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Welcome.

We are a law firm dedicated to providing accessible, experienced, compassionate, and excellent advocacy to Indiana individuals and families.

We closely focus on guardianships and guardianship administration, adoptions, estate planning, health care/elder care planning, and probate.  Our practice has been intentionally located in the heart of Broad Ripple Village for nearly twenty years.

We are committed to skilled, holistic representation and exceptional, individualized service and support.

And we are intentional in our creation of a welcoming, yet professional environment for our clients and our community.

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Recent Posts

A Benefit for Gigi’s Playhouse, Indianapolis

As an extension of her law practice, Stasia regularly performs at musical events benefitting local organizations who support elders and children with special needs.

“Such A Night,” presented by Eskenazi Health, will be held on the evening of January 12th, 2019, at the Hi-Fi in Indianapolis.

Proceeds from this event will benefit our friends with Gigi’s Playhouse Indianapolis, and several wonderful local and regional performers will be recreating the music from The Band’s “Last Waltz.”

Stasia will be appearing as Emmylou Harris for the evening.

Hope that you can join us for good music by good people for a GREAT cause!

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  4. Thankful for the “Helpers”
  5. Estate Planning for Young Adults
  6. Independence and Autonomy: Supported Decision-Making for People with Disabilities
  7. A Word about Ethics and Elders
  8. News/Community Involvement-Pam’s Party
  9. Talking about Health Care Choices Won’t Kill You-Changes to Indiana Medical Consent Laws