Relationships matter. Relationships are the backbone of any successful business endeavor. Relationships make life more enjoyable. Relationships also drive us as people and give meaning to the lives we are living. Attorney Nathan Dickson brings a relationship-based focus to the practice of law.
Nathan offers counsel and representation to clients on a number of issues involving business, estate, and conflict resolution matters. Nathan’s relational practice of law has built successful working relationships with agents, clients, and other counsel to understand the motivations and needs of everyone involved in a transaction or dispute. Nathan has years of experience involving business disputes, estate and probate matters, insurance disputes, and matters involving complex facts and catastrophic injuries for injured clients.
Nathan handles matters in probate, from probating and administering wills and estates to resolving conflicts related to the probate process. He handles matters related to insurance disputes and bad faith, as well as representing businesses that have been harmed financially. Nathan handles a broad range of issues for farmers throughout the southeast, including defective farming equipment and issues related to seed, herbicide, and other implements damaging a farming operation. Nathan also has years of experience with traumatic injuries and wrongful death matters and continues to represent a select number of clients in those complex matters.
Nathan is a certified mediator who regularly works with attorneys and individuals to try to resolve disputes between the parties either during the litigation process or to avoid the litigation process altogether.
Outside of the Firm
Nathan and his wife, Vaughan, live in Pike Road and have two boys. Nathan is active in all the communities he serves. Since moving to Pike Road, Nathan has been active in coaching youth sports. He coaches baseball and is on the board for the Montgomery American Baseball League. While living in Union Springs, Nathan served on the Bullock County School Board, as President of the Union Springs Recreation Board, the Bullock County Tourism Committee, and the Union Springs Community Outreach Council. He is also the founder and is President of the Bullock County Social Justice Foundation, a nonprofit corporation building community and providing enrichment opportunities for youth and children in Bullock County, Alabama.
Nathan has served in numerous roles in his local United Methodist congregation and in leadership throughout the Alabama-West Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Juris Doctorate (2005), cum laude
Washington and Lee University School of Law
B.A. (2001), magna cum laude
New York, 2012
Member, Alabama State Bar
Chair, Long Range Strategic Planning Task Force
Executive Committee, Young Lawyers Section
Chairman, Admissions Ceremony Committee
Member, The Mississippi Bar
Member, New York State Bar Association
Past President, Third Judicial Circuit Bar Association