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Firm Overview

Gendry & Sprague, P.C. is a highly regarded and successful law firm in a variety of practice areas.  For over 20 years, the firm’s lawyers have successfully defended aviation clients, as well as clients’ in the areas of Civil Litigation, Family Law, Real Estate Law, Probate & Estate Planning, Mediation, and Bankruptcy.  Our attorneys work as a team to insure that we meet our clients’ goals and to move litigation forward.  In these type of cases, there is no substitute for attorneys who understand clients’ needs and the Law.

We are committed to providing our clients with aggressive, competent and ethically sound representation.  We work closely with clients at the outset to identify their goals and preferred outcomes and then we devise a strategy to help the client accomplish those goals.  The benchmark of our service is our attention to the needs of our clients that goes beyond the rules of professional responsibility.  We take the time to fully explain all the options so that our clients can make decisions that are in best interest immediately and in the long-term.  If the client’s issue can be solved through less expensive Alternative Dispute Resolution, than protracted litigation, then that is the solution we recommend.

Our attorneys come from diverse backgrounds.  Our attorneys have the engineering, science and technology backgrounds that allows us to provide valuable assistance to our clients from the time an accident occurs through the litigation process.  However, our attorneys also have the right experience and resources to achieve the best outcome for your Family Law, Real Estate or Probate matter.

We are acutely aware of the risks and costs associated with protracted litigation and constantly seek creative ways for the early resolution of cases that provide our clients with the outcome they seek.  When representation requires litigation, we are aggressive trial lawyers, who are not afraid to fight to protect our clients’ interests.  Our attorneys are licensed in Texas, in its four Federal Districts, and appear pro hac vice in courts from coast to coast.