Ausbrooks Law is a Proud Sponsor of BrightStone’s Bowability

Ausbrooks Law Office is proud to be a Lane sponsor to BrightStone’s Bowlability event.  BrightStone is a 501(c)(3) who expands the potential of adults with special needs by providing work, social support and future residential opportunities and solutions that enrich their lives. As members of this community, we believe in giving back to our community to

VOTE for Atticus for Kuranda Dog of the Month!

VOTE FOR ATTICUS! The photo with the highest number of votes will win 5 Kuranda dog beds for a dog shelter of their choice. Atticus and I chose Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin, Tennessee. You can vote once every 24 hours! Vote Early and Often!  You can VOTE through Facebook, so there is no

March Declared Developmental Disabilities Month

The Williamson County Commission passed a resolution at its meeting on Monday, March 9, 2015, proclaiming March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in Williamson County, Tennessee. Local community leaders present for the reading included (from left) Shannon Nehus, Waves, Inc. Executive Director;  Betsy Hester, County Commissioner; Kate Snow, BrightStone student, Brenda Hauk, BrightStone executive director, and

Ausbrooks Law Office becomes “Fast Lane” Sponsor for BrightStone Bowlability!

Ausbrooks Law Office has been selected as a “Fast Lane” sponsor to BrightStone’s Bowlability event.  BrightStone is a 501(c)(3) who expands the potential of adults with special needs by providing work, social support and future residential opportunities and solutions that enrich their lives. As members of this community, we believe in giving back to our community

Help the United Way of Williamson County Stuff the Bus!

Help the United Way of Williamson County Stuff the Bus! With the common goal of helping students start the school year with needed supplies, the Patricia Hart Society of United Way of Williamson County, Fairview Community Action Partnership and GraceWorks Ministries are collaborating on the “Stuff the Bus” Campaign. The public is encouraged to get