TONY TERRYATTORNEY AT LAW

Over 40 Years of Experience in Nevada Civil and Criminal Law

Picture about the company

Tony Terry has had his own law practice for over forty years in Las Vegas and has also provided services in the surrounding communities, including Mesquite and Moapa Valley. He is knowledgeable in many areas of the law and has tried several thousand cases ranging from first degree murder to the simplest divorce. Terry served as the Mesquite City Attorney for over thirteen years during a time when Mesquite was the fastest growing city in the State of Nevada. He was responsible for all criminal prosecution in the city and also served as the chief legal adviser on all zoning and land use development matters. For the past 20 years, Mr. Terry has concentrated primarily on divorce, child custody, paternity and domestic violence cases as well as other criminal cases. Terry also provides a variety of other legal services including legal documents, trusts and estates.
Mr. Terry gives his clients his full attention and aggressively pursues their legal rights in each case. As a trial lawyer, he is well known for his exceptional ability to clearly and persuasively articulate the facts of a case before the Court. Whether you have been charged with a crime or you are going through a divorce, with Terry on your side, you can be sure that your case will be handled the way it should be.   


Service illustration photo

Child Custody

If you are a concerned parent and feel you should have custody of your child, contact Tony Terry's office and find out how he can assist you.

Learn more
Service illustration photo

Divorce Can Be Hard

Divorce can be a trying time of sorrow and pain, and the decisions during this time of stress can change your life forever. Let Tony Terry help you make the correct decisions that lie ahed.

Learn more
Picture about the company

Everyone with assets should declare, while they are in a competent frame of mind, how these assets should be distributed upon their death. A will declares who an individual wants to receive the assets of their estate and who they want to act as the executor. However, with a will, the property of the estate will still have to be probated. 
Probate is a lengthy and costly process of transferring assets held in the name of the deceased, to those legally entitled to receive those assets upon death. By properly drafting a trust that transfers a person’s assets into the trust, a person will prevent probate.  
This will save substantial time and money for the heirs.