Although born in Florence, Alabama, George Beason, Jr. grew up in Huntsville. Upon moving to the new subdivision Thorton Acres near Drake Avenue in 1955, George lived within 150 yards of Doug Martinson. Doug and George, along with their brothers, began a long time friendship.Upon graduating from law school, George joined the FBI as a Special Agent. Learn more about George M. Beason Jr.
Doug Martinson II was born and raised in Huntsville and is a third generation Huntsville High School graduate. Since 1990 when he joined Martinson & Beason, P.C., LawyersRating Doug has been a leader in the Huntsville community. He is happy to be practicing law with his father Doug and brother Mac. His practice focuses on estate planning and probate, wills and trust, guardianship and elder law as well as corporate and business planning and disputes. Learn more about Douglas C. Martinson II.
Since beginning his practice twenty years ago, Mac Martinson has helped business and real estate clients navigate the legal world. He was a featured speaker on real estate at the Alabama Right of Way Conference. Mac is a 1987 graduate of the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in psychology, and a 1991 graduate of the Cumberland School of Law. Read more about Mac Martinson.
The son of a judicial assistant for a district court judge, Morris Lilienthal grew up around the courthouse and quickly developed a passion for the law. He is a 2003 graduate of Cumberland School of Law where he finished in the top fifth of his class. While at Cumberland, Morris served as president of Cumberland College Democrats and was on the Moot Court board. Learn more about Morris Lilienthal.
Andrew Michael Sieja returned home to Huntsville in January 2009 to practice law with Martinson & Beason, P.C. He takes on a variety of cases but focuses on estate planning, probate, elder law, litigation, corporate law and is an Accredited VA attorney.Prior to his practice in Alabama, Andy worked with large and small law firms as well as working as a sole practitioner in Dallas, Texas where he currently still holds a license. Andy is a member of the Greater Huntsville Rotary Club where he serves as a deputy director and is actively involved in St. Marks Lutheran Church where he has attended since he was a child. Read more about Andrew Sieja.
Caleb W. Ballew joined the firm of Martinson & Beason, P.C. as an associate attorney in October 2012. Caleb’s practice areas include divorce, domestic relations, criminal defense, general civil litigation, and estate litigation. In addition, he is a certified guardian ad litem and often represents the rights of juveniles. Caleb’s wife, Kourtney, is also an attorney. Read and learn more about Caleb Ballew and how he helps people throughout Alabama.
Caleb Smith began practicing at the firm of Martinson and Beason, P.C. in the spring of 2014. He practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, asset protection, Medicaid & elder care planning, special needs planning, business law, military law, veterans’ (VA) benefits, Social Security, criminal defense and general civil litigation. Read more about Caleb Smith.
Douglas Claude Martinson passed away on November 12, 2014. He was a shareholder at the law firm of Martinson & Beason, PC. His family, friends, and colleagues greatly miss him. In 1962, Doug married Kathryn Abbott McWhorter and following law school, they settled in Huntsville where he joined his father’s law practice. Doug maintained an active legal practice at Martinson & Beason, P.C. over the course of the next 50 years. During that time, he and George Beason, helped grow his father’s small firm of two attorneys into a law firm of eight attorneys and numerous support staff.
The firm will continue to honor Doug through its enduring commitment to its clients.
Learn more about Douglas Martinson and the incredible impact he made on Martinson & Beason, P.C., and here in Huntsville.