Halcomb Singler, LLP, has significant experience representing individuals and businesses located in Noblesville, Indiana. Our attorneys routinely handle cases in the Circuit and Superior Courts located in Noblesville. Our attorneys spent approximately 5 years working at a law firm on Noblesville’s historic square before opening Halcomb Singler, LLP, and one of our attorneys currently calls Noblesville home.
Greg Halcomb concentrates his practice in the area of assisting families of all asset levels with their estate planning. Mr. Halcomb concentrates on first finding out about the family dynamics as well as the asset level prior to making any recommendations regarding what estate planning tools such as wills, trusts and powers of attorneys he would recommend. Mr. Halcomb speaks with his clients about not only legal issues such as the importance of selecting a guardian for your children in your estate planning documents, but also practical matters such as where to store the will and whether copies should be made. Halcomb Singler can even store your will/trust at it’s office just down the road from Noblesville if you prefer. Mr. Halcomb offers his estate planning services at flat fees so that there are no surprise bills.
Once a loved one passes, Mr. Halcomb often represents personal representatives of estates in probate court in the Hamilton Superior Courts located in Noblesville. Probate refers to the process through which property is passed after a person passes away who made a valid will prior to their death. The personal representative of an estate has a fiduciary duty to those who are entitled to receive assets to gather the assets, prepare inventories, pay taxes and close out the estate. Of course, this process can be both daunting and confusing. Greg Halcomb assists personal representatives obtaining letters testamentary or letters of administration and a federal employer identification number. Mr. Halcomb is there to advise the personal representative regarding the various requirements and deadlines with which every probate estate administration in Hamilton County, Indiana must comply.
In addition to estate planning (wills & trusts) and estate administration/probate, Halcomb Singler, LLP, is here to assist our Noblesville clients with debt issues. Erika Singler has helped her clients obtain discharges in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and relieve themselves of millions of dollars of debts. Ms. Singler was proud to be named a 2014 Rising Star in Indiana in the area of consumer bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is not a good idea for everyone, and it does not get rid of each and every debt in every case, but Erika Singler does offer a free initial consultation to those living in Noblesville who are struggling with debt and believe they may need to file bankruptcy. Ms. Singler typically meets with each potential bankruptcy/debt settlement for about an hour to discuss their current financial challenges. Halcomb Singler is always open to talking about how a potential client might avoid bankruptcy as well as how Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be a good way to obtain a fresh start. Our Noblesville clients are often happy to avoid the drive to downtown Indianapolis when coming to meet with us at our Carmel, Indiana office.
Halcomb Singler, LLP, is a law firm that represents individuals, families and small to medium sized businesses. We understand that coming to see an attorney is not usually the highlight of any person’s day, but we also understand that Noblesville residents often have legal needs. Whether it be to plan for the future through preparing your will or trust, assisting you after the loss of one of your loved ones, or taking the stress of financial hardship off of your shoulders Halcomb Singler, LLP, would like to be your law firm. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (317) 575-8222 to schedule your appointment or simply complete the contact us form located on our home page.
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