Merger Announced Between MSN, PC & Kee Law Firm, LLC

June 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The full-service Birmingham law firm has acquired another local firm in order to offer a wider range of legal services for individuals, businesses and governmental organizations.

Massey Stotser & Nichols, PC announces that it has combined with local Birmingham firm Kee Law Firm, LLC to expand legal services for its clients. The merger officially took place on June 1, 2019. Working together and drawing from each other's experiences, the combined firm will be able to provide clients with a greater level of legal support.

“We've always recognized the strength and experience of Kee Law Firm,” said Rick Stotser, Senior Partner of Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC. “When we discovered that our attorneys and practices were so complementary, uniting our firms made sense. Together, we offer legal counsel to meet a wide range of needs for clients that now extends well beyond Alabama. We are excited about working in unison toward helping our clients with our combined know-how.”

Kee Law Firm has a diverse group of clients ranging from individuals to several Fortune 500 companies to numerous locally-based small and medium-sized businesses. The law firm's dedication to provide personalized services and the best solutions match well with Massey, Stotser & Nichols' goal to effectively represent and take care of its clients.

Jim Kee, Senior Partner of Kee Law Firm, LLC said this about the merger, “I am delighted to announce that the lawyers and staff of Kee Law Firm have become part of the Massey, Stotser, and Nichols firm. The synergies between the firms' practice areas are remarkable. Massey, Stotser and Nichols has been recognized as one of the premier full-service law firms in Alabama for many years.”

Both Massey, Stotser & Nichols and Kee Law Firm have a wealth of experience in representing businesses and governmental clients in numerous litigation areas including civil litigation, commercial and residential construction litigation, insurance, governmental law, and business planning for clients. It is expected that both firms' present clients will greatly benefit from the joining together of the two firms.

The combined team of experienced Alabama attorneys is working together on a broad range of litigation fields. Learn more about the attorneys at Massey, Stotser & Nichols by visiting https://www.msnattorneys.com/people. Or, read about Kee Law Firm by going to http://www.keelawfirm.com/kee_attorneys.html.

About Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC:

Founded in 1977, Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC provides legal services for individuals, families, and businesses in the Birmingham area. The firm's team of Alabama trial and transactional attorneys has a comprehensive range of experience and knowledge. Covering many issues in the legal arena, the firm offers representation in areas including business law, real estate law, mediation, insurance, construction, government, family law, estate planning, and probate. Visit https://www.msnattorneys.com to learn more.


For more information about Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC, contact the company here:

Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC
Shea Waldrop
(205) 838-9000
1780 Gadsden Highway Birmingham, Alabama 35235

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