A native of Jessamine County and graduate of the University of Kentucky Law School, Constance Grayson returned two years ago to join the family practice of Gullette & Grayson, PSC. She brought with her extensive
After completing his education, Mr. Gullette returned to his hometown of Nicholasville, Kentucky to start his solo practice. As a solo practitioner, Mr. Gullette handled a wide range of matters from wrongful death and personal injury to felony criminal defense. Today, Mr. Gullette's main practice areas revolve around family law, estate planning and criminal defense.
In addition to his private practice, Mr. Gullette serves as the City Attorney for the City of Wilmore, Kentucky.Mr. Gullette is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Mr. Gullette is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and is President of the Jessamine County Bar Association.
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Robert L. Gullette III received a Bachelor of Science from the College of Charleston in South Carolina and his Juris Doctor from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
A former Fayette County native and Sullivan College graduate, Patty Prinssen joined our firm in 2014. Ms. Prinssen has worked a combined 6-
years as a trained paralegal in law offices, a part of which she spent working in a mid-size Lexington law firm dedicating 4 years to their family law practice.
Ms. Prinssen spent the next 6-years of her paralegal career as a contract specialist working for clinical research organizations. In that capacity, she was responsible for contract negotiation and managing the contract execution timelines for both large and small clinical studies for pharmaceutical companies.
Additionally, Ms. Prinssen brings 11 years of experience as contracts administrator working in intellectual property law responsible for drafting and negotiating software license agreements for a multi-million dollar computer hardware/software company and ensuring contract compliance.
Gullette & Grayson, P.S.C., Attorneys at Law, is a family firm whose Central Kentucky roots date back to the 1950s. Our attorneys in Nicholasville have a proven and sustained record of success for diverse clients across a wide spectrum of defense and plaintiff matters. With more than 40 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys of Gullette & Grayson, P.S.C. are more than capable of handling all matters from simple estate planning to complex business litigation.
Gullette & Grayson, P.S.C. maintains two distinct litigation practice areas that service our clients' divergent needs. On the one side, the firm's individual legal services are provided by Robert L. Gullette III who represents individuals in a variety of matters, including divorce proceedings, adoption, child custody, support and time sharing proceedings, as well as felony, misdemeanor and traffic matters. On the other side, the needs of businesses and corporate entities are addressed by Constance G. Grayson, who represents debtors and creditors in Chapter 7, 11, 12 or 13 bankruptcy proceedings as well as representing individuals and corporate clients in complex state and federal civil litigation. While each of the attorney's at Gullette & Grayson, P.S.C. have their own general practice areas, the firm's underlying philosophy is for all attorneys to have a working knowledge of the others cases in order to provide timely service of the highest quality.
Regardless of the client or matter, our approach to litigating and trying cases is premised on our commitment to hard work, honest advice, diligence and skill that will achieve the very best results for our clients.
experience in the general practice of law, with an emphasis on business matters. As an associate attorney with English, McCaughan & O'Bryan in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Constance had primary responsibility for representing banking clients in both bankruptcy and general litigation matters. She also served on that firm's practice development and hiring committees. Subsequently, Constance was the partner in charge of the litigation department with Schantz, Schatzman & Aaronson in Miami, Florida. In this position, she was responsible for monitoring all on-going business, bankruptcy and construction litigation matters.
Constance has extensive trial experience in civil, domestic and criminal matters. She served for three years as the assistant public defender for Crittenden County, Arkansas and for five years as the chief deputy prosecuting attorney for Poinsett County, Arkansas.