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Serving Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Are you looking for an attorney for an estate planning, probate or real estate matter? At The Crecink Law Firm, we have been assisting clients with these areas of practice since 1977. We believe in the importance of establishing a sound and effective estate plan, and we work side-by-side with executors and administrators to streamline the probate process. If you need assistance with a real estate transaction or with a matter pertaining to real estate development, we can provide you with knowledgeable representation as well. With nearly 40 years of legal experience, we're prepared to answer your questions and provide you with the information you need to address your legal matter effectively.

While our office is located in Starkville, we're proud to serve clients all throughout Oktibbeha County.

Estate Planning, Probate & Real Estate Law

We have served the residents of Starkville and Oktibbeha County for nearly four decades with a wide array of estate planning, probate and real estate matters. Estate planning is the process of arranging for the distribution of your assets upon death; however, it goes far beyond the last will & testament. With powers of attorney you can appoint someone to make health care and financial decisions for you in case you ever become incapacitated, and with an advanced health care directive such as a living will, you can set forth what types of end-of-life care you do or do not want if you become terminally ill. With a will, you can appoint an executor to settle your estate and you can appoint a guardian for minor children should anything ever happen to you. An estate plan should be a part of everyone's overall financial plan regardless of age or wealth and it can provide the long-term security that your family deserves.

When someone passes away with assets in their name such as real estate or bank accounts, their estate will need to be probated in order to arrange for transfer of these assets to the beneficiaries named in the will, or if there is no will, according to state law. If you were appointed as an executor or an administrator of an estate, we can provide you with the professional legal representation you need to handle your duties competently and efficiently.

If you are buying, selling or developing real estate property, we represent clients with various real estate matters from purchases, to sales, to residential real estate development and commercial real estate. Having a real estate attorney can be a precautionary measure and can be essential for helping small and large transactions go smoothly and without any hidden surprises.

Contact a Starkville Estate Planning Attorney Today!

When you come to our firm, we will begin by meeting with you in a one-on-one free initial case evaluation.. This meeting will give us the opportunity to evaluate your situation, explain your legal options and help you make the best decision for your unique situation. Our goal is to devise a legal strategy that will bring about the most cost-effective and optimal outcome achievable. Since 1977, our Starkville estate planning attorney has had the honor and pleasure of making a positive difference in peoples' lives and we welcome the opportunity to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Contact a Starkville estate planning lawyer from our firm right away to arrange your free case evaluation – you have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

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The Crecink Law Firm, PLLC - Starkville Estate Planning Attorney
Located at 123 1/2 W Main St,
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: (662) 320-6600

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