Guy Glenn Sr. is a lifelong resident of the Long Beach Peninsula having been raised there in a cranberry farming family. This upbringing showcased the hard work and dedication it takes to provide for and protect Washington families.
He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and Washington and Lee University School of Law with both undergraduate and law degrees. Guy is a member of both the Washington and Texas state bar associations.
After spending two years at a “Big 8” Accounting Firm, he served as the elected Pacific County Prosecutor for one term, operated a seafood processing company for three years, and opened his private practice in 1983. Each of these roles drives his mission of providing clients with the best possible experience and results.
He currently holds the title of Senior Partner at the firm, overseeing the firm’s estate planning and probate practice.
To Guy, practicing law in the small rural area that you grew up in is as rewarding as it gets. You help older generations that took part in raising you, assist your generation with the issues they face today, and aid younger generations in looking toward a brighter future.
People deserve the dignity and respect of competent legal counsel. “Pro-bono” work is a regular occurrence when you frequently assist those who are coming to you with fewer resources to work with.
When Guy is not in the office, he is focused on spending time with his family, traveling, and getting out on the boat.