William Marcus Brakefield is a highly experienced attorney in Alabama and is a partner at the law firm Hubbard, McIlwain, & Brakefield P.C. He focuses on practice areas such as Banking, Bankruptcy, Creditors Rights, Commercial Loans, Real Estate, Loan Workouts, Collections, and Commercial Law.
He helps his clients with issues concerning their businesses as well as mergers & acquisitions. He also routinely handles cases related to Government Law, and aides non-profit organizations with their legal concerns.
He was born Birmingham, Alabama on 13th November 1957, and completed his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Alabama in 1979. He went on to obtain his MBA with honors from the Tulane University in 1983. He attended the University of Alabama School of Law and earned his Juris Doctorate in the year 1987.
In the same year, he passed the bar exam and earned admission to the state courts of Alabama, as well as the Northern, Middle, and Southern District Courts of Alabama.
W. Marcus Brakefield is an active member of the Tuscaloosa County and Alabama Bar Associations and has also served as the chairman of their Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section in 1998-1999 as well as Secretary and Treasurer in 1995-1996 and 1996-1997 respectively.