Law Offices of Gary W. Greif, PC

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Note – Temporary Phone Number Is (512) 201-2873

Note: The firm is:

  • is not currently taking new clients;
  • is currently operating under limited hours;
  • is currently operating by appointment only; and
  • is no longer located at 5316 W. Hwy 290, Austin, Texas


A Brief History

The Law Offices of Gary W. Greif, P.C., is a professional corporation that provides its clients with result-oriented solutions in the client’s best interests, protects the client’s rights and works to minimize any negative consequences. The principal shareholder and attorney Gary W. Greif , has more than 45 years of professional legal experience. His broad knowledge base has enabled him to confidently handle a wide range of legal work — from simple wills, construction contracts and straightforward residential real estate closings, to negotiating and closing contracts for large commercial real estate properties, probates, estate planning, and establishing and servicing corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and other business entities.



The firms’ objectives are:

  • To deliver quality legal services at a fair and reasonable price; and
  • To work with clients in an effort to avoid legal problems before they arise.

The Law Offices of Gary W. Greif, P.C. is a small law firm that prides itself on a relaxed yet professional attitude. The firm’s aim is to put you, the client, at ease; to convey that you are our most important asset; and to offer our best efforts to serve your legal needs.



Gary W. Greif has been given the highest possible rating by the Martindale-Hubbell® ( rating system, a system that takes into consideration (a) the standard of professional ability in the area where the lawyer practices, (b) the lawyer’s expertise, and (c) other professional qualifications. Furthermore, Gary has been given the highest possible rating for adherence to professional standards of conduct and ethics, reliability, diligence and other criteria relevant to the discharge of professional responsibilities. These ratings are derived through confidential assessments given by practicing peer lawyers and judges.


Until We Have Consented to Representation –

If you choose to contact the firm, do not include any confidential, secret or otherwise sensitive information concerning any potential or actual legal matter in the email transmission until and unless we have consented to representation. Unsolicited communications do not create an attorney-client relationship and confidential or secret information included in such communications cannot be protected from disclosure.

Creation of the Attorney-Client Relationship

An attorney-client relationship can only be created by the mutual assent of both parties. Legal advice depends upon particular facts and circumstances, including the place and parties involved. We will not be able to consent to representation until we have determined both that we are not restricted by the rules of ethics from such representation and that we are willing to, and have agreed to, take on such representation.