Founded in 1968
Frazer Law was originally established in 1968 by William Greenwell. Since that time, the firm has constantly grown and evolved, adding new attorneys and expanding. Over the years, Frazer Law has produced two Commonwealth Attorneys, one Assistant County Attorney, and a Family Court Judge.
Mr. Frazer’s primary area of practice includes civil litigation, municipal law, real estate and probate. Mr. Frazer attended the University of Kentucky, obtaining a Bachelor of Business Administration (1989), Murray State University, obtaining a Masters of Business Administration (1995), and a Juris Doctorate from the Mississippi College School of Law (1997). He was admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1998 and the State of Tennessee (2014). Mr. Frazer is admitted to practice in the United States District Court in the Western District of Kentucky and United States Court of Appeals for the sixth circuit.
In 1998, Mr. Frazer began working with Bill Greenwell and his son Zac Greenwell as an Associate in the firm of Greenwell & Greenwell. On January 1, 1999, Zac Greenwell and Frazer formed the partnership of Greenwell & Frazer as Bill Greenwell assumed full-time duties as Commonwealth Attorney and left private practice. Since 1999, Frazer has served as City Attorney for Marion, Kentucky and from June 2002 through 2006 he served as Assistant County Attorney for Crittenden County.
Being a fourth-generation Crittenden Countian, Frazer is active in the community in which he lives. He served as a trustee of the local hospital, Crittenden Health System, which his great-grandfather, Dr. T.A. Frazer, established. Further, Frazer is a member of several local organizations promoting economic growth in the county such as Crittenden County Economic Development and the Crittenden County Chamber of Commerce. He is also currently serving as Secretary/Treasurer of the Crittenden County Bar Association as of 2007.
Frazer is also honored to represent Crittenden County on the nine-county Pennyrile Area Development District where he is a citizen board member and past Chairman. On January 11, 2007, Frazer was appointed to a four-year term by Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher to serve on the State Personnel Board.
Bart and his wife Natasha live in Crittenden County and are proud to call West Kentucky home.