Michael D. Greear, or Mike as he is known, graduated High School in Clearmont, Sheridan County, Wyoming in 1985.  He then served two years in the United States Army.  Upon return from the service, he attended Sheridan College for two years, and then graduated the University of Wyoming, receiving a B.S. Degree in Economics.  He then attended and graduated from the University of Wyoming Law School in 1994.

Mike Greear currently serves as a Republican member of the Wyoming House of Representatives, District 27.  To review Mike's information regarding his work in the House of Representatives please click here.

Mike has practiced law in Worland, Wyoming since 1994, and has focused his practice in succession planning, which involves estate planning and business planning.  He has also focused his practice in business organization planning and mergers and acquisitions. 

Mike is a person who strongly believes in the benefits of succession planning, especially as it relates to agricultural clients and small businesses.  He has an informal style and a strong belief that every Succession Plan must be custom made to fit the individual client's goals.

Mike has put together hundreds of succession plans, which includes revocable trusts, family limited partnerships, life insurance trusts, charitable remainder trusts special needs trusts and other tools.  He has a strong understanding of agriculture coupled with business experience and familiarity with the tax code.  Mike brings a unique combination of personal knowledge, experience and practice focus into the Succession Planning process that can help the client navigate the complexities associated with Succession Planning.

Mike has clients throughout Wyoming, although he has made his home in Worland since graduating from Law School.  Mike lives in Worland with his wife, Tiffany and their two children, Seth and Taylor.  He has been dedicated to his community, most recently serving on the Joint Powers Board overseeing the new Worland Community Center Complex.  Mike has also served as a Bar Commissioner for the Wyoming State Bar, and been a Chairman on several key committees, including the Select Committee to review the Disciplinary Function and the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee.  While currently not a litigator, Mike has significant court room experience, and served as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wyoming from 1996 to 2001.