The Powderly Law Firm was founded by Tim Powderly, a lawyer in St. Louis, Missouri. Tim has dedicated his life to helping those with legal problems. He devotes the majority of his free time to his practice to ensure that you are getting the best legal representation in St. Louis. If you’ve been looking for a St. Louis lawyer who really cares, you’ve come to the right place.
The Powderly Law Firm specializes in St. Louis bankruptcy matters. However, unlike many other St. Louis bankruptcy attorneys, The Powderly Law Firm doesn’t just push bankruptcy on everyone that walks in the door. The Powderly Law Firm also counsels clients in debt negotiation, debt consolidation, and consumer advocacy. The Powderly Law Firm will always recommend the solution that is best for you. We understand that these are hard times, and we will do what ever we can to make them easier for you.
Tim is an attorney in St. Louis practicing primarily in consumer bankruptcy, criminal law, traffic law, employment law, and family law. He graduated from Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business with a B.S. in Finance. Tim also graduated from the Saint Louis University School of Law with a Certificate in Employment Law. While in law school, Tim received the Academic Excellence Award in the Consumer Credit Transactions course and was invited into the advanced appellate writing course. Tim was a member of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review and was chosen to have his article published while on staff.
Throughout law school, Tim served as a law clerk to the John V. LaBarge Jr., a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee in St. Louis. Upon graduation, Tim worked for the Chapter 13 Trustee in Bankruptcy for the Eastern District of Missouri. Tim later opened his own law firm where he is dedicated to assisting his clients resolve their legal problems. Tim is admitted to practice in Missouri, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA).
In addition to his law practice, Tim enjoys spending time with his wife Kim and their two dogs. He is an avid St. Louis sports fan as he roots on the Cardinals, Blues, and Rams.
“Limiting the Ways to Skin A Cat – A Call to End the Twenty Year Perplexity of the Cat’s Paw Theory in Staub v. Proctor” Volume 31 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review
Location: St. Louis, MO
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