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Angel Kane, Partner

Angel Kane - Kane Crowell Attorneys At Law


615-444-8081 – Office Phone
615-560-1874 – Fax Number – e-Mail
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Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Wills & Trusts


Angel Kane has been practicing law since 1995. While in law school Angel was a member of the University of Memphis Law Review.   She also served as a judicial law clerk for Chancery Court. Upon graduation, she practiced with the law firm of Crislip, Philip & Associates.  There she worked in the areas of creditor’s rights, family law, wills, trusts and business litigation.  

In 1998, Angel and her husband, Brody Kane, returned to Wilson County, where Angel joined the law firm of Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds. Then in 2005, she joined Brody at McBrien and Kane.  Since then she focused her practice on family law, estate planning, and business law.

Areas of Law 

In her practice she handles divorce, custody, paternity, alimony, child support, grandparent visitation, parental relocationadoption, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, estate planning, probate and business formation.

Angel Kane was appointed as a part-time Municipal Judge in 2014. 


Angel Kane is an active member of the 15th Judicial District Bar Association and a graduate of Leadership Wilson. In 2008, she co-founded the media company, Wilson Living Magazine, LLC.  In fact, this publication is a bi-monthly regional print and digital magazine with a readership of over 50,000 readers. Additionally, Angel is a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, Lebanon Democrat, Carthage Courier and The Wilson Post.

Angel and her family attend First United Methodist Church. She and her husband have three children.

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9 Essential Legal Documents for When Your Child Turns 18

When your child turns 18, they officially become adults in the eyes of the law. While this transition is often marked by newfound independence and responsibilities, it also creates the need for various legal documents to protect their rights and well-being. Here are some crucial legal documents you should consider for your child as they […]

Understanding Tennessee Community Property Trusts

Community Property Trusts (CPTs) are valuable estate planning tools that offer unique benefits for married couples in Tennessee. While not as common as traditional revocable living trusts, CPTs provide a means to manage and protect assets while taking advantage of Tennessee’s community property laws. Below, we’ll delve into the key aspects of Tennessee Community Property […]

Health Care and Financial Power of Attorneys: A Crucial Legal Consideration

Planning for the future involves more than just setting goals, it requires comprehensive legal arrangements to ensure one’s wishes are honored, even in unforeseen circumstances. Two critical aspects of such planning are the Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA) and Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA). These legal instruments empower individuals you trust to make important […]