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Family Law

Chase Bahr

Chase was born in International Falls, Minnesota, but moved to the Gulf Coast at an early age and has always considered it home. He grew up going to Bayside Academy and Fairhope for elementary and middle school and graduated from Satsuma High School. From there, Chase earned his Bachelor of Science from The University of Southern Mississippi, where he studied Sociology and Political Science. After a year working in the legal field, Chase went on to earn his Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While in law school, Chase was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board, the Federalist Society, the Career Development Advisory Board, the Bench and Bar Society, and the Edwin A. Horton American Inn of Court. He served as the Vice President of the Alabama Student Bar Association, sat as an Associate Justice of the Honor Court for all three years, and in his final year, Chase, along with his fellow Catholic classmates, founded the Thomas More Society and he served as its first Chancellor.

After law school, Chase began his career in insurance defense litigation, where he gained experience handling multi-million-dollar cases from their inception to resolution. However, coming from a divorced family, Chase always had the desire to practice family law and represent individuals going through difficult times rather than large corporations. The human aspect is his favorite part of his practice.

Outside of the office, Chase is involved with the Mobile Jaycees where he is currently on the Executive Committee for the Mobile Azalea Trail Maids. He and his wife are parishioners at St. Dominic Catholic Parish. In his spare time, Chase enjoys reading, cooking, and being near the water with family and friends.