Carmel Indiana Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

With an office conveniently located in Carmel, Indiana, easily accessible from Hwy 31 via Carmel Drive, as well as Keystone Avenue.  Halcomb Singler proudly provides effective legal advice and estate planning services to our Carmel neighbors.  We can help with any need from simple wills and power of attorney documents and planning to avoid probate through a revocable living trust or other means, all the way up to sophisticated trusts, business succession and asset protection planning.

If you live in Carmel, and have not executed an estate plan or even a simple will, if it has been some time since you have done your planning, or if you have recently moved to Carmel from another state and would like to review and update your plan, please contact us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation.  Our firm typically charges a flat fee for estate planning document services depending on the complexity of the matter.  We can review your assets, family circumstances, and previously executed documents if any exist, and can give you an legal opinion about whether any action should be taken, and if so, how you should proceed.   We can help you navigate the often confusing world of wills, trusts, and estate planning, and can do it right here close to home in beautiful Carmel, Indiana.

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