Christopher A. Arledge

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Christopher A. Arledge began his practice in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, in 1998, with the firm of Armstrong, Thomas, Leach, Lampton & Arledge, PLLC, focusing on the areas of real estate, forestry, wills and estates, corporate law, municipal law and creditors' rights. Mr. Arledge represented numerous banks and timber companies and regularly handled all types of real estate/timber transactions and estate matters. Mr. Arledge served as Town Attorney and Prosecutor for the Town of Wesson, Mississippi, and was subsequently appointed Municipal Judge for the Town of Wesson. Mr. Arledge, who is from Gulfport, Mississippi, relocated to Mobile, Alabama in 2007 and joined The Atchison Firm, where he continues to practice in the same areas.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(251) 665-7200  Phone
(251) 665-7250  Fax
University Attended:
University of Southern Mississippi, B.S., 1994
Law School Attended:
University of Mississippi, J.D., 1998
Year of First Admission:
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Mississippi; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama; 1998, Mississippi; 2007, Alabama
Mobile Bar Association; Alabama State Bar; The Mississippi Bar.

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Mobile, Alabama

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