Yancey Albert Moore III

Yancey Albert Moore III

About Me 

Mr. Moore's practice is centered on real estate and matters which are considered initially in the probate courts. He also has experience in the representation of defendants in litigated matters. Mr. Moore has represented most of the major lenders in the north Alabama market and borrowers from those lenders. He has assisted industrial clients in negotiating and obtaining attractive tax and economic incentives for industrial expansion throughout Alabama.

 

He is an agent for First American and Mississippi Valley Title Insurance companies and routinely issues owners and lenders policies on both commercial and residential property. He has represented commercial lenders in collecting from delinquent borrowers. He is experienced in matters concerning foreclosure and the representation of creditors in the bankruptcy court. He has also represented clients with zoning requests, variances, annexations, vacations of easements and rights of way, and appeared before the local Board of Zoning Adjustment and the Planning Commission and its subcommittees. He has handled appeals from the decisions of these bodies.

 

In representing his clients, Mr. Moore has enjoyed a positive working relationship with the staffs of the Planning, Engineering, Inspection, Community Development, and Legal departments of the City of Huntsville. He serves as a hearing officer for the City of Huntsville for matters arising under its personnel policies and procedures. On an on-going basis, he represents the City of Huntsville Department of Community Development, and has worked with that department and representatives of Huntsville Housing Developments, Inc., in rehabilitating the Meadow Hills community. Mr. Moore has also provided legal services to the non-profit organization, Living in Family Transition (LIFT) Housing.

 

For several years, Mr. Moore was responsible for the evictions undertaken by the Housing Authority of the City of Huntsville. He continues to represent clients involved in landlord-tenant disputes.