At Alter & Rockey, Associates at Law, our goal is to give you peace of mind. Our firm helps families plan for life, deal with death, preserve wealth, and protect inheritances. Our clients engage us when planning for the two most important aspects of their lives: Everything they own and everyone they love.
By actively listening to our clients, we create and administer highly personalized plans that reflect our clients' own unique situations. It's not just the law, it's how the law affects you.
We routinely represent clients in the areas of: Estate Planning (including the creation of Wills and Trusts); Incapacity Planning (including the creation of Durable Powers of Attorney and Health Care Directives); Elder Law; Medical Assistance (Medicaid); Estate Administration; Trust Administration; Probate; and Small Business Formation.
We work with individuals and families living throughout Indiana. We can help you address your needs of today and for many years to come. We look forward to working with you through all stages of your life, please call (765) 864.4090.
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