Charles “Will” Barfoot
Will grew up in Pike Road, Alabama and has lived in Montgomery County all of his life. He attended Auburn University Montgomery, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies. After graduation, Will attended law school at Jones School of Law in Montgomery, and he received his Juris Doctorate in 2001. While in law school, Will clerked for the law firm of Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. After passing the bar exam, Will continued his employment with the Beasley firm as an Associate Attorney until he started his own firm as a solo practitioner.
In the summer of 1988, Will was selected to represent the State of Alabama on a student exchange trip to the former Soviet Union. In 2005, Will served as a temporary Judge of Probate for Montgomery County, and in 2006, he was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Senate in Alabama’s 25th District. Will has served on the Alabama Republican Executive Committee, and in 2008, Will was elected by the voters in Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District to serve as a delegate for Gov. Mike Huckabee at the National Republican Party Convention. Will also served as legal counsel for Gov. Mike Huckabee during the 2008 Alabama Republican Presidential Primary. Will remains active in the Republican Party and is currently a member of the Montgomery County Republican Executive Committee. Will previously served on the City of Montgomery Board of Adjustments and as Vice President of the Board for Capitol Heights Place.
Will is married to Kathy Barfoot and they have five children, Erica, Reagan, Bankston, Ellie and Jeb. Will and his family are former members of Capitol Heights Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon and are now members of Thorington Road Baptist Church where he serves on the Budget and Finance Committee. Will enjoys spending time with his family, history, politics, hunting, agriculture and music of all types.
At Barfoot and Schoettker, L.L.C., Will represents clients involved in automobile collisions, wrongful death cases, premise liability claims, general civil litigation, probate matters, juvenile matters and criminal cases.