Jill McCrory has her own law firm, McCrory Law in Punta Gorda, FL.  Jill is a transactional tax attorney, who focuses on asset transfers in the context of wills, trusts, estates, probate, asset preservation, real estate, business and succession planning. 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.  She attended the University of Florida, obtaining a Bachelor of Science with High Honors; a Juris Doctorate with Honors; and a Master of Laws in Taxation.

Jill and her husband, Chad, moved to Charlotte County in 2003, where Jill began her law career. Jill established the McCrory Law Firm, in 2009.

Jill was previously as an adjunct law professor at Florida Gulf Coast University, teaching Florida Estates Trust & Probate and Elder Law to graduating seniors and at the Lifelong Learning Institute.

Jill enjoys volunteering and is involved with many non-profit organizations, including serving as President of the Board of Trustee for Bayfront Punta Gorda and Board Member for Charlotte Community Foundation. She is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Charlotte, a founding member of the Charlotte County Young Professionals, founding member of the Florida Bar Young Lawyer’s Division of the Charlotte County Bar Association, and past President of the Charlotte Estate Tax Planning Council. She is also a past Board Member for the American Cancer Society, Team Punta Gorda, the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, and the fundraising arm of the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition.

Jill was recently honored by the University of Florida Inaugural Gator 100 honoring the world’s fastest growing Gator-owned companies.