Frank Turner Hollon was born in Alabama in July 1963. He relocated to Louisiana where he attended Louisiana Tech University. He obtained his degree Magna Cum Laude in 1985. He proceeded to Tulane Law School in New Orleans attending on full scholarship. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from Tulane in 1988.
Frank Hollon is a seasoned attorney with a law office in Robertsdale AL. He has been licensed for 29 years. He has devoted 90 percent of his practice to litigation. His area of practice is focused on divorce and separation, adoption, family law and criminal defense.
He serves as a municipal judge for the City of Gulf Shore and a Baldwin family law attorney. He was a chief assistant at the Baldwin District Attorney’s office. In 1993, he received an award from the FBI National Law Institute in Virginia.
Frank is also a published writer. He has published two books, The God file and The Pains of April. He has represented clients as a divorce attorney, juvenile custody attorney, municipal prosecution attorney, criminal defense and juvenile delinquency attorney.
He is admitted to practice law in Alabama and the U.S District Court Southern District of Alabama.