Our Fulshear Attorneys Bring You Large Law Firm Experience with Small Town Values
The Law Firm of Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick serves Fulshear clients from a convenient office located on FM 1093. One of our partners lives in Fulshear and two of our partners live in Fort Bend County. We’re proud to be a part of the active and growing business community around Fulshear.
We offer a series of general legal information videos on topics related to our Fulshear practice areas. Please check them out and let us know if there are other topics you’d like to see covered.
Our address is:
Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick – Fulshear TX
Secondary phone: 800-929-1725
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Client meetings by appointment only.
If you need legal advice to solve a problem for your business or you’re interested in creating an estate plan for your family, we can help you. If you’re facing the prospect of divorce, our attorneys can help. In fact, the attorneys of Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick can help you or your business solve a broad range of legal problems.
Several of our attorneys have experience working with large law firms in major Texas cities. They’re accustomed to handling complex litigation and difficult legal issues. All of our attorneys have extensive experience handling a variety of client matters in area courts. All of our attorneys were raised in and raise families in Wharton County and Fort Bend County, and they reflect their small town values in the ways they serve their clients.
Please call or text us at 800-929-1725 to arrange an appointment, or you can use our contact form to send us an email.
More About Our Fulshear Office Law Practice
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- Why Get Powers of Attorney for College Students
- What’s Involved in Preparing a Will
- Basic Estate Planning
- An Overview of Texas Probate and Estate Administration
- Should You Create Your Own Will?
- Trusts in Estate Planning
- Powers of Attorney in Estate Planning
- Why You Need an Estate Plan