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The Importance Of Estate Planning

Estate planning is a subject many people don’t like to think about. When you’re young, you assume you have plenty of time to get your estate in order. When you’re older, you may not want to contemplate your own mortality.

Although these attitudes are completely understandable, the truth is that none of us knows what life has in store. Therefore, planning your estate now is important. It is one of the best ways to ensure that your wishes will be known and honored and that your family will be financially secure.

We Can Craft All Of The Estate Planning Documents You Need

McCrea & McCrea is a full-service law firm offering help with nearly any estate planning needs you may have. Our attorneys are ready to guide you through all documents and processes, including:

  • Wills
  • Trusts (revocable and irrevocable)
  • Living wills
  • Powers of attorney
  • Appointment of a health care representative

We believe in building long-term relationships and earning your business again in the future. We are happy to help you update your estate plan over time, even if we didn’t write the original documents.

How We Can Help Following The Death Of A Loved One

In Indiana, if an individual has $50,000 or more in assets (after subtraction of liens and encumbrances) in his or her name at the time of death, it is likely that his or her estate will need to be probated in court.

If you are a personal representative (sometimes called executor) overseeing an estate that needs to be probated, you will need the assistance of an experienced lawyer. At McCrea & McCrea, we have handled hundreds of probate estates and can take care of everything for you. We are efficient, detail-oriented, organized and thorough – the very skills that probating an estate requires. We will ensure that the process is completed as quickly and accurately as possible.

Take The First Step To Creating A Comprehensive Estate Plan

Located in Bloomington, McCrea & McCrea serves clients in Monroe County and surrounding communities. To take advantage of a free initial consultation, contact us via email or call 812-650-4425.