What Makes Us Unique
Crow Estate Planning and Probate is a boutique law firm with offices in Clarksville, Tennessee and Hopkinsville, Kentucky. We focus our practice on three primary areas: estate planning, probate, and business planning. Due to our narrow practice fields, we can provide focused, individualized attention to our clients and their families, learning their goals and values. We believe that strong client relationships produce better solutions because we understand what is most important to our clients and what they value. At the end of the day, our mission is to protect our clients' legacy.
What We Do
Whether you need an estate attorney to create a detailed estate plan, a business lawyer to help guide you through the start up process, or a probate lawyer to assist you with issues after death, we are here to help you.
Whether we like it or not, we all have an expiration date. Instead of seeing this inevitability as something to avoid and ignore, we see it as an opportunity for you to take control and protect what is most important to you. That is what we are here to help you with. Estate planning is the process of putting together a comprehensive plan that prepares for your death and incapacity. There are many aspects to this process such as making a will or trust or executing powers of attorneys to avoid a conservatorship. But to us, the most important part for an estate lawyer is to learn your story, understand your goals, and form a strategy to that protects your family in the years to come.
The death of the loved one often brings with it many questions and uncertainties: How do I handle the assets and debts of my loved one? How do I even start probate? A skilled probate attorney will walk you through this confusing maze and provide clarity to the process. We serve our clients with compassion, and we understand that we can never fully prepare ourselves for the loss of a loved one. Our goal is to make probate as straightforward and simple as possible. We will be beside you, guiding you, and lift the burden from your shoulders.
Starting a small business is an exciting time in your life. You want to make sure that you start off on the right foot. Learning how to open a business takes effort and choosing the type of business entity that best suit your needs is critical. There are significant differences between a partnership, LLC, and corporation. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages. An experienced business lawyer can explain these differences and assist you in structuring a plan that suits your needs. When creating your business, consider the end game as well: Where do you want your business interest to go at your death? What is the succession plan? We help guide you through this process and form a strategy that integrates your business within your overall estate plan.