Nicholas S. Pappas

Firm: Pappas Law Group,P.C.
Location: Fort Worth - TX

  • 3700 W. 7th Street
    Fort Worth, Texas 76107
  • Tel : 817.569.6580
  • Fax : N/A

Mr. Pappas’ clients include state and federally chartered financial institutions, closely held businesses, real estate developers and investors, and other entrepreneurs. His areas of focus are transactional in nature, including transactions related to lending, commercial real estate and general business.


Texas Tech University School of Law, with honors, 1983

Texas Christian University, 1981 (Economics)

Areas of Practice

Banking and Finance

Commercial Real Estate

General Corporate and Business Law

Bar Admissions

Texas Bar, 1984

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas, 1985

Professional Associations, Memberships &  Honors

  • Texas Association of Bank Counsel (Director 2007 – 2010)
  • State Bar of Texas, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section
  • Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Fellow of the Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Named Super Lawyer in 2003 and 2004 for Banking and Financial by Thompson Reuters, as printed in Texas Monthly Magazine
  • Fort Worth Business Press
    • “Attorney of Excellence” (2003)
    •  “Elite 100 Attorney” – Business Transactions (2004)
    • “2013 Power Attorney”
  • Fort Worth, Texas Magazine – Top Lawyer in Banking (2010-2015)

Pappas Law Group, P.C

Our firm has extensive experience with commercial lending and Farm Credit. We regularly provide legal services to various state, national and local banks and Farm Credit associations. Our firm handles all types of financing transactions, including:

  • Commercial real estate loans
  • Asset-based loan transactions
  • Letter of credit facilities
  • Participation agreements
  • Mortgage warehouse facilities
  • Farm Credit
  • Guidance Line Facilities
  • Subscription Financing

Our attorneys also provide in-house training to our bank clients regarding the Uniform Commercial Code, title insurance, surveys and legal issues related to lending.