The Law Offices of J. Vincent Perryman is a full service law firm providing high-quality legal services for Memphis, Tennessee and
the entire mid-south. Offering legal assistance for individuals, families and businesses of all sizes. We strive to add value
to our clients' lives through honest and thoughtful legal representation.
Areas of Practice
Offering a wide range of areas including probate
tax planning, business planning,
Memphis nursing home neglect,
and much more. Review a complete list of areas of practice offered by the Memphis
Attorneys of The Law Offices of J. Vincent Perryman.
Legal Terms defined by our Glossary:
Ancillary Probate Administration
- A proceeding conducted in a probate court located in a different state from the state the deceased individual resided in at the time of their death. Generally, ancillary probate administration is required if the deceased individual owned real estate in another state. For example, if Jason resides in Memphis, Tennessee at the time of his death and owns real estate in Flagstaff, Arizona, then there must be ancillary probate administration opened in an Arizona probate court to properly transfer the Arizona property.
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Recent blog postings from the Memphis Attorneys Blog:
- Shelby County Judicial Elections: Attorney Vincent Perryman's Endorsements
I have received requests from clients, friends and family for my advice in who they should support in the Shelby County Judicial Elections, therefore I provide the public with my opinions below.
I think it is helpful for the reader to know a little (read more...)
- Co-Parenting Tips from Memphis Attorney Whitney Goode
Are you divorced? Separated? Raising a child with someone who is not your significant other? You may be asking yourself: "How can I keep talking with this person who has hurt me?" "How can I keep a brave face for my child?" "What can I do to make thi (read more...)
- This is an open letter to Betsy Phillips in regard to her post on the Nashville Scene Website titled “What the Hell is Memphis So Happy About?”
This is an open letter to Betsy Phillips in regard to her post on the Nashville Scene Website titled "What the Hell is Memphis So Happy About?"
Dear Ms. Phillips,
I'm a Tennessean and a Memphian by birth and choice. I've lived all over the United (read more...)
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