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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.

Give us a call at (317) 205-4357
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We look forward to meeting you!

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Recent Posts

Caregiver Crossing

We have a face for radio!

Big thanks to Emmis Communications & our friends at Joy’s House for inviting Stasia to join them for “Caregiver Crossing,” a program designed to provide information and support to anyone caring for a loved one. (They even provided Girl Scout cookies for sustenance.)

Stasia discussed ABLE accounts, along with Indiana State Treasurer, Kelly Mitchell, and Amy Corbin, the Executive Director of Indiana’s ABLE program, INvestABLE Indiana.

Earlybirds can tune in to Caregiver Crossing on 93.1 FM WIBC this Saturday morning, March 9th, from 7-8 am, or we’ll post a link to the podcast when/if one comes available.

ABLE accounts, also known as 529A accounts, allow eligible individuals with disabilities to save for their future and pay for disability related expenses. Savings in ABLE accounts do not affect certain means tested benefits.

Questions about ABLE accounts or broader-scale estate planning for your loved one with special needs?

We can help.

  1. New Bill Proposes Tax Credit for Contributions to INvestABLE Indiana accounts
  2. A Benefit for Gigi’s Playhouse, Indianapolis
  3. Happy New Year
  4. Home for the Holidays?
  5. All Access Pass-Providing Additional Benefits for Hoosiers Receiving Medicaid
  6. Thankful for the “Helpers”
  7. Estate Planning for Young Adults
  8. Independence and Autonomy: Supported Decision-Making for People with Disabilities
  9. A Word about Ethics and Elders