Bethany H. Sneed is a real estate attorney, appellate law and civil litigation lawyer at Harrison, Gammons & Rawlinson, P.C., with main offices in Huntsville, Alabama.
Bethany’s practice is primarily focused on transactional work. She has extensive experience with commercial transactions concerning properties across the country and real estate matters concerning construction, development, leasing, financing and property litigation. She is an agent for Fidelity National Title Insurance Company and Stewart Title Insurance Company and routinely resolves complex title matters to enable satisfactory policies to be issued to both owners and lenders.
In addition to real estate matters, Mrs. Sneed routinely provides counsel and guidance for businesses, including: contract negotiation, business planning, document preparation, buyouts and dissolution, and business litigation. She also assists clients with estate planning and probate matters. Bethany is trained in collaborative practice and believes that regardless of the issue, utilization of equitable principals effectively leads to optimal results for her clients.
Bethany is honored to have the opportunity to continue Harrison Gammon’s reputation of providing exemplary legal representation, and is especially proud to work alongside her father (Bo) and brother (Matt). She strives to continue the firm’s tradition of excellence by taking a personal interest in every client’s well-being and facing all situations with hard work and determination.
Bethany is a graduate of Samford University. She earned her law degree from Cumberland School of Law, where she was a Director on the Trial Advocacy Board and a member of its esteemed National Trial Team.
She and her husband are happy to raise their two daughters in their hometown of Huntsville, where they are active members of First United Methodist Church.
- Commercial Real Estate
- Corporate Law
- Civil Litigation
- Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, J.D., 2011
- Samford University, B.A., 2008
- 2011, Alabama
- 2011, US District Court, Northern District of Alabama