OAKMAN — Feltman Law, LLC. has officially opened its doors in Oakman, marking a significant milestone for attorney Brandy Feltman.
With a deep-rooted connection to the town, Feltman’s decision to establish her law firm in her hometown reflects her commitment to serving the community where she grew up.
Born and raised in Corona, Alabama, Feltman hails from a blue-collar family and is the first in her immediate family to graduate high school. She is also the first in her extended family to hold a professional degree and become an attorney. Feltman’s humble beginnings and her upbringing in a small business for 25 years have shaped her passion for entrepreneurship and the desire to make a difference in her community.
“I am a third generation business owner. It’s who I am, it’s what I am passionate about and it is the reason I decided to re-open my law office and the first law firm in my hometown of Oakman,” she said.
Oakman holds a special place in Feltman’s heart, as she is a proud graduate of Oakman High School, class of 2009. It was in Oakman where she met her husband 17 years ago, further solidifying her ties to the town.
Feltman’s journey in the legal field began at a young age when she interned with the late and retired Circuit Judge Hugh Beaird right after high school. Her dedication to the legal profession continued as she worked with various attorneys in Walker County before establishing Feltman Law, LLC. in September 2017 upon graduating from Birmingham School of Law in 2016.
Feltman Law, LLC. operates as a full-service law firm, representing clients in a wide range of cases and claims. While offering comprehensive legal services, Feltman’s primary focus lies in criminal defense, advocating for individuals facing legal challenges in the criminal justice system.
To celebrate the opening of Feltman Law, LLC., an open house will be held on October 21 in conjunction with the Days Gap Festival in Oakman. The open house will take place from noon to 3 p.m. at the firm’s location on 8258 Market Street.