People of all ages can benefit from having a will. Those with more abundant assets may wish to create a document that can address their larger holdings. In either case, it is important that your will is valid, properly executed and filed in the appropriate places. With help from J. Reid Perry, a Houston Attorney at Law, you get peace of mind, knowing that your wishes will be respected after your death.

J. Reid Perry, Attorney at Law

Creation of Wills & Living Wills is just one area of legal services provided by J. Reid Perry, Attorney at Law. Since he was first licensed in Texas to practice law, Reid has helped hundreds of clients put their wishes for handling estate matters into valid documents that will withstand challenges. He has broad experience in all areas of Estate Planning, along with Probate, Family Law and Criminal Defense.

In 2002, Reid earned his law degree, graduating from South Texas College of Law. He opened his law office in Houston, TX, in 2003, where he welcomes clients from all backgrounds who need his honest and competent legal advice, counsel and representation. His work with various legal associations, including the Houston Bar Association and State Bar of Texas (Family Law Section) keep him up-to-date with all the newest laws.

Texas Wills & Living Wills

There are many ways to protect your assets and real and personal property in the event that you are no longer able to do so in the future. You can appoint an Administrator or Executor to manage your estate. With a simple Will, your wishes will be known to all. Other options are also available, such as a Living Will and Trusts.

  • Wills – Wills provide direction for care of your assets, property, pets, and family members after your death. You can choose a guardian for minor children in your Will.
  • Living Wills – Living Wills lay out your wishes for care when you are incapacitated and unable to manage your own affairs.
  • Other Important Documents – Trusts allow you to set up funds to care for children, pets and others. Medical Directives allow you to name someone to make decisions for you about medical care when you are incapacitated.

A major benefit of having Wills & Living Wills drawn up while you are still well is that you can control your estate, you can name your own executor, and they can help avoid or smooth the probate process.

To learn more about Wills & Living Wills, contact the law office of J. Reid Perry, Attorney at Law, in Houston, TX. Call us now, at (281) 970-4175.