Douglas Wyoming

With a population that tops 6,000, Douglas is a friendly, welcoming town that doubles as the Converse County seat. It was built as a railroad town, thrived on the then-booming sheep and cattle industry, and then built a solid foundation on the vast quantities of natural resources discovered in the region. The people of Douglas enjoy great opportunities for outdoor recreation, as well as easy access to many natural landmarks like Ayers Natural Bridge and the Oregon, Bozeman, and Overland Trails. And every August, they host the Wyoming State Fair, which brings in thousands of people from all over the state for competitions, live music, a carnival, and a rodeo.

Douglas embodies Wyoming’s friendly, hardworking culture. Its railroad and agricultural roots and energy-based economy combine to create a unique blend of community values. The town is a wonderful place to live and work, but that doesn’t stop its individuals from facing the struggles that happen in everyday life. As a resident of Wyoming who loves her state and wants to see its people succeed, Ms. Austin is committed to helping all of its communities – big or small, no matter the location. Aside from in-person visits, Ms. Austin also offers the option to communicate via phone and/or internet video conferencing for your convenience.

Ms. Austin has an intricate working knowledge of employment law – including the factors that affect both employees and employers. She believes that strong local businesses are an important part of the foundation that supports Douglas and its people. In addition, she also knows how important strong families are in keeping Douglas a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Her expertise in the area of family law can help resolve disputes involving custody and divorce, aid in adoption, and more.

In that same vein, Ms. Austin also practices as a trust lawyer. Creating a trust has repercussions both for you and the people who are named as your beneficiaries, so it’s important to have reliable and competent help when setting yours up. Finally, Ms. Austin also practices real estate law. Whether you’re buying, selling, working with tenants, or just want to protect your assets, Ms. Austin can provide the legal assistance you need to make sure you and your properties are safe.

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Law Offices of Gayla K. Austin

4808 Sapphire St Cheyenne, WY 82001

Cheyenne - Casper - Laramie - Gillette - Worland - Douglas - Wheatland - Rawlins - Cody - Powell - Sheridan

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