Our Brentwood, Tennessee Practice Areas

Our legal practice in Brentwood focuses in estate planning, elder law, estate administration, business and corporate law, real estate, and litigation. Explore our practice areas below to learn more about the legal services that we offer our clients.

Estate Planning

You may have been putting off making an estate plan because it’s just too hard to think about your own incapacitation or death. This is not uncommon among our clients. We understand how difficult it is to think about those who will be left behind, but we also know how much harder it will be for your loved ones if you do not have an estate plan in place. Without establishing a trust that specifies your wishes, your property, savings accounts, and investments could be tied up in court and subject to tax penalties that could be easily avoided.

When you work with Brentwood, TN, estate planning attorney Daniel Perry, you will be making decisions that will make your passing easier on your family. Life is unpredictable and planning your estate now will give you the peace of mind that—should the worst happen unexpectedly—your family will be taken care of.

Asset Protection

Protecting What You Have Spent a Lifetime Building Is Extremely Important! Do Not Lose It To a Lawsuit, Divorce Claims, Creditors, or Other Predators. Contact the Asset Protection Attorneys at Fidelis Law, PLLC Today!


When a loved one dies with or without a will, his or her assets will have to go through probate before passing to surviving family members. The deceased’s final affairs—such as paying bills and settling taxes—will also be taken care of during the probate process. While it may sound simple enough, Tennessee probate is actually a long, drawn-out, expensive process involving many court filings, appearances, and seeking permission from a judge for any actions involving the estate.

While there may be an executor appointed by the loved one’s will, you should consider hiring an experienced probate attorney to help with the complicated process. An attorney can help you ensure that the deceased’s wishes are honored and that the assets are protected as much as possible. An estate planning attorney can also help you make a plan to avoid the probate process when you die.

Trust and Estate Administration

Our Brentwood, Tennessee Trust and Estate Administration Attorneys Are Here to Help!

Settling a trust and estate can be a difficult process. You are already grieving from the loss of a loved one. Now, you have to go through the process of paying the final bills, cleaning out the home of all your loved one's belongings, distributing the property in accordance with your loved one's wishes, and maybe even selling the real estate. Also, one false move can subject you to personal liability to the estate!

You shouldn't go through this process alone! Our Tennessee Trust and Estate Administration Attorneys are Here to Assist You!

Call Our Office Today at (615) 472-2482 to Discuss Your Trust and Estate Administration Needs. We Are Here to Help!


We represent small to large businesses, including closely held and publicly held companies and corporations regarding a variety of their tax law needs. Explore the variety of our tax law representation as these issues impact our clients. 

Business and Corporate Law

Our Business and Corporate Law Practice Group is Here to Meet Your Needs. Explore our Website and the Variety of Ways That Our Law Practice Can Assist You From Start-Up to Succession Planning to Raising Capital to Handling RIA Registration and Compliance!

Real Estate Practice Group

Our Real Estate Law Practice Group is Here to Meet Your Needs. Explore our Website and the Variety of Ways That Our Law Practice Can Assist You Regarding Your Real Estate Legal Needs!

Trust and Estate Litigation

Unfortunately, disputes occur in our world every single day. Tragically, disputes even occur after death when it comes to estate settlement. This can include the proper interpretation of a Last Will and Testament, improper action by a Trustee or Beneficiary, or perhaps the changing of a Will or Trust in the days or weeks prior to death. 

When disputes involve wills, trusts, and estates, it is important to have a experienced and knowledgable attorney to protect your legal and financial interests. 

Explore more about our Trust and Estates Litigation Practice Group!


Sometimes you have no choice but to go to court. Anytime in business, relationships break down which result in disputes. Sometimes, these disputes have to be resolved in the proper legal forum.

Explore our repsective litigation practice areas in which we assist our clients.