Gregory Halcomb

Gregory Halcomb is an attorney and founding partner of Halcomb Singler, LLP, in Carmel, Indiana.  Mr. Halcomb strives to meet the needs of his clients in the areas of Estate Planning (Wills/Trusts), Estate Administration/Probate, Farm Succession Planning, Guardianships, Real Estate, Business and Corporate Services and Litigation.  Mr. Halcomb routinely handles estate administration and estate planning cases throughout the state of Indiana, while assisting with real estate transactions, the needs of small business and litigation for clients in the central Indiana locations of Indianapolis, Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, Noblesville and Zionsville.  Mr. Halcomb enjoys helping clients create estate plans uniquely suited to their individual needs, and guiding them through difficult estate and trust administration issues.  He excels at explaining complex legal concepts in ways that make them easy to understand.

Mr. Halcomb is a past Vice-President of the Noblesville Sunrisers Kiwanis club and presently serves on the Internal Review Board for Concentrics Research, LLC. Greg also recently completed a third term as a Board Member for Youth as Resources, a grant review board affiliated with United Way of Central Indiana.

Originally from Versailles, Indiana, Greg moved to Indianapolis to attend Butler University and has lived in the Indianapolis area ever since.  Greg loves rooting on his Butler Bulldogs and continues to “bleed blue.”  Greg attended law school here in Indianapolis, at the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis.  Greg is admitted to practice law before the US. District Court, Souther District of Indiana and Indiana State Courts.  Greg is a member of the Hamilton County, Indiana, and Indiana State Bar Association.

For the past 10 years, has lived in Noblesville, Indiana, with his wife, Allison, and their adorable twins.  In his spare time Greg can be found on a golf course, training for long distance races and marathons, traveling or playing in the back yard with his children.

Contact Greg Halcomb at greg@halcombsingler.com or 317.575.8222.

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