American law is complex and confusing to the average citizen. State and federal courts have different rules and laws. If you’re facing criminal charges, your needs are different from those of someone seeking custody of their children. A personal injury victim has yet other requirements to ensure proper compensation. Everyone has questions about what they should do once an action has happened that involves the law. Will Fraley Attorney at Law has compiled frequently asked questions for people who need criminal defense, those who need a family lawyer, and ones who have insurance claims. We want to help the residents of Murfreesboro, TN, get the legal assistance they need.

Criminal defense FAQs

Being accused of a crime is not a situation most of us have experience facing. It is scary and confusing, and, if you’re convicted, there could be lasting negative effects on your life and that of your family. We provide legal guidance and representation for people charged with driving under the influence and similar matters, as well as drug possession and distribution. We can also help people who have been accused of theft, whether it’s a misdemeanor or a federal offense.

Before you contact us, you may want to review our criminal defense frequently asked questions to make sure you take the best actions to help you in your case.

Family law FAQs

The emotional distress that comes with any family law situation, be it a divorce, a will, a protective order, or child custody case, can cloud your judgment and decision-making. We know this and sympathize with you. We also know how to navigate these uncomfortable and painful circumstances to find the best legal outcome for you and your loved ones.

Child custody is a particularly sensitive and challenging scenario with a variety of possible results. You may wonder whether the courts still favor mothers over fathers as sole guardian, if there are things you need to do to help your fight for custody, and what the options are that will lead to the best resolution for your kids. Find the answers to these questions and more on our family law frequently asked questions page.

Personal injury FAQs

A vehicle accident, a slip and fall, a dog bite, and a doctor’s neglect are just a few examples of personal injuries that can and should yield compensation for the victims. With the involvement of insurance companies, medical providers, other attorneys, and sometimes even car repair shops and dealers, personal injury cases can be the most complicated to work through. Everyone has their own agendas and rhetoric that can sometimes confuse the victim. We are well-versed in all aspects of these types of cases.

Take a look at our frequently asked questions about personal injury cases to help you make some sense of what to do and say, as well as what you can expect as far as your rights to compensation.

If you have more questions, call us at (615) 410-7290.