After graduating high school, Bill Price joined the US Army and served for a decade as an Officer and Soldier. Bill graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2004. He received his license to practice law in May 2005. Bill began serving an Assistant State Attorney in the state of Florida where trial work was the focus. After a couple of years of daily exposure to the rigors of trial procedure, Bill embarked on a career representing those in need. Bill has devoted his entire life and career to defense of the constitution and the rights of individuals.
Bill Price has seen exactly what it takes to provide legal service under the most difficult of circumstances. Performance in a hostile environment is a skill that he learned in military service. Now, as an advocate for families and individuals, not big corporations, Bill endeavors to help people exercise their legal rights and come back from difficult circumstances. Bill Price is licensed to practice law in Alabama and Florida.
Bryan Tharp received a BBA in Finance from the University of Georgia and a law degree from the University of Alabama. Bryan is licensed to practice law in Texas.
Prior to practicing law, Bryan served in the Army where he completed Airborne School, the Ranger Indoctrination Program, and Ranger School. In addition, he deployed four times including once to Iraq and three times to Afghanistan. Upon an honorable release from the military, Bryan worked as tax consultant for a “Big Four” accounting firm advising large corporations on tax laws. Bryan left the accounting business to focus on the practice of law where he is dedicated to representing individuals and businesses in financial distress.