Grant’s practice focuses on meeting the needs of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and individuals with estate planning services. Grant assists businesses from initial formation to contract needs, employment matters, and business litigation issues.
Grant’s practice also includes serving as a mediator for disputed matters.
Grant earned his degree in History from Texas A&M University, and his J.D. degree from Baylor University School of Law, where he was a member of the Order of Barristers and the Christian Legal Society. Grant represented Baylor University in the Texas Administrative Law Moot Court competition and earned the award for Best Brief at that competition in 2002.
Grant began his professional career as a recruiter for NHRG Technical Services in Austin. While at NHRG, he negotiated high-dollar contracts for employees and employers in the highly competitive e-commerce industry.
Grant and his wife, Emily, are members of Green Acres Baptist Church where he co-teaches a Sunday Morning Bible Study class with Jon Groth. Grant and Emily are the proud parents of three very active boys and a tough-as-nails daughter.
Grant remains extremely active in Sports Ministry, currently serving as a football coach at Grace Community School. In the past he has coached youth football, baseball, basketball, and soccer. He served as the co-Director for Upward Tyler’s Flag Football program from 2009 through 2011 and served as an assistant football coach at TK Bishop Gorman from 2013 through 2016. Grant also serves as the President for the FAST Football Camps summer football camp ministry.
Justin has practiced law in Tyler for nearly 20 years. The first 10 years of his career was focused primarily on civil litigation. Today, while Justin still takes on select litigation matters and regularly consults on matters related to civil lawsuits, the bulk of his practice is focused in the areas of business law and the probate process. Like his partner Grant Gaston, Justin is a certified mediator and enjoys helping people, and their attorneys, solve problems and work toward solutions that obviate the need to go to the courthouse. Justin is a member of Texas A&M University class of 1997 and earned his law degree at Baylor School of Law.