The Wilcox Law Firm PLLC

Texas Law Firm

The Wilcox Law Firm PLLC

At The Wilcox Law Firm, my clients come first. I help people deal with the legal issues that arise after the death or disability of their family member or loved one. It is a difficult and confusing time for most people and I make it my cause to guide them through the process as quickly and easily as possible.

Practice Areas:
- Wills
- Probate/Estate Administration
- Guardianships
- Alternatives to Guardianship
- Real Estate/Property
- Presentations

Principal Attorney:
Bryan Wilcox

The Wilcox Law Firm PLLC
1120 NASA Pkwy Ste. 103
Houston, Texas 77058
Tel 281 488-5592
832 864-3443
Fax 888 389-9202

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