The Powers Law Firm strives to provide each client with concise and competent legal advice and representation for reasonable compensation.
Firm History and Experience
Attorney Margaret Jane Powers founded the Powers Law Firm in 1980 to provide a broad range of legal services across Tennessee, focusing on litigation of gender employment fairness issues, family law, criminal defense, and workers' compensation. Since its inception, clients at the Powers Law Firm have come in all shapes and sizes, from the individual or families seeking legal assistance, to representing corporate clients, which have previously included the City of Crossville, the Tennessee Economic Council on Women Foundation, CABLE Women's Networking Organization and more currently, the Crossville Housing Authority.
Cumberland County is not the only location we service, as Attorney Powers has represented cases across the Upper Cumberland and beyond, as well as US Bankruptcy Court and US District Court.
For some time now, the Powers Law Firm has been an active member of the Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce and for the 2006-2007 fiscal year, Attorney Margaret Jane Powers is serving as Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. Attorney Powers is also a member of the Crossville Noon Rotary Club, board member of Hospice of Cumberland County, the Deputy Speaker of the Tennessee Bar Association House of Delegates, President of the Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women, and Chair of the Tennessee Economic Council on Women.
With dedication and careful organization of time and efforts, the Powers Law Firm has been able to fulfill all duties of the caseload and all professional activities. With that same level of organization and dedication, the Powers Law Firm will be able to represent all new clients with legal expertise for whatever cases may arise.