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Attorney Services for Your Peace of Mind

If you have a low-stakes dispute with another party, like a person or business, you may consider filing a small claims case for resolution.
If you receive a notice of violation, seek legal advice on how to address the matter and protect your rights.
If you are unable to resolve a contract dispute through negotiation or mediation, you may need to consider litigation as a means of resolution.
Whether you have been charged with a DUI, domestic violence, theft, or any other offense, we can help protect your rights and build a strong defense strategy.

The Nashville Lawyer You Can Trust

Ashley L. Brown Law Firm focuses on delivering exceptional legal services that provide value to our clients. We understand that value for our clients goes beyond hourly rate comparison. Therefore, we prioritize efficient processes and use creative approaches to reduce legal risk to enhance client experience. Our ultimate goal is to achieve favorable results for our clients.

Accessible and approachable, readily available to answer questions, provide guidance, and address concerns.
Proven track record of success in obtaining favorable outcomes for our clients in various legal matters.
Strong advocacy, representing our clients' interests aggressively and professionally in and out of court.

Questions You May Have

Do you charge for a consultation?

At Ashley L. Brown Law Firm, we never charge for an initial consultation. At the free initial consultation, we will discuss the details of your potential case, the legal process and answer any questions you may have.

Who will work on my case?

We take pride in providing individualized attention to each and every client. You will work directly with attorney Ashley L. Brown, who will take the time to understand your unique circumstances, answer your questions, and keep you informed at every stage of your case.

Does it matter how long I wait to file a lawsuit?

You have a limited amount of time to bring a lawsuit. The statute of limitations for Tennessee injury cases is one year. You’ll have three years for property damage cases, and six years for contract cases. Keep in mind that the filing period will depend on the case type, and your matter might fall into a category not included here.
We take pride in informing, executing and leading you towards your best outcome.
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Serving Middle Tennessee
  • Cheatham County including Ashland City
  • Davidson County including Goodlettsville, Hermitage, Madison, and Nashville
  • Dickson County including Dickson
  • Maury County including Columbia and Spring Hill
  • Montgomery County including Clarksville
  • Rutherford County including Murfreesboro
  • Sumner County including Gallatin and Hendersonville
  • Williamson County including Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, and Thompson’s Station
  • Wilson County including Lebanon and Mount Juliet

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All rights reserved.