Contact the Law Offices of Timothy D. Henry

San Jose Probate & Estate Planning Attorney

Are you in search of a qualified and well-trusted probate and estate planning attorney in San Jose? If so, I may just be the guy for you. At the Law Offices of Timothy D. Henry, I focus on providing my clients with the utmost respect and representation that they deserve. I will provide you with strong legal counsel and ensure that we will get you and your loved ones protected in no time.

By creating such legal documents as a will, trust, advance health care directive, guardianship and power of attorney, you can gain control of your future and prepare for the uncertainties that life may bring: that life will bring. There is no reason to worry when you have a well-qualified estate planning attorney by your side. Contact the Law Offices of Timothy D. Henry to clear up any confusion about estate planning and get started with a professional immediately!


Phone: (408) 643-0942


1871 The Alameda, Suite 333

San Jose, CA 95126

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Law Offices of Timothy D. Henry
San Jose Estate Planning Attorney
Located at: 1871 The Alameda Suite 333
San Jose, CA 95126
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Phone: (408) 643-0942
Local Phone: (408) 560-2488
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