Turner Ford Gassaway

Phone:  512-864-0916
205 E. University,  #158
Georgetown,TX, 78626
Email:  turner@gassawaytexaslawyer.com


Areas of Practice

The Firm

Business Law

William County Lawyer

Turner Ford Gassaway brings a fresh perspective and an aggressive approach to every aspect of a case from discovery through trial. He always considers the most cost effective and expeditious way to represent his clients as their chosen lawyer. He is smart enough to understand the intricacies of a client’s case, and tough enough to bring a fast, and favorable resolution to any given legal matter. An approach that is purposed to provide legal representation that not only gets results, but protects the rights and interests of each client.

Turner has assisted clients with criminal charges in Williamson county and the rest of central Texas, both in State and Federal Courts, as a criminal lawyer. He also deals with complex business litigation, commercial transactions, oil and gas agreements, boundary line disputes, personal injury suits, school law issues and probate matters. His clients turn to him because they know their needs will be addressed in a thorough, cohesive, and focused manner.

In today's reality, legal issues affecting a client often overlap, creating a need for legal representation by a lawyer who can take care of the client's varying issues with equal care and diligence. Turner aims to provide the finest lawyer representation in Williamson, Travis, Hays, and Fayette counties utilizing a simple but dominant philosophy that the best interest of the client should be paramount in every legal decision made.

  • J.D. The University of Tulsa College of Law 1993
  • Member, Texas Bar Association
  • Member, College of the State Bar of Texas
  • Member, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Member, Williamson County Bar Association
Criminal Law
Civil Litigation
Construction Law
Federal Criminal Law
Oil & Gas Law
Personal Injury
Real Estate Law
School Law
Wills, Trusts and Probate 
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