Judy will be the first to tell you that she usually is not one to brag. But she smiles and perks up in her seat whenever she tells the story about how her job here at Leigh Hilton PLLC fell into her lap.
Judy needed to prepare her Will and, still relatively new to Texas. She found herself searching online for someone to help her. Thankfully, she came across our firm quickly and liked what she saw. She scheduled an appointment — and what happened next is meant to be if you ask us.
“I met with Tammy, and they do a great job of asking lots of questions to get to know you and ensure you get what you need. Well, I mentioned during that process that I was looking for a part-time job,” Judy said. “I did not know what I was interested in at the time, but I had mentioned it in passing. I left, and not even 30 minutes later, they called me and said, ‘You seem like the friendly sort. Would you like to interview for a part-time job here at our firm?’”
Not only is Judy a pleasure to work with, but she brings plenty of clerical experience to the table. A Missouri native, mother of three, and grandmother to eight cute-as-a-button grandkids, she initially retired in 2019 after 20 years of working as a secretary at a local high school. Before that, she did part-time clerical work while her kids were younger.
Judy is a quick study now that she is in the estate planning and elder law world. As our trusty office support, she does everything from filing deeds and affidavits to completing client binders.
“Judy said, “It is like a family here — everyone is supportive, and I enjoy that.”
In her free time, Judy loves reading books, spending time with family, going on long walks, and volunteering at church.