The father-son team of Tate & Tate serves as a reliable, affordable partner for Alabama families who need legal representation. With a combined total of nearly half a century of legal experience, our attorneys are here to provide you with practical, result-oriented solutions to difficult problems. We are committed to serving our clients’ best interests and doing whatever is legally possible to help them achieve favorable outcomes.
Experience You Can Trust
At Tate and Tate, we put our clients first. Trust us: there’s no detail too small or any question too unimportant for us to answer when discussing your legal situation. We encourage our clients to take an active role in the decision-making process because we believe that informed clients are more likely to get better results than those who feel detached from the legal process. Our goal is to be Fort Payne’s go-to law firm, and we take great pride in our ability to provide each client with the personalized attention they deserve. If you are struggling with an important legal issue, we want to hear from you. No matter what the specific circumstances of your situation may be, you can trust that we will work hard on your behalf and protect your interests and rights every step of the way.
Areas of Practice
Tate & Tate is proud to focus on several areas of the law on behalf of our Alabama clients. Our three main practice areas include:
- Estate Planning and Administration
- Social Security Disability Insurance
- Traffic and Misdemeanor Criminal Defense
If you’re not sure if we handle legal issues like yours, feel free to give us a call about your case. We’ll be able to give you more information about whether or not we can assist you once we know more about the details involved.
About Our Team
The two attorneys at Tate & Tate are Patrick H. Tate and Patrick L. Tate. The elder Tate served in the US military for 27 years. As a veteran himself, he understands how difficult it can be for veterans to navigate and secure the federal benefits they may be entitled to. The younger Tate focuses primarily on probate law and misdemeanor criminal defense. Visit our firm’s Attorney Profiles page to learn more about the Tates’ respective legal and educational backgrounds.
The Bottom Line
Whether you’ve been delaying putting an estate plan in place or you’re dealing with a more time-sensitive matter such as a recent denial of SSDI benefits or misdemeanor arrest, chances are that you can benefit from one-on-one, personalized legal services. We’ll work side-by-side with you to resolve your case as quickly as possible, and in some cases, such as SSDI appeals, we won’t collect a fee unless we’re successful in securing you a favorable outcome. Contact our Fort Payne office today to get started with a knowledgeable legal ally in your corner.