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Ms. Coleman has substantial experience in the areas of Family Law, Divorce Law, and Custody.
Ms. Coleman has been widely applauded by both clients and peers for her written and oral advocacy skills, but it is her genuine and personable approach towards client relationships which has most distinguished her. A talented and business-savvy entrepreneur, Ms. Coleman continues to diversify her practice to ensure the fulfillment of every client's needs. Ms. Coleman...
C. Randolph Coleman, entered private law practice in 1978, after six years as a Certified Public Accountant. His practice is limited to estate planning, Elder law, asset protection planning, probate and trust administration. He is a member of The Florida Bar (Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section, Elder Law Section....
Over the past two decades, Bob has been the attorney for clients in cases involving: car accidents, tractor-trailer collisions, product liability, slip and fall, work related injuries, nursing home abuse, Dram shop cases, family law matters and more. He started his career defending claims on behalf of Insurance Companies. He has tried Personal Injury, Contract, Divorce, and Criminal...
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