Experience. Respect. Fighting for Our Clients
The Gentle Law Firm LLC, is a Christian based law firm. Mickey J. Gentle began the practice of law in 1998 as a solo practitioner. In 2018, his wife Amanda D. Gentle became a member of the Alabama State Bar, and thus the Gentle Law Firm LLC was formed. We are a full service law firm offering representation in various areas of law. Give us a call at (256)512-0060
Areas of Practice
If you are facing criminal charges this is an overwhelming and stressful experience. If you have been arrested, you need a zealous and tenacious
attorney to fight for you. Let the Attorney’s at The Gentle Law Firm fight for you and defend your case.
Being charged with DUI in Alabama can carry some
serious consequences in Alabama, including loss of license or even jail time. If you have been charged with a driving under the influence
you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who will fight to obtain the best possible results for your case.
Being charged with a drug crime in Alabama
has major consequences. The experienced attorneys at the Gentle Law Firm LLC will fight for you.
The Attorney’s at The Gentle Law Firm, LLC have the experience and tenacity to represent those who have been accused of thef
. We fight for your rights when you are facing either misdemeanor or felony.
Assault and Battery:
If you are facing an assault or battery charge in North Alabama, you need a tenacious attorney on your side. We will meticulously search through all of the evidence and give you the best advice on how to proceed with your representation.
Whether you are pursuing adoption, experiencing marital conflict or facing another family law issue, you need an assertive and dedicated attorney with 23 years of experience who can help you find solutions to your legal problems. Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to fight for your rights as we guide you through your FAMILY LAW matter.
The Gentle Law Firm LLC has a team of attorneys ready to advise our clients on Probate Matters in the North Alabama region. When someone passes away, their estate must be properly settled in the eyes of the law and, more or less, under the supervision of the court system. The process of settling that estate is known as “probate”, and it can either be a very long and arduous process or a fairly simple one depending upon the preparations the deceased put into place before they passed on. Note that not all estates go through probate and not all assets are subjected to the rules of probate.
Estate planning can be a difficult subject to get through. Planning for your death is an uncomfortable topic, and because of this it is all-too-easy to push the thought aside. The fact of the matter, however, is that estate planning plays a vital part in ensuring your property – as well as your assets and bills – are properly dispersed and can help lift a burden off of your loved one's shoulders.
An estate plan can be put into place to help with everything from distributing property to specifying how you would like minor children to be taken care of. It is a process that goes far beyond a will, and is particularly useful in situations where children are involved, the estate is large or contains assets that are split between different locations, a business is involved, and special circumstances like blended families or families dealing with disabilities are involved. If any of the above describes your estate, then you should consider looking into estate planning consultation rather than simply completing a will. The estate plan can help better control how your estate is dispersed, how its beneficiaries are taxed, and even how any retirement plans are paid out.