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Estate Planning

Robertson Law handles complex estate issues such as probate, trusts and wills, advanced directives, and power of attorney.

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Juvenile Law

From child custody to juvenile delinquency, Robertson Law can take care of your child’s safety, well-being, and best interests.

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Criminal Law

If you’ve found yourself in legal trouble, Robertson Law can provide you with the fair and dignified defense you deserve.

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Michael Robertson, Attorney at Law

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Michael F. Robertson

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Prior to becoming an attorney, Michael worked in the automotive industry for 42 years for both General Motors and Chrysler. While at General Motors, Michael worked as a design engineer at the forefront of impact testing and through its evolution into the science it is today. Michael worked closely with legal professionals and intended to attend law school with an eye on specializing in products liability. Michael’s focus changed, however, early on in his law school days. During his first week of ...

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Huntsville Attorney

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Whether you’re looking for legal advice or need urgent help now, turn to Robertson Law. With over 15 years of experience behind him, Attorney Michael Robertson has the skills, knowledge, and resolve to pursue the best possible outcome for your situation.

We understand that sometimes people get into unfortunate situations. Regardless of your circumstances, Attorney Robertson always strives to make you feel welcome, because everyone deserves the right to fair and compassionate legal help.

We also believe in being prepared for any situation life throws your way. You don’t find the law; the law finds you. And when it does, Robertson Law is there to help with matters involving juvenile, criminal, or estate planning law.

If your child has been accused of a crime, you may be worried about their future. If you have been arrested or charged with a crime yourself, you could be daunted by the thought of finding a competent and understanding attorney. Perhaps you’ve recently experienced a tragic death in your family and are facing probate court proceedings. No matter your dilemma, Attorney Robertson can provide solid and compassionate guidance and personalized service.

The client-lawyer relationship is sacred at Robertson Law. You will be kept up to date and have the final say in the decision-making process. We strive to prepare you for any situation and empower you to make the best of your circumstances. Attorney Robertson builds strong relationships with his clients and is committed to working around the clock to get things done.

When you choose Robertson Law, you’ll have someone by your side through it all.

To learn more about the services offered at Robertson Law, give us a call today. Consultations are available both in person and over the phone.

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Services Available in English & Spanish
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Probate: Protecting Assets of the Estate

Oct 21
One of the personal representative’s most important duties is to gather, preserve, and protect the assets of a... view article

Making an Estate Plan During the Coronavirus Outbreak – Is it Even Possible to Consult with an Attorney Right Now?

Mar 31
Yes. The legal team at Robertson Law will meet with you via telephone to discuss your needs. If needed, any... view article

Can I Prepare My Own Last Will and Testament?

May 3
The simple answer to this question is yes, you can. You can draft instructions about what you want to happen to your... view article