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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.

Give us a call at (317) 205-4357
or contact us via e-mail (address below at the bottom of this page)
to schedule a consultation.
We look forward to meeting you!*Email is a convenient first point of communication, but it’s not intended to create an attorney-client relationship (which happens once we have both executed a written client agreement).
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Thank you.

Recent Posts

Thankful for the “Helpers”

In this season of Thanksgiving, it occurs to us that we regularly have the privilege of working with and knowing some pretty selfless and incredible “helpers” in our community.

Our clients are grandparents, aunts, uncles, moms, dads, and dear friends who care for vulnerable children, enable elders to remain in their homes, serve as legal guardians, and support people with disabilities (while still encouraging their autonomy.)

It’s very possible that YOU are one of these people.

If so, we want you to know that we see you. We are grateful for you.Your efforts are not invisible. They are, in fact, life-changing.

We are thankful for your hands that help.

Wishing you and yours a lovely and peaceful Thanksgiving…

  1. Estate Planning for Young Adults
  2. Independence and Autonomy: Supported Decision-Making for People with Disabilities
  3. A Word about Ethics and Elders
  4. News/Community Involvement-Pam’s Party
  5. Talking about Health Care Choices Won’t Kill You-Changes to Indiana Medical Consent Laws
  6. Elder Mediation
  7. March is Disability Awareness Month
  8. Carefully Consider Your Gifts
  9. Happy New Year!