Attorney A. Jill C. McCrory
Attorney A. Jill C. McCrory is a transactional tax attorney, who focuses on asset transfers in the context of wills, trusts, estates, probate, asset preservation, business succession and real estate. Jill has been a member of the Florida Bar since May of 2002, belonging to the Tax Law Section, and Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section and the Charlotte County Bar Association. Jill also served on the State of Florida 20th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee “C”.
Jill attended the University of Florida, obtaining a Bachelor of Science with High Honors in May of 1997; a Juris Doctorate with Honors in December of 2001; and a Master of Laws in Taxation in May of 2003.
While at the University of Florida, Jill served as the Graduate Assistant Editor of the Florida Tax Review and the Research Editor for the Journal of Technology and Public Policy. She received Honors in Legal Research and Writing. She was a teaching assistant for Appellate Advocacy and was a law clerk for various law firms located in Gainesville, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, and Barcelona, Spain.
Upon graduation in May of 2003, Jill and her husband, Chad, moved to Punta Gorda, where Jill has continued her law career. Jill established the McCrory Law Firm, in June of 2009.
In addition to her law practice, Jill has served as an adjunct law professor at Florida Gulf Coast University, teaching Florida Estates Trust & Probate and Elder Law. Also, she is an active member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners also known as STEP.
Jill is dedicated to volunteering to serve the community. Currently, she is Vice President of the Charlotte Community Foundation. Before that, she was a member of the Finance & Audit Committee and Treasurer for the Charlotte Community Foundation. Also currently, she is a Trustee for the Tidewell Hospice Board of Trustees.
In the past, Jill served as Board Moderator for the Trustees of Bayfront Punta Gorda Hospital. Also, she was Ex Officio Board Member of Team Punta Gorda and volunteered for the Arts & Humanities Council. She is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Charlotte and is a founding member of the Charlotte County Young Professionals. Also, she was once President of the Charlotte Estate Tax Planning Council.