Sean T. Powers
Attorney Powers graduated from New England Law Boston in the spring of 2015, passing both the Massachusetts and Connecticut bars that same summer.
Upon returning home, Attorney Powers immediately got involved in both local government and the Hampden County Bar Association, serving on the Capital Program Planning Committee and as Trustee of the Real Estate Bar, respectively. In both 2017 and 2019, Attorney Powers ran for and was successfully elected to represent his hometown of West Springfield as a Councilor-at-Large. During that time, his experience in land-use and zoning earned him a job with the Town of Agawam as the Associate Solicitor.
Attorney Powers has since left Agawam, giving all of his efforts to his private practice focusing on real estate conveyance law (residential and commercial), zoning, and business formation. Attorney Powers represents several restaurant owners in the Pioneer Valley area, including a few in West Hartford where he has successfully represented them in both purchases and lease negotiations.
In conjunction with his representation of restaurant owners and experience in conveyance law, Attorney Powers is well-versed in working with the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) on liquor license transfers or acquisitions, and with state agencies in relation to gun license transfers. Attorney Powers also represents and has represented both private borrowers and banks on multi-million dollar transactions, ensuring both real estate and business assets are well protected.
Sean would be happy to lend his experience and expertise to help you navigate your case.