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If you have questions or comments in the areas of elder law, estate planning, trust (including special needs trusts), probate, guardianships, or medicaid asset protection, you're invited to contact J.L. as follows:

Jerry (J.L.) Siefers, Jr.
Counselor and Attorney at Law
(Siefers Law Office, P.C.)
205 South Walnut Street Suite 14
Bloomington, Indiana 47404
TEL: (812) 558-0533 * FAX: (812) 558-0532

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Indiana Elder Law News

  • Are you prepared for the estate planning and elder law changes coming in 2016? 
  • Indiana has elinated the inheritance tax.  Do you need to change your estate plan?
  • Did you know that Indiana has now allows transfer on death deeds for real property to avoid probate?
  • Are you protecting your wealth from high nursing home costs by using long term care insurance?

 

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Indiana Bar Assoc.

  • Elder Law Section
  • Probate, Trust & Real Property Section

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