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“I believe in the law, legal procedure, and the process of using the law to protect your business, loved ones and interests.” – John Peppers

Attorney at Law

Our Professional Services


With more than 30 years experience as an entrepreneur, John understands what it takes to build a successful business. He has seen other businesses falter when not legally protected.


Creating a legal business entity correctly is the first step in securing and protecting your personal and business assets. Having the appropriate operating agreements, learning about reporting requirements, and understanding employment law is paramount.


John is here to ensure you can focus on your business without worry and can help mitigate risks to your livelihood and those of your employees.




Entity Formation, Initial Setup Documents, Periodic Filings, Contracts, Planning for the Future, Closing the Doors


Each individual should be able to determine who receives their assets after they pass away. Without your wishes outlined in legal documents (Wills, Trusts, Estate Plans, etc.), state law will prevail and determine how the assets will be dispersed. These legal documents will lessen the stress load and lighten the burdens on those left behind.


Beyond planning ahead, it is important to communicate your wishes in terms of medical care should you become unable to make your own decisions. Living Wills and Powers of Attorney can make things easier on those tasked with making medical and financial decisions on your behalf.


In short, these documents ensure peace of mind now and in the future for you and your loved ones.




Medical Power of Attorney, Living Will, Financial Power of Attorney, Last Will and Testament, Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts, Estate Plans

Guardian Ad Litem

Each child deserves to have their best interest advocated for in court when a petition of dependency and neglect is filed.


As a former foster-turned-adoptive parent, John saw first-hand how a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) can truly cut through the noise and advocate for the child’s best interest.


This prompted John to focus on Juvenile Court procedure during law school and study with multiple mentors concentrating on children in crisis.




Currently accepting GAL appointments from the Williamson County Juvenile Court and Private Dependency & Neglect petitions.

Adoption Law

Adopting a child is a wonderful thing. It can also be confusing and frustrating to navigate the court process of turning your love for a child into a legal custody arrangement.


John is acutely familiar with those sentiments as he and his wife navigated the process and adopted a large sibling group from State’s custody.


His personal experience and legal knowledge can help guide others as they go through the process of adoption.




Private Adoption, Agency Adoption, DCS Custody Adoption, Relative Adoption


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