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McBride Richardson, P.C. is a premier real estate closing firm serving Alabama since 1981.

McBride Richardson, P.C. is a real estate and probate focused firm, committed to excellence and integrity in everything that we do. Our firm was established in 1981 in Decatur, Alabama, and we have since extended our services throughout Alabama, primarily in Madison, Cullman, Lawrence, and Limestone Counties, including the communities of Huntsville, Madison, Hartselle, Cullman, Moulton and Athens. As a premier real estate law firm, we offer our clients legal services in all matters relating to real estate closings, including title services and escrow, and all probate matters.

Our firm has the distinction of being an ALTA Best Practices Certified firm, closing over 1,000 real estate transactions per year throughout North Alabama, and J. Calvin McBride has been awarded an AV Preeminent rating by his peers in the American Bar Association for preeminent legal ability and ethics, a distinction held by less than 10% of the national legal community.

Our promise to you, our valued client

To protect you our valued client, our firm maintains a strict privacy policy to protect your private information (Non-public Information or Sensitive Personal Identifying Information), strict wire fraud preventative measures and mitigation guidelines to protect your funds, and cyber liability insurance and crime coverage to further protect you in the event of a security breach. Our goal is to provide pleasant, exceptional, hassle-free professional service, with the highest ethical and professional standards. Experience, knowledge, and expertise matter!

Our Team

“And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” – Colossians 3:17 NIV

Every team member at McBride Richardson, P.C. is a faithful Christian, and we practice Christian principles and values, living our faith while serving our valued clients. We would love to help you!

Wire Fraud Warning


Email hacking and fraud are on the rise to fraudulently misdirect funds. Please call your escrow officer immediately using contact information found from an independent source, such as the sales contract or internet, to verify any funding instructions received. We are not responsible for any wires sent by you to an incorrect bank account.

“Due to recent reports of attempted fraud involving the hacking of email accounts and the misdirection of wired funds, please phone our office immediately if you receive any deviations from or revisions to the wiring instructions contained herein. We are not liable for any misdirected funds that do not reach our Escrow Bank Account.”