Kitchens Law Firm, formerly Kitchens, Benton, Kitchens and Black, announces the closure of its Bossier office and movement of their real entire staff to the Minden site, at 420 Broadway Street.
With the relocation of former partner Clint Black and his family to Waco, Texas, managing partner Gray Kitchens has returned to the Minden office full time. Gray, a hometown boy, was born and raised in Minden. He attended Minden schools, graduating from M.H.S. an honor student and lettering in three sports, playing on four championship ball teams. Gray graduated with a B.A. degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and earned his Juris Doctorate degree at the University of Mississippi, School of Law.
In 1990, Kitchens moved to Minden to practice law with his uncle and cousin, being joined by his father Judge Graydon Kitchens, Jr., upon the Judge's retirement in December 1996. Gray is married to the former Kimberly Bennett of Houston, Texas. Kim and Gray have two children, Bennett, 17, and Betsy, 12.
Mr. Kitchens began his full time practice in Minden, January 1 of this year. His primary practice areas are in litigation: consisting of personal injury/wrongful death, insurance defense, family law, and business law. He also does estate planning, successions, trusts and property work.