Gregory A. Schwartz
Attorney Gregory A. Schwartz is a native of Hays and lifelong Kansan from Northwest Kansas and is proud to be working and raising his family in the community where he himself grew up.
After graduating from Washburn University School of Law in 2000, Greg returned to Hays to practice law. His many practice areas include family law, estate planning, civil litigation, business and contract law and criminal defense,. He enjoys getting to know his clients, developing an understanding of their legal concerns, and working with them to design a plan to achieve their goals. Greg's focus is on doing what will achieve the best possible outcome for his clients. He is skilled at negotiating favorable settlements and considers his litigation skills his greatest strength.
Greg has extensive courtroom experience and has spent the last 20 years advocating for his clients throughout Northwest Kansas. He currently serves on the Kansas Bar Association Board of Governors, and has previously served on the Northwest Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority Board, Northwest Kansas Community Corrections board and the Kansas Bar Foundation board.
When not practicing law, Greg is deeply involved in community activities. He was elected to the U.S.D. 489 Board of Education in 2003 and served 15 years on the board. He has also served as President of the U.S.D. 489 Foundation for Educational Excellence. He enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife Christy and their three sons.
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Defense
- Business Law
- Contract Law
- Washburn School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2000
- Fort Hays State University, 1997
Admissions to Practice
- Kansas, 2000
- Nebraska, 2003
Professional Memberships and Associations
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
- Ellis County Bar Association, Past President
- Kansas Bar Association
- Nebraska Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Kansas Association for Justice
- Kansas Bar Foundation
- Kansas Bar Association Board of Governors