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Ward Law, LLC - Alabama DUI defense, driver license, expungement, estate planning & administration

Ward Law, LLC is an Alabama law firm based in Huntsville, Alabama, focused on DUI defense, driver license suspension & revocation, CDL disqualification, expungement, estate planning & estate administration.





Ward Law, LLC is the law firm of attorney Frank Ward. Mr. Ward is a lawyer whose practice focuses of DUI defense, estate planning & estate probate administration. Mr. Ward also has extensive experience with driver license suspensions, revocations, CDL disqualifications, and expungement of criminal records. The firm is located in Huntsville, Alabama and serves clients throughout North Alabama.

Experienced. Attorney Frank Ward has represented clients throughout North Alabama for more than 11 years and tried cases in many courts. He has even co-authored a book for other attorneys on Alabama DUI defense. 

Focused. Mr. Ward endeavors to never lose focus on the needs of his clients, and to do his utmost to achieve their goals.  Let him focus on your needs and get you results.

Driven. The practice of law is not just a job for him; it is his passion. He is driven to strive for the best possible outcome he can for each of his clients, and he wants to put that drive to work for you.


Practice Areas

DUI Defense

Frank Ward has represented hundreds of people charged with DUI in Alabama, and he has helped many of them avoid DUI convictions.  He is a co-author of the Alabama DUI Handbook, a comprehensive reference book on Alabama DUI defense for attorneys. He has been a member of the National College for DUI Defense since 2010. He has given presentations to other Alabama attorneys on the subject of Alabama DUI defense.  If you are facing a DUI criminal charge in Alabama, it is important to have an attorney who has experience and training in DUI defense.  Let Mr. Ward put his experience to work for you.

Estate Planning

If you are an adult in Alabama, you need a well-written will. You may also need other estate planning documents. If you already have a will, it is a good idea to get a will “checkup” after any major life event, such as a marriage, childbirth, divorce or remarriage. A will does not just have to do with assets; it also lets you to nominate a guardian for your children if something were to happen to you. Frank Ward crafts custom estate plans to meet the varied needs of his clients. Call him if you need a new will or an estate plan checkup.

Driver License

Mr. Ward has represented hundreds of clients with Alabama Driver License issues. Most Alabama DUI arrests result in a parallel driver license suspension case.  Additionally, person can face a driver license suspension on a variety of other grounds. Losing your license can have devastating consequences, especially your license is necessary for your job. If you are facing a license suspension, there is hope, but it is important to act fast to avoid deadlines. For example, there is a 10-day deadline for DUI arrest breath test/refusal suspensions. Frank Ward has helped hundreds of Alabama drivers get their licenses back. He wants to help you too. 

Estate Administration

The passing of a loved one is one is difficult enough, but the stress of not knowing what happens next with the loved ones assets, bills and debts just adds more strain to an already difficult time. Does their estate need to be probated? What happens to the loved ones bills, property, insurance etc?  Mr. Ward can help answer your questions and more.  Give him a call today.


Frank Ward has helped hundreds of people expunge old Alabama criminal charges. For many years Alabama did not have a procedure for removing an old Alabama arrest record.  Thankfully, that changed in 2014.  Now most people who were arrested or charged with a crime in Alabama are eligible to file to have that old arrest removed (expunged) if the underlying case was resolved favorably.  However, expungement is not automatic.  You should seek the help of an experienced Alabama expungement attorney.  Call Mr. Ward today to find out if you are eligible to file for expungement. He wants to help.