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Newport Beach Probate & Estate Administration Law Firm
· Real estate title work
· Business litigation
· Personal and business financial litigation
· Probate and trust administration and litigation
Throughout the course of his legal career, Mr. Coleman has achieved notable success advocating on behalf of his clients dealing with highly complex, high-stakes issues, including partnership and shareholder disputes, unfair competition defense, employment law matters, trademark and intellectual property litigation, legal and accounting malpractice, and more. Through his law firm, he routinely handles matters involving breaches of contract and business tort claims, particularly those involving real estate and secured financing.
No matter the issues his clients are facing or the complexities involved with their cases, Mr. Coleman delivers highly personalized counsel to those he serves to fully understand their needs so that he can devise the most effective strategy possible to help them achieve the positive results they seek efficiently and cost-effectively. Honored for his outstanding professionalism and service, Mr. Coleman has earned numerous top rankings and endorsements from his peers along with many testimonials and referrals from his satisfied clients.
After graduating with high honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1997, Mr. Coleman attended Fordham Law School in New York City, where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2000.
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About The Coleman Firm
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Jeffrey A. Coleman (Founder & principal )
Accepts Credit Cards
417 31st StreetUnit B Newport Beach, CA 92663
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