer legal work.

Contact William 'Bill' F. Prosch, Jr. Attorney And Counselor At Law

Bill Prosch is available for free initial consultations at his office, conveniently located near the interchange of Highway 31 and I-65, across from Mark's Outdoors and behind Milo's. His consultation hours are 9 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

In addition to Vestavia, Bill is available to serve residents of Birmingham, Hoover, Homewood, Alabaster, Pelham, and Shelby County.

Contact William "Bill" F. Prosch, Jr. Attorney and Counselor at Law online or call 205-795-2032.

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