Moore and Peden

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Moore and Peden P.C. – Columbia TN Attorneys

Experienced, Trustworthy, and Capable

Founded in 1975 the firm of Moore & Peden P.C., with offices centrally located in Columbia, Tennessee, provides a broad range of legal services to both individual and business clients throughout the Middle Tennessee region.

Moore and Peden - Columbia TN Law Firm

Tracy Moore and Bruce Peden

Tracy Moore and Bruce Peden have a combined 65 years of legal experience. They know the Middle Tennessee area, people, and court system because they’ve lived and practiced here all their lives.

“Unlike mega-firms, we offer much more personalized service,” “You will meet and spend a significant amount of time with your attorney. When you call our office, you will talk with your lawyer – not a paralegal.”

Moore and Peden are experienced local litigators who are well known and respected by the trial courts in Maury County, Giles County, Marshall County, Williamson County, Hickman County, Lewis County, Lawrence County, and Wayne County of Tennessee. They live and work in the same community as the judges and juries who may ultimately hear your case.

Our Services

We provide Columbia TN and the surrounding counties with a full range of will and trust preparation, probate, conservatorship, elder law, and creditor bankruptcy services.

We have extensive litigation experience in both state and federal courts trying cases of personal injury, family law, banking and commercial law, estate litigation, workers compensation,  and land use and zoning.

See our Practice Areas for further information.


Partners Bruce Peden and Tracy Moore continue in the firm’s tradition as providers of cost-effective and timely legal representation of the highest quality in their respective areas of practice. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics and professionalism, while at the same time representing our clients with the utmost diligence and concern for their interests.

“We respect that our clients work hard for their money and honor them by doing the same.”