Gregory A. Fraser, P.C. - Representing East Texas!

Commercial Litigation



General Civil Litigation

About Gregory A. Fraser

Gregory A. Fraser was born at Clark A.F.B. in the Philippines in 1962. Greg was admitted to the Texas bar in 1988, and was also admitted to practice before the United States District court for the Northern District of Texas in 1988 and the Eastern District of Texas in 1993. He received his preparatory education at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where he graduated on the Dean’s list with a Bachelor of Arts in 1984. Greg’s legal education was at Texas Tech University School of Law, where he graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1988.

After graduating from law school, Greg began his private practice in a North Dallas, Texas, law firm, gaining his experience in commercial and general civil litigation, creditor bankruptcy representation, corporate matters, collections, as well as insurance defense. In 1992 he also co-authored “Pursuing A Guarantor: Avoiding the Pitfalls” for the American Conference Institute.

Greg left Dallas in 1993, moving his practice to Tyler, Texas.  In 2001, Fraser Law relocated to Lindale, Texas, where he currently offices while practicing law throughout Texas.

Greg is currently a member of the Smith County Bar Association, the Texas Bar Association, the Texas Association of Bank Counsel, and the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit.


The Law Firm of Gregory A. Fraser, P.C., has a primary area of practice in commercial litigation, with an emphasis on business financial collections, creditor bankruptcy cases, Deceptive Trade Practice matters, foreclosures, financial institution litigation, and general civil litigation.  Our firm regularly handles business formations, business transactions, asset sales, and related matters.

Gregory A. Fraser is also a trained and qualified mediator.

Although located in East Texas, Greg practices law throughout the state of Texas.

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