Charles W. Edmondson specializes in all facets of real estate law.
Areas of Practice:
Divorce & Family
Real Estate Law
Wills & Probate
Montgomery County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Alabama State Bar
Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America Montgomery County
Trial Lawyers Association (Former Board of Directors)
Mr. Edmondson is a graduate of the University of South Alabama and the Jones School of Law. In 19887 he began his practice of law in Montgomery, Alabama. For seventeen and a half years he worked at the law firm of Azar & Azar, LLC where his practice ranged from nursing home litigation, wrongful death, corporate laws, wills and estates to real property law.
After several years, realizing that he enjoyed courtroom work, but otherwise having a great interest in real estate, Mr. Edmondson began to focus his practice on real estate litigation including landlord-tenant relations, judicial foreclosure, boundary line disputes, mortgage enforcement and title law.
In September of 2003, Mr. Edmondson formed the law firm of Charles W. Edmondson, P.C. The firm specializes in all facets of real estate law. Mr. Edmondson is an approved real estate closing attorney for every known national and regional mortgage company providing lending services in Central Alabama. He enjoys expertise in forming legal entities to hold title to real property such as limited liability companies, partnerships and corporations. The firm also specializes in post real estate acquisition needs such as lease enforcement, foreclosure and eviction of defaulting tenants.
Kirkpatrick v. Jones, 585 So. 2d 828 (deed recission, fraud)
Ex Parte Jones, 669 So. 2d 161 (rehearing denied) On remand Jones v. Lane, 669 So. 2d 166 (case of first impression addressing railroad easement vacation, abutting landowner rights) cited in: Survey of 1194- 1995 Developments in Alabama case law 47 Ala. L. Rev 277 (1995) and 27 Ecology Law Quarterly, 351 (2000)
Smith v. First Savings of Louisiana F.S.A., 575 So. 2d 1033 (covenant abatement)
Godwin v. Bogart, 7499 So. 2d 450 (grandparent visitation, custody jurisdiction)
Bishop v. Knight 949 So. 2d 160 (reversal of trial judge for gross abuse of discretion)
Walden v. Hutchinson (civil procedure and judicial estoppels)
Dunn v. Davenport 958 So. 2d 873 (adverse possession between coterminous landowners)
Commercial & Residential Evictions S.E.S., 2002, 2003 and 2004
Boundary Law in Alabama NBI, 1998
Mastering Real Estate Titles NBI, 1997
Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Law Seminar NBI, December 2006.