Moore and Peden

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Practice Areas

Elder Law and Probate – Our firm handles Elder Law issues including preparation of wills, living wills, powers of attorney, appointment of heathcare agents, revocable and irrevocable trusts and special needs trusts. We also provide medicaid financial planning,  representation at medicaid fair hearings, assistance with medicaid applications and nursing home patient advocacy.

We have extensive experience in all aspects of the probate process in Tennessee. Probate is the court proceeding through which a will is proved to be valid and the estate of a decedent is administered. The process, generally, includes collecting a decedent’s assets, liquidating liabilities, paying necessary taxes, and distribution of property to heirs.

Family Law – Our firm handles a full range of Family Law matters including adoption, divorce, separation, premarital agreements, paternity, custody, and support.

Personal Injury – Our firm represents individuals involved in controversies alleging a wrong or damage to another’s person, rights, reputation, or property resulting from events or activities such as automobile accidents, defective products, infliction of emotional distress, intentional misconduct, and negligence.

 

Workers’ Compensation – Our attorneys represent employees who are injured on the job in claims for lost wages and medical treatment expenses against private industry, Federal, and state and local government employers and their workers’ compensation insurers. They handle issues dealing with defenses, fraud, subrogation, and appeals.

Pulaski, TN Courthouse about 1909  - B.Wamble postcard collection

Pulaski, TN Courthouse about 1909 – B.Wamble postcard collection

For a sampling of our work in this area please refer to the appellate court opinions which are linked under the profile of attorney Tracy Moore.

Bankruptcy – Our firm represents individuals and commercial clients who are creditors in bankruptcy proceedings that are initiated by either an insolvent individual, or business, or creditors seeking to have the debtor’s remaining assets distributed among the creditors and, thereby, discharging the debtor from further obligation or restructuring and reorganizing the insolvent’s debt structure.