Lisa B. Rudolph is member of The Coleman Law Firm. She is a member in good standing of both the Florida and Georgia Bar and has been licensed in Florida since 1986 and Georgia since 1987. Lisa has over 31 years of litigation experience including probate and trust litigation. She graduated in 1982 with honors from the University of Florida and graduated from Nova University Law School in 1986.
Lisa has worked of counsel with several prestigious law firms in both Florida and Georgia. She understands the breadth and depth of the clients’ needs when dealing with legal matters, takes great pride in offering her clients personal service, availability and effective, practical advice. Keeping her client’s best interest in mind, Lisa seeks to resolve most legal disputes through negotiation; however, will zealously advocate for her client in situations where a cooperative agreement cannot be reached. Lisa personally manages every case to ensure that each client receives the results he or she deserves.
Lisa is a graduate of the University of Florida and the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. She is experienced with handling probate and trust administration, litigation matters, financial exploitation of the elderly, guardianships, and related family law matters.
The Jacksonville, Florida law firm of estate planning lawyers, asset protection, Florida probate attorneys, Florida estate attorneys, Florida guardianship lawyers, Florida elder law attorneys, small business lawyers, probate litigation and trust litigation attorneys with the Coleman Law Firm offer their services as Florida estate planning attorneys, Florida probate lawyers, Florida estate lawyers, Florida elder law attorneys, Florida Medicaid planning lawyers, Florida asset protection attorneys, probate and trust litigation lawyers, Florida guardianship lawyers and attorneys primarily in the Northeast Florida area including the following counties, towns, and cities: Duval County – Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach; St. Johns County – St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach, Nocatee, St. Augustine Beach; Clay County – Orange Park, Middleburg, Green Cove Springs; Nassau County – Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach, Yulee, Callahan; Flagler County – Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Bunnell; Baker County – Macclenney, Glen St. Mary; Putnam County – Palatka, Interlachen; Columbia County – Lake City, Fort White; and in other parts of Florida as requested or necessary.