Dothan Attorneys with Prim & Mendheim, LLC

Prim & Mendheim, LLC currently consists of four total attorneys, H. Samuel Prim, III, R. Cliff Mendheim, Lauren Donaldson and Morgan Hoggle. Sam and Cliff, the majority partners in the law firm, have over 40 combined years of legal experience. Both attorneys were born and raised in Dothan having graduated from Northview High School together in 1993. They also attended law school together at the University of Alabama School of Law graduating and attaining their juris doctors in 2000. Following their graduation, both immediately returned to Dothan to begin their legal careers and have been practicing based out of Dothan since then. Because of their strong and lengthy ties to the Dothan community, both of our attorneys view their profession as an extension of a deep seated commitment to foster positive growth and reform in Dothan. As such, our attorneys are active in many different local charity organizations, they are devoted family men, and they are zealous advocates for their clients.

Morgan Hoggle

Morgan Hoggle joined Prim & Mendheim in 2019. Originally a native of Greensboro, Alabama, he graduated from Troy University in 2015 with a degree in Business Administration. In 2019, Morgan received his Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham where he was a Merit Scholar.

During law school, Morgan competitively advocated as a member of the nationally ranked Cumberland Trial Advocacy Team. He was elected by his peers as their representative to the Student Bar Association and as Treasurer of his graduating class. The Alabama State Bar approved Morgan for a Third-year Practice Card while in law school, allowing him to try-to-verdict five bench trials before graduation. After spending his undergraduate years in Troy, Morgan was eager to return to the area and advocate for clients throughout the Wiregrass.

Morgan is currently admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama State Bar, and Houston County Bar Association. His primary areas of practice include Business and Corporate Law; Real Estate Law; Boundary Disputes; Probate and Estate Administration; General Civil Litigation including Warranty, Personal Injury, Fraud, Medical Malpractice, and Wrongful Death; Family Law, including Divorce and Post-Divorce matters such as Custody, Child Support, Relocation, and Division of Marital Assets.

  • Business and Corporate Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Probate and Estate Administration
  • General Civil Litigation including Warranty, Personal Injury, Fraud, Medical Malpractice, and Wrongful Death
  • Family Law, including Divorce and Post-Divorce matters such as Custody, Child Support, Relocation, and Division of Marital Assets.
  • Alabama State Bar (2019)
  • Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law (2019)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Troy University (2015)

Prim & Mendheim

  • 207 West Adams Street
    Dothan, Alabama 36303
  • Law Firm | 334.671.9555
  • Collections Division | 334.699.2054
  • Toll-Free | 888.351.0175

ALABAMA DEBT COLLECTION PROFESSIONALS

A company’s success depends on providing goods and services under good faith. But when the good faith is not returned in the form of payment for those goods and services, the company may need help. Following repeated attempts at collecting from those unwilling to pay for goods or services rendered, a business should turn to a qualified law firm with specific skills in collections. Our firm has a Collections Division, managed by Debby Benny, devoted to assisting clients develop and implement a successful plan of action that will produce consistent results in the form of lower accounts receivable.

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