Murfreesboro Civil Attorney - Micheal Jones
Micheal A. Jones

Murfreesboro Civil Attorney


Micheal A. Jones is a general practice attorney in Murfreesboro, Tennessee whose areas of practice include: General Civil Litigation (Landlord/Tenant; Contractual Dispute; Personal Injury…etc.), Family Law, Criminal Law, and Real Estate Law. Micheal also provides Rule 31 General Civil and Family Mediation services.


Micheal is an honors graduate of Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) where he majored in Criminal Justice Administration with a minor in Political Science. Micheal continued his pursuit of the legal profession by attending Nashville School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 2016.


While attending law school, Micheal worked full time with the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. During his tenure with Mental Health, he served in various roles including Executive Assistant to the Commissioner, Assistant Director of Legislation, and Director of Communications.


Prior to joining the Law Offices of Joshua T. Crain in November 2018, Micheal most recently served as the Public Information Officer for the West Tennessee Region of the State for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.


Micheal is a dedicated and passionate legal professional with years of experience in the public sector who aggressively advocates for his clients in and out of the court room.

Practice Areas
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  • J.D., Nashville School of Law (2016)
  • B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration, Middle Tennessee State University (2012)
  • Rule 31 Listed General Civil and Family Mediator (Tennessee Supreme Court)
Civil Litigation

Civil Litigation cases involve areas that are outside of criminal law and involve legal disputes between people. When these situations occur, an attorney who specializes in these areas is crucial for proper representation. Civil litigation cases may include the following:


  • Personal injury claims
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Contract negotiations
  • Real estate lawsuits
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Medical malpractice
Probate Law

Probate law is marked by settling the estate of a deceased person. The Law Offices of Joshua T. Crain understand that coping with the death of a family member is a daunting task within its own regard, so we aim to ease the stress of the situation by handling any legal matters.


While many areas of probate law arrive later in life, forming a will during the early stages of life is recommended. Young adults should consider these items as well for their future and is commonplace.


Common legal matters include the following:


  • Wills
  • Power of attorney
  • Living trust
  • Healthcare proxy