Serving Clients Dealing With Various Disputes
At McClure McClure & Davis, we have experience negotiating and litigating several different legal matters for our clients. Through our involvement and reputation in the community, we are committed to serving clients from all walks of life facing legal issues. Our client-focused firm has been serving the Indianapolis metro for more than 45 years. When you meet with us for a consultation, we listen intently to your story, understand your concerns and work with you to seek your desired outcomes.
Other Practice Areas We Handle
These are some additional legal issues we can help you with:
- Estate planning: Make your legacy last with the help of skilled legal counsel. Whether you need to make an estate plan, update your will or create a trust, we can provide professional guidance every step of the way.
- Guardianships/Conservatorships: Learn the rights, responsibilities and obligations of being a guardian or a conservator. Our firm can help appoint you as a guardian or conservator or help you choose someone to eventually become yours.
- Probate/Estate Administration: Get experienced legal guidance when becoming an executor so you don’t face personal liability for estate assets that decline in value.
- Insurance defense: Fight high damages and unwarranted claims that could cost your insurance business. Our knowledge of Indiana insurance laws helps us serve insurance carriers like you in state and federal courts.
Legal issues can be emotionally stressful and challenging for those dealing with them. As lawyers at McClure McClure & Davis, we are committed to addressing your problems and finding practical solutions that meet your personal, professional and legal goals.
Have A Legal Issue? Contact Us.
At McClure McClure & Davis, we have the experience and knowledge to guide you through a complicated and nuanced legal system. We can help you avoid costly mistakes that could negatively impact your case or future. If you’re facing an urgent legal matter, such as a criminal charge, these cases are often time-sensitive, so speaking with an attorney sooner rather than later is crucial.