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FORNEY, Texas — The Forney Downtown Business Association has chosen Guest and Gray Law Firm as their member of the month.


Guest and Gray Law Firm was formed in 2011 when Robert Guest and Scott Gray and Tracy Gray (now Judge Gray) merged their law practices. Their iconic downtown location at 112 S. Bois D’arc is a familiar site to anyone stuck waiting on a train at the Bois D’arc crossing.

Since then, Guest and Gray has grown into the largest law firm in Kaufman County with 7 lawyers who practice criminal defense, family law, personal injury, probate, election law and immigration. Tracy Gray left the firm in 2019 when she took the bench as the Judge for the Kaufman County Court at Law.

“We love the way downtown Forney has brought into new businesses over the last few years. Our firm has been blessed to grow along with the city. I grew up in Forney School and I’m proud to see what downtown Forney has become. We hold most of our breakfast meetings at Mama’s Diner, and you can usually find our employees at Eno’s, Latham’s or Crumbz as well” said Partner Scott Gray.

The firm has expanded into new areas in the last year adding annexation litigation and election law as practice areas. Led by Tracy Gray, Guest and Gray defeated the city of Mesquite’s Annexation efforts in Kaufman County in 2018. Recently, Guest and Gray won election law cases before the Dallas Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Texas.

“We’ve expanded into new practice areas to better serve the needs of the community. Forney and Kaufman County residents do not have to go to Dallas for first-class legal services. We have a local legal team with small-town values and personalized customer service that can also deliver high powered litigation in many different practice areas. We love Forney, and I’m proud to live and work in a city that is focused on the future and supporting local business” said Partner Robert Guest.

Guest and Gray offers free consultations and has lawyers and staff who speak Spanish. They take cases all over the State of Texas, with the majority of the cases in Kaufman, Rockwall, Dallas, and Collin County.