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714 N. 4TH ST. KILLEEN, TEXAS 76541

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700 E. MAIN ST. GATESVILLE, TEXAS 76528

 

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Great service and friendly support. I've had to conduct business with Mr. Simmons on 3 different occasions and have been successful each time. I have recommended him and his law office service(s) to numerous people and will continue to do so. His staff is very informative and nice and serves their purpose daily and I've never had an issue with them within the previous 3 years..."

—  Jocelyn Minor, Client

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE AREAS

Poised To Always Help You Attain Practical Legal Solutions

Employment & Labor Law

 

The Law Offices Of Gregory K. Simmons, P.C. proudly offers individually tailored legal solutions to people throughout Central Texas. We represent employees in a variety of employment law claims, including those involving sexual harassment, gender discrimination, disability discrimination, employer retaliation and many other types of employer misconduct.

Employers can also face a difficult legal environment. As an owner or employer, you want to reduce the likelihood of labor related litigation and potentially defend against legal actions. We can help you develop and manage the most appropriate policies for your human resources department to minimize employment law issues.

Our attorneys have spent more than 25 years protecting the interests of our clients. As proven negotiators and successful trial attorneys, we can settle a case or take a matter all the way to trial, depending on which option will best serve your specific needs and goals.  All employers and employees should understand the rights and remedies they may be entitled to.

Probate Matters

We can help individuals and couples work upfront to identify how their assets should be distributed. We are here to help you plan for the future through documents such as:

  • A Will

  • One Or More Trusts

  • A Health Care Directive (Or Living Will)

  • Powers Of Attorney

Contested Probate

Sometimes, sharing an inheritance can be just as bitter as a divorce. The decedent may not have left a will designating an executor to administer the estate. Even worse, the person designated to serve as the executor may be an extremely poor choice for such an important job. Perhaps the alleged will is a fake or was fraudulently obtained at a time when the decedent was mentally compromised. In these situations, you need a Central Texas probate attorney who can assist you in contesting the appointment of an unqualified person to serve as the executor of the estate. The Law Offices Of Gregory K. Simmons, P.C. can also assist you in holding a previously appointed executor to his or her fiduciary duties, and if necessary, assist in having the executor removed by the court.

Estate Planning 

The process for probating an estate without a will is more complicated than probating an estate with a will. Studies indicate that disputes are less likely to break out when there is a will as opposed to when a will does not exist. We all know we should have an estate plan in place to deal with our medical needs and our estates in the event of death or incapacity. Yet, we put it off.

The Law Offices Of Gregory K. Simmons, P.C. can also assist you with the preparation of your Last Will and Testament as well as any ancillary estate planning documents such as a power of attorney or living will. We make the process easy! Let us help you create a plan that both preserves your estate for the people you care about while minimizing the burden on your family.

Guardianship 

Guardianship is the process where a court determines that a person is unable to make his or her own personal and financial decisions and appoints a guardian to make those decisions. Guardianship is often sought for seniors or those who are afflicted with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, or some other affliction which compromises their ability to make responsible decisions. Guardianship is also sought for persons with special needs that have reached the age of 18 years. If you have a loved one who you think needs a guardian, please call our office at (254) 616-2529 or click here to schedule a free initial consultation.