Indianapolis, Indiana Tax Law Attorney
Strategic tax planning can protect you or your business against unnecessary tax obligations and consequences. At Cremer & Cremer, our attorneys are highly experienced in all aspects of tax law and estate tax planning. We are dedicated to protecting the interests of our individual and business clients in estate tax planning, tax returns, and tax litigation.
Our firm has extensive experience in tax law and estate tax planning. We are dedicated to protecting your individual and business interests related to tax litigation, estate planning, tax returns, and tax law liability. Contact us for an initial consultation or case evaluation.
Our goal in serving your interests and protecting your estate is to minimize the tax consequences associated with estate and gift taxes. Significant tax obligations can be avoided with a strategic estate and tax plan. Our estate planning attorney will identify your assets and help you explore all available tools to create a suitable estate plan tailored to your immediate and future needs.
Our lawyers are experienced in tax law and estate planning tools involving:
- Estate taxes and tax returns
- Credit shelter trusts
- Revocable living trusts
- Marital trusts
- Charitable trusts
- Tax litigation: tax court, Internal Revenue Services (IRS) investigations
- Tax audits
Our attorneys will take the time to understand your unique objectives and goals. We will explore all of your options and alternatives in creating a functional tax plan that protects your rights and the future of your estate.
Many people use a simple will without consideration of more complex estate planning tools that will better serve their needs and protect against unnecessary tax obligations. A trust that designates a spouse or children as beneficiaries may allow you to pass your assets and avoid tax consequences of a simple will. A credit shelter trust allows you to utilize your federal exemption. For more information about estate planning tools to minimize your tax obligations and protect your rights, please contact our office.
Contact Cremer & Cremer for an initial consultation or case evaluation with an experienced Indianapolis, Indiana tax law attorney. For over 40 years we have offered a tradition of service, advocacy, and results to business and individual clients statewide.
Notice: The Department of Treasury recently revised guidelines for tax practitioners known as Circular 230. In accordance with these guidelines, you are hereby advised that any tax advice contained in this email, including any attachments is not intended or written to be used, nor can it be used for the purpose of (i) avoiding any tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) supporting, marketing or recommending any tax-related matters contained in this communication.