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We look to discuss in your consultation your area of law you would like to explore your particular issue at hand. This approach is where as you as a potential client are free to discuss your concerns about Indiana Real Estate Law, Indiana Elder Law, Indiana Business Law or Estate Planning in Indiana. Part of your initial visit or phone consultation will involve supplying you with handouts about elder law, our practice and how we typically work on cases that are similar to yours.

When presenting potential solutions, you will know upfront what could occur if we can take you on as a client, providing full transparency into our operations.


For our various subject matters, we will discuss each individually so you can get a better idea how we work once we’ve initially addressed your issue.

For elder law in Indiana, the issues concerning long-term care needs, asset planning, family conflicts and Medicaid issues present a myriad of tough choices both the elder and the adult children need to make sometimes on a more immediate basis. An elder law attorney in Carmel, Indiana that has extensive knowledge of both state and Federal laws to create a plan to extend your financial longevity into your retirement or nursing home stays are vital to your physical and financial health.

With Indiana real estate law, having the initial information about your investment goals, size and scope of your current portfolio and investment partners shape us shape contracts and agreements that look to minimize the chances of litigation and maximize your profits.

Considering business law, both contract law at the Indiana level and Federal level will be considered in your options to formulate contracts protecting your business.

And finally, with estate planning in Indiana, you have team members that are highly trained to create options involving your estate to pass on your assets in the way you intend.

Other areas our attorneys are able to assist with include, but are not limited to, the following:

To schedule your no-obligation case evaluation, please contact an Indianapolis attorney from our firm today!


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