Robertsdale, Alabama

JP Coleman Law, LLC, Attorneys at Law

JP Coleman Law, LLC, Attorneys at Law

22787 AL-59
Robertsdale, AL 36567
(251) 947-6247
JP Coleman Law, LLC, Attorneys at Law, Family Law, Services, Robertsdale, Alabama

At J.P. Coleman Law, LLC, Attorneys at Law, they understand how important it is to have someone knowledgeable on your side when you need legal advice or a vigorous defense. Located in Robertsdale, AL, they provide legal representation and counsel to clients throughout Baldwin County.

If you or a loved one is facing a legal issue, don’t settle for an inexperienced attorney. As a father-and-son team with an extensive background in the law, this firm handles cases pertaining to family and criminal law matters, wills and trusts, estate planning, civil litigation, and mediation. Whether you're seeking counsel on an important issue or looking for full representation in a court of law, the team at JP Coleman Attorney at Law is ready to hear your case and defend your interests.

These lawyers are dedicated to their clients, so they take the time to hear every case in full before recommending tactics and solutions. They clarify legal jargon to make sure you understand every step before moving forward. When hired to serve as courtroom representation, they will ensure you are treated fairly and work toward protecting your rights and securing any applicable damages.  

If you’re looking for a team of experienced attorneys who have your best interest in mind, then look no further than the legal duo at J.P. Coleman Law, LLC, Attorneys at Law. To speak with one of their trusted attorneys, call (251) 947-6247 and schedule a free initial consultation. You can also read more about their experience and practice areas by visiting them online.  

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3 Steps to Prepare for a Consultation With a Criminal Defense Attorney, Robertsdale, Alabama
If you've been charged with a criminal offense, an attorney will be your ally and advocate in the justice system. During an initial consultation with a lawyer, you want to take full ...read more
A Guide to Child Custody for Unmarried Couples in Louisiana, Robertsdale, Alabama
If you’re splitting up with a partner you never married but share children with, you may face complicated child custody issues. Each state has different laws regarding automatic lega...read more
What Does a Breach of Contract Dispute Entail? , Robertsdale, Alabama
When someone agrees to perform a task or render service for compensation and then fail to do it, attorneys call the failure a contract breach. If an individual breaks a con...read more
What a Parent Should Do When a Teen Gets Charged With DUI, Robertsdale, Alabama
In Alabama, most motorists will face charges for driving under the influence if they register a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of 0.08% or higher. Since the state has a zero-...read more
A Beginner’s Guide to Alabama Premises Liability Law, Robertsdale, Alabama
When someone is injured on another party’s property, the property owner could be held liable. Depending on the reasons for their visit and the circumstances surrounding their injury,...read more
A will is a document that provides instructions for how a person’s assets are to be distributed upon their passing. This may include real estate, cash, and investments. A will a...read more
When a loved one passes away, the events that follow are typically charged with anxiety and emotion. This can be particularly true when it comes to handling the estate, as even ...read more
If you have been arrested for a criminal offense, you know how it impacts your life. Fortunately, Alabama’s criminal defense law offers an opportunity to expunge certain arrest recor...read more
It’s illegal to operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you’ve been accused of driving drunk in Alabama, it’s important to understand how DUI (driving und...read more
Most personal injury claims are founded on negligence, which requires plaintiffs to prove four primary elements. If you were hurt because someone else failed to act with reasonable c...read more
Being charged with a felony offense can be a life-altering experience. How you handle the situation will go a long way in determining the outcome of the case. So a counselor can buil...read more
Family law attorneys specialize in areas of the law dealing with family relations, including divorce, child custody, child support, and adoption. If you’re in the process of dissolvi...read more
Sometimes, being a homeowner doesn’t mean that you own your property outright. If you owe a debt, your creditor may file a property lien, which is a claim that could force you t...read more
Domestic violence laws in Alabama cover a wide range of prohibitive behavior between people who have certain personal and familial relationships. However, because the guidelines are&...read more
Creating a parenting plan that works for both parties isn’t always easy. While a couple may be separating on amicable terms, the details about raising their children may ta...read more
Although being a homeowner has many advantages, some challenges may require the assistance of an attorney to navigate. For example, your neighborhood’s HOA may take an acti...read more
Those accused of theft in Alabama face a possibility of four different levels of charges. If you or someone you know finds themselves in this situation, it’s best to contact an attor...read more
When you’re renting a house or apartment, getting evicted is the last thing you want to happen. Sometimes, though, circumstances change and your landlord asks you to vacate the prope...read more
Every state has strict laws concerning the possession of a controlled substance, and Alabama is no exception. Getting caught with drugs may be considered either a misdemeanor or felo...read more
Getting charged with the possession of illegal drugs can abruptly impact your life, but you don’t have to face the situation without help. Since court-appointed public defenders are ...read more
When two people are getting divorced, they are ending a marriage that they thought was going to last, and they are also having to divide marital property and, oftentimes, address cus...read more
With Spring and Summer upon us the possibility of obtaining a Public Intoxication charge becomes more of a possibility with the police on the lookout for spring breakers and summer v...read more
An estate plan gives you the power to decide who receives your assets after you’re gone and provides those you trust with the legal authority to act on your behalf. However, every li...read more
One of the more important documents you can sign is your last will and testament. This is a document in which you are able to designate how your assets are distributed after your dea...read more
How Coronavirus Affects Your Case with J.P. Coleman Law, LLC   Just like you and your family are adapting to the many changes in your day-to-day today life caused by the Coron...read more
Prosecution and conviction for driving under the influence, commonly known as DUI, can affect your personal life and career for years after the case ends. Though you may feel ho...read more
Trusts are versatile estate planning tools for adults of all ages. Whether you’re a spouse, a parent, or single with no children, creating trusts can help you preserve and distribute...read more
One mistake can affect your future, especially when the result is something as serious as a DUI charge. Once you’ve been arrested, the outcome of your case will depend on the next ac...read more
Whenever you use social media, it can become part of the public record. While this activity may not carry much weight in normal day-to-day life, it can pose a variety of threats to t...read more
Family courts are required to make initial custody determinations based on the best interests of the child, which means a parent’s criminal record can have a significant im...read more
Sometimes, relatives of a child may find themselves in a situation where they may find it necessary to seek custody of a child. This can include grandparents, aunts and uncles a...read more
Every state defines theft in much the same way—obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over another’s property—but each handles the corresponding charges differently. In Alabama, ...read more
If you were charged with a DUI and are facing a hearing, you must prepare. After all, how you present both yourself and your case can make a significant difference in whether you rec...read more
Each state has its own rules for determining child custody and support, and Louisiana is no different. While the laws may be similar to those in other states, the issue of support of...read more
The McLendon Standard is a legal statute that determines how child custody orders are modified in the state of Alabama. Based on the results of the 1984 Alabama Supreme Court lawsuit...read more
One group routinely affected by child custody, divorce and family law cases is grandparents. In these cases, grandparents are left wondering what legal rights they have to their gran...read more
Executing a will is one of the most important steps you can take in estate planning. With this document, you’re able to express your wishes regarding asset distribution, a guardian f...read more
Many state legislatures across the U.S. have relaxed their stance on marijuana in recent years, but Alabama laws remain some of the harshest in the country. Just getting caught with ...read more
Wills and trusts are both powerful legal instruments that give you the ability to decide how your assets should be divided after your death as well as who should manage your est...read more
Many adolescent children make mistakes, sometimes getting themselves into trouble that leads to stiff legal repercussions. To make matters worse, many parents whose children have bee...read more
It’s a common misperception that estate planning is exclusive to wealth or old age. Remember, everybody dies. We don’t like to think about it. You’ll hear people say “if I die” or “i...read more
Most legal disputes can generally be settled through arbitration and negotiation, in which a skilled mediator attempts to find an agreement all parties can agree to. When a negotiate...read more
After an individual passes away, their estate must go through an administrative legal process called probate. Probate laws are complex, and the proceedings are often lengthy and more...read more
When a person passes away, their estate goes to assorted beneficiaries such as spouses, children and grandchildren, and nonprofit organizations. Under probate law, the state court “f...read more
Our legal system is divided up into two distinct parts, which are the criminal and civil court systems. Although an attorney may practice in both areas of law, this require...read more
While criminal law penalizes defendants in an attempt to deter them from committing subsequent offenses, juvenile law is primarily rehabilitative. In other words, if your t...read more
If you’ve been wronged by an individual or business, you can bring the matter to civil court. As the plaintiff, an attorney will work with you to ensure the defendant is ordered to p...read more
If you’re facing criminal charges, it’s essential to find the right legal team to take the case. At the end of the day, whomever you choose to represent you will influence&...read more
Homeowners associations exist to maintain operations and order in residential communities. But in some cases, you may find yourself at odds with your local HOA—for instance, if they ...read more
A divorce lawyer can make a significant positive difference in the outcome of your divorce settlement negotiations or mediation, especially regarding your child or children. As your ...read more
A DUI charge is not something to take lightly, as it can have several long-term consequences in your personal and professional life. If convicted of driving under the influence in Al...read more
The holiday season offers plenty of opportunities to gather with family and friends over food and drinks. Unfortunately, the booze-infused festivities throughout December also make t...read more
The end of a marriage can be a time of great uncertainty, and you don't need prior experience with a divorce lawyer to understand that a lot of very important decisions need to ...read more
In any child custody or divorce matter where the parties have children together, the court, with a few exceptions, will make an order regarding child support. The attorneys at J...read more
Common types of plea agreements: While many criminal cases are resolved by way of a trial, either before a jury or before a judge, most criminal cases resolve with the defendant ent...read more
Of the many types of family law, the most common type is divorces.  In Alabama, circuit courts have the power to dissolve a marriage, determine the care, custody and control of ...read more
Estate planning offers a golden opportunity that every adult should take advantage of: The chance to custom-design the legacy you leave. But given the legal considerations involved i...read more
Family law is a broad area of practice that deals with a range of legal topics involving domestic relationships. Attorneys who specialize in this field often represent cases associat...read more
To provide stability to families and closure to divorcing couples, child custody orders are meant to be final. While these arrangements can be amended, doing so requires a substantia...read more
When a couple who has children together decides to go their separate ways, child support is often one of the most challenging issues to work out. Regardless of the custody arrangemen...read more
What if you and your ex-spouse have gone to court, gotten divorced, and he or she is now violating the Court’s order?  What if that person isn’t paying child support, or what if...read more
At J.P. Coleman Law, one of the most common family law questions we get asked is, “What do I have to do to modify custody?” Child custody modifications are one of the most commo...read more
Divorces are difficult enough as it is.  In addition to the emotional turmoil that comes with the breakdown of any marriage, there are multiple factors at play in any divorce, i...read more
If you are facing criminal charges, there is a lot at stake. In addition to potentially going to jail, there are fines and other restrictions that come with either being convicting o...read more
Divorces are extremely difficult times for all parties involved, even if the divorce itself is relatively amicable.  People occasionally ask, “Do I need an attorney to get divor...read more
When parties get divorced, oftentimes a party will ask, “Am I entitled to any alimony from my ex-spouse?” Generally speaking, alimony is intended to financially maintain or support a...read more
Being charged with a DUI is a very serious matter. As a result, you need an attorney with the knowledge and experience necessary to give yourself the best chance of success. Selectin...read more
Sharing parenting responsibilities with an ex-spouse can be extremely difficult, even when the divorce was not especially acrimonious. Hurt feelings and lingering resentments can som...read more
Joint child custody is never easy, but most children of divorce benefit from maintaining a close relationship with both of their parents.  That said, spending time away from you...read more
Frequently Asked Questions: Interlock Devices and DUI’s If you’ve been charged with a DUI, then you will want to talk with your criminal defense lawyer about whether you will be req...read more
Family law cases are often complex, and they can cover a broad range of circumstances. Because this area of the law is so extensive, it might be confusing to determine where your cas...read more
Although all your energy leading up to the big day is spent on planning for the wedding, safeguarding the future should take priority after tying the knot. That’s why newlyweds ...read more