Zionsville, Indiana

Zionsville, Indiana is just a short drive down the road from Halcomb Singler, LLP.  Our attorney Erika Singler is a proud resident of the village of Zionsville and a member of the Zionsville Village Residents Association as well as the Zionsville Neighborhood Action Group.  In addition, Erika Singler presently serves as the elected Judge of the Zionsville Town Court.  On Saturday mornings between Memorial Day and Labor Day you will often find Erika Singler volunteering at the Zionsville Farmer’s Market or shopping in the local stores on Main Street.  Halcomb Singler takes pride in representing Erika Singler’s neighbors in Zionsville, Indiana and shows its support as a sponsor of the Lincoln Park Concert Series that takes place every Wednesday evening during the summer in Zionsville’s Lincoln Park.  If you live in Zionsville, Indiana and have any of the follow legal issues the law firm of Halcomb Singler, LLP, may be able to assist you with your legal needs.

Zionsville is a town filled with families.  Halcomb Singler can help those families with many of their personal legal needs.  Parents need to speak with an attorney regarding Estate Planning (Wills & Trusts).  When we mention estate planning to our existing clients they often believe that they don’t need estate planning because “they don’t really have an estate” or because “everything would just go to my spouse, right?”  In reality, just about every adult has an estate.  And in Indiana most people would be surprised to know that if they pass away without estate planning documents in place how their assets would be distributed.  For example, if you are married and your spouse passes away without a will, your children will receive half of their estate and you will receive the other half.  If you are married and do not have children, your parents would receive 25% of your estate and your spouse just 75% if you die without a will.  Estate planning documents and Powers of Attorney are also effective tools to choose a guardian for your child(ren) should you and your spouse pass away or if you are both involved in an accident and temporarily not able to care for yourself or your children.  Greg Halcomb understands that families are busy and that a trip to Halcomb Singler is not always convenient.  For that reason, he makes himself available to meet with you in your home to discuss your situation and determine your estate planing needs.  If you want to set up an appointment, call Greg Halcomb at (317) 575-8222.

Attorney Greg Halcomb is also available to represent personal representatives of probate estates through the Estate Administration/Probate process.  When a loved one passes away the family is busy making final arrangements and going through their process of grief.  Most people do not know where to start when it comes to dividing the assets of their loved one or the process of a probate administration.  In Indiana it is sometimes necessary to open a probate case in the Boone County Court to administer the estate of a loved one.  This process requires the personal representative to sign an oath, prepare inventories, to marshall the assets and to provide the attorney with the information necessary to pass out the assets of the person who passed away and then close out the estate.  Greg Halcomb has guided many personal representatives through this process.  Halcomb Singler represents personal representatives in Boone County in Zionsville no matter the size of the estate.  Halcomb Singler typically gives our clients an option to select a flat fee billing option instead of hourly billing because we want the personal representative to feel free to call our office with questions.  If you have been names as the executor/personal representative of an estate call Greg Halcomb at (317) 575-8222.

Another large focus of Halcomb Singler is representing those people in Zionsville who are struggling with debt problems.  Since Zionsville is an area that has typically enjoyed above-average income in comparison with other towns in Indiana, many incorrectly assume that no one in Zionsville has ever had creditors hounding them for payment.  The truth is that job loss, an extended illness, and divorce often result in financial difficulty even for those with excellent income.  Erika Singler counsels clients on Debt Settlement/Creditor Workouts when they have been sued by a creditor or have fallen behind.  Erika Singler also routinely represents Zionsville residents who need to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.  Erika Singler routinely represents people who make a better than average income who are able to meet their living expenses easily, but aren’t able to continue to service debt payments.  At Halcomb Singler we know that issues with debt can be embarrassing, but we can help you find solutions through negotiations with creditors, bankruptcy or Mortgage Foreclosure Defense.  To schedule a consultation with attorney Erika Singler call (317) 575-8222.

Halcomb Singler, LLP, is accepting new clients in the above-referenced areas for those living in Zionsville as well as in the areas of general Civil Litigation in Boone County, Personal Injury Litigation for those injured in car accidents, Real Estate closings and/or closing documents and tax sales, and Guardianships when a loved one is no longer able to care for their own affairs.

If you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal issue with one of our attorneys please call us at (317) 575-8222 or complete the contact form on our home page.

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