Bryan Nugen understands and cares deeply about heads of families' needs. He's a capable counselor in protecting their wealth and a tireless advocate for their ongoing well-being and that of their families.
Licensed in Florida, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, with over two decades experience, Bryan's legal know-how is tempered by his highly personable manner. He's a family's trusted, long-term confidant. He takes pride in making a real difference at every turn-- bettering their lives.
A 2010, Auburn-Indiana, Allen Graber Citizen of the Year, and a Rotary Club International Paul Harris Fellow, Bryan provides pro-bono legal work and sits currently and has sat on the boards of several local non-profit organizations, including DeKalb Health,Habitat for Humanity, the Juvenile Diabetes Advisory Board and served as a Big Brother as part of the Big Brother Big Sisters organization.
With a Juris Doctor from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and a Bachelor's of Arts from Indiana University, Bryan's practice focuses on Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Elder Law and representation of Closely Held Corporations and their owners.
An avid world traveler, he's as much a product of his formal education as the wide-ranging adventures and human interactions he experienced while exploring over 40 countries.
Assistant City Attorney, City of Auburn, Indiana, 1995—1998; Town Attorney, Town of Ashley, Indiana, 1995—2011; Deputy Prosecuting Attorney: LaGrange County, 1994-1995; DeKalb County, 1995—2000.