|Business Law||Civil Trial Practice|
|Public Utilities Law||Real Estate Law|
|Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate|
About this office:
The Firm was formed in 1929 by the late William H. Thompson, a prominent Indianapolis attorney, under the name of Thompson Rabb & Stevenson. Following a tradition of identifying itself with its most senior members, the Firm became Hackman Hulett & Cracraft, LLP in 1998. The Firm provides high quality legal services in business-oriented practice areas on a cost-efficient and timely basis.
The Firm represents corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, governmental and other types of organizations engaged in a variety of business activities and handles trial and appellate litigation in state and federal courts, hearings before state and federal administrative agencies, as well as arbitrations, mediations and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. In addition, the Firm represents individuals in connection with estate planning and administration, charitable giving and guardianships.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Mergers and Acquisitions; Real Estate; Public Utility Law; Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Litigation; State Courts; Commercial Law; State Government Law; Local Taxation; Probate; Estate Planning; Business Law; Business Formation; Business Litigation; Business Start-Ups; Business Transactions; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Arbitrations; Wills; Contested Wills; Inheritance; Living Wills; Mediations; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Legislative Relations; Insurance; Insurance Bad Faith; Professional Negligence; Health Care; Lender Law; Trusts and Estates; Retirement Planning; Special Needs Trusts; Trust Planning.
Year Established: 1929
Former Names: Thompson Rabb & Stevenson 1929-1941 Thompson O'Neal & Smith 1941-1966 Smith Morgan & Ryan 1966-1986 Hackman McClarnon & McTurnan 1986-1988 Hackman McClarnon Hulett & Cracraft 1989-1998