Samuel B. Dreiling, Esq.
Sam is a Graduate of the University of Missouri, Kansas City, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Political Science and a minor in Economics. He attended law school as well at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, where he graduated on the Dean’s list while working as a real estate agent and supporting his wife and family. While in law school, Sam was the Dean of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity as well as the President of the Federalist Society. Since becoming a member of the Missouri and Tennessee Bars in 2005, Sam has been active in many aspects of the legal community, but he is most proud of his involvement as a district coordinator and team coach for the Tennessee high school Mock Trial competition.
Although beginning his legal career serving indigent defendants in General Sessions and Juvenile courts for Williamson County, Sam’s practice has become focused on civil litigation, most often involving residential real estate disputes. He has represented builders, contractors, homeowners, real estate agents, landlords, tenants and more. Sam has also engaged in litigation on behalf of consumers and businesses as well as representing plaintiffs and defendants related to personal injury disputes.
Sam spent nearly 12 years working of counsel to the firm of Sidwell and Barrett, P.C. in Franklin before founding West Main Legal associates in January of 2018. Sam’s real estate experience, both as a real estate agent and investor, were essential in the development of the West Main legal Associates facility and serve him well as a lawyer representing parties involved in real estate related litigation.
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I am Eric Larsen, founder of Larsen Law PLLC, and I have been around the criminal justice system my entire life. My father was a decorated homicide detective with the Michigan State Police. Some of his cases have been featured on the hit television shows, Forensic Files, Cold Case Files, and True Detectives. Following in his footsteps, I attended college at Michigan State University and obtained my degree in Criminal Justice. After college, I began a 12-year career with the Michigan Department of Corrections working in the prison system as well as in probation and parole.
Attorney Nichole Dusché has been working in Tennessee’s justice system for more than 14 years. Earlier in her career, Ms. Dusché worked in a prosecutor’s office, where she tried several cases and experienced what it takes to prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt. Additionally, as a former prosecutor, she has negotiated thousands of cases, which means that she knows how the other side thinks. In both the courtroom and during negotiations, she also learned about how hard it is for defendants to protect themselves and their rights. She draws on that knowledge and experience today when she represents people accused of DUI, drug charges and other crimes.
Ms. Dusché received her legal education at Nashville School of Law and attended Vanderbilt University for undergraduate studies. She has fought for the rights of clients throughout Middle Tennessee, including Williamson, Davidson, Hickman, Dickson and other counties. She feels deeply that every case is different and every client is different, but she has learned about the legal needs of the people of the area and about the strategies and procedures that can help them.
Attorney Kate Yeager Delk received her degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law and has more than a decade of experience. She formerly worked as a prosecuting district attorney, where she tried cases from misdemeanors to felonies to first-degree murders. She is committed to investing in the community through volunteer work as well. While working as a district attorney, she performed numerous acts of service, including social media safety training for parents and their children. Ms. Delk was born in Williamson County and is proud to call Tennessee her home.
Henry Ambrose, Esq.
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