Friday, 30 of January of 2015

Gregory T. Taylor, Attorney at Law

I am Greg Taylor.  I am a Murray, Kentucky attorney and a native of Murray and Calloway County.  I have been practicing law since graduating from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2003. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Murray State University in 2000. I have additionally taught a class at MSU entitled Estate Planning for Financial Planners as an adjunct professor in the Economics and Finance Department.

In addition to the practice of law, I am active in the Murray and Calloway County community. My family includes my wife, Kristin, and daughter, Cate, and son, Ben.  We are active in our church and I am an Elder at Christian Community Church in Murray. In addition to these activities, I and my mother also own Cornerstone Realty & Rental, LLC, which is a realty and property management company in Murray. Lastly, I serve as President of Creative Property Solutions, Inc., a real estate investment and management company located in Murray. We also own Cornerstone Lawn Care of Murray, which provides lawn mowing, trimming, and light landscaping services in Murray and Calloway County.

I practice law in the areas of Real Estate, Debt Collection, Corporate Law, Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Probate, and Adoptions. See my Practice Areas section for more information about how I and my team can help you with your legal needs.  I would love to speak with you, and you can call me at 270-761-4558 or email me at greg@gregtaylorlaw.com.

Have a truly wonderful day!


Coming soon – Hazel law office

A big part of my story starts in Hazel, Kentucky, where my mother, Peggy, was born and raised. My grandfather, Bill Forres, owned and operated the U-Tote-Em grocery store in Hazel for over 30 years, and one of my first jobs was stocking shelves at the grocery store. I have many fond memories of working with D-Daddy, as we called him, and the ladies in the store.

I have been so glad to see the recent investment in Hazel and wanted to make my own contribution. I am happy to announce that I will be opening up a law office in Hazel at 403 Main Street and will serve clients in both Calloway County and Henry County, Tennessee on a part time basis from that office. As I am licensed to practice law in both Kentucky and Tennessee, I hope to be a local alternative for people in Hazel and Puryear. I believe that having a lawyer in Hazel will be a real benefit to the community.

We will be opening this Spring and look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones in Hazel. If you have a need for a real estate lawyer, probate lawyer, estate planning lawyer, or business lawyer, feel free to call my office at 270-761-4558 or email me at greg@gregtaylorlaw.com and I will be happy to help.


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