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Posted by anonymous
I don't like to hammer an old man, but he does advertise himself as an attorney.
With that said, I have to publish my personal recollection of this suspicious, absent-minded lawyer.
In my personal opinion, I would keep looking for an attorney that handles his particular clientele. Here is why: He cannot be trusted. He will claim "confusion" on Notoriety-Signed, Court certified documents. (Are You Scared Yet?)
Beware! His license is in "Good Standing," but his brain isn't!.
Posted by Lydia DeVolder
Al was our attorney hired by our father to run his estate after he passed away. During a difficult time Al Martin went above and beyond doing the best job he could do despite numerous road blocks. He was always available to answer questions he really cares for his clients. He is probably one of the last honest attornies out there. I can't say enough good things. I have also had to hire him for my own personal services recently and once again he did an amazing job I would recommend him time and time again.
Posted by Steven Spolar
Mr. Martin was the estate attorney appointed by my late Father in his will. My Father's estate proved to be very difficult because of several unwarranted lawsuits and an issue with the estate administrator that required litigation to have him removed. Because of all the issues, the estate has remained in Probate for the past 9 years, a condition that Mr. Martin was not responsible for or one that he caused. In fact, it was with Mr. Martin's involvement and assistance that possible bankruptcy was avoided, which is what most likely would have happened if any of the lawsuits against the estate were lost. Because of Mr. Martin's exceptional experience and knowledge in the law, we were able to forge ahead unscathed through every bump. We owe a debt of gratitude to Al Martin for helping to guard the assets of the estate so my Father's wishes could be realized.