Law Office of Kay M. Perry:
(210) 468-1775(210) 468-1775
1370 Pantheon Way, Suite 110
San Antonio, Texas 78232
(click here for a map)
All clients and potential clients deserve to be treated with the utmost courtesy and respect. All phone calls and emails will be answered within a reasonable time (usually within 48 hours). Clients will be regularly informed about the status of their case and will be billed fairly for work performed. I also am willing to structure flexible billing and payment arrangements (including credit cards, limited scope/unbundled representation, and flat monthly rates) to accommodate a client's situation and needs.
Welcome to the Law Office of Kay M. Perry. My name is Kay Perry and I am a
sole practitioner in San Antonio, Texas. My practice focuses
estate planning, probate, family law, and health law. My
office is located in far north central San Antonio, off of Highway 281 a
short distance south of Loop 1604, though I also meet with clients at
other locations if necessary to accommodate a client's schedule. I also
have worked with clients exclusively via email and telephone on matters
that did not require in-person meetings.
Please contact me to schedule an appointment regarding any of the following:
Health Law - I can advise health care providers in areas such as clinical research participation, HIPAA, regulatory matters, Medicare/Medicaid and insurance billing and reimbursement, contracts, industry relationships, and fraud and abuse. Flat rate monthly service agreements are available at amounts less than what many attorneys charge per hour! Please see the Practice Areas page for more information.
- I will help you prepare a will, trust, financial power of attorney,
medical power of attorney, Health Care Directive
to Physician, and/or any other documents necessary to properly plan your
estate. You can submit your information online in most circumstances
to reduce the hassle to you and save one trip to the office. Please see the Practice Areas page for more information.
Probate - I will guide you through the legal process of passing title to property after the death of a loved one.