- Estate Planning Law
- Corporate Law
- Estate Administration Law
- Medicaid Planning
- Real Estate Law
- Federal and State Taxation Law
Indiana University, B.S., 1983
Indiana University, J.D., 1986
1986, Indiana; U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana; 1986, U.S. Tax Court
Indianapolis (Member, Taxation, Business Law and Estate Planning Sections), Indiana State (Member, Taxation Section) and American (Member, Taxation Section) Bar Associations; Indiana CPA Society; Estate Planning Council of Indianapolis; American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (Charter Member).
Indianapolis, Indiana, August 1, 1961
Phi Delta Phi. Contributing Author: "LEGACY, Plan, Protect and Preserve Your Estate," 1996; "Generations, Planning Your Legacy," 1999. Lecturer, "Cafeteria Plans After the Tax Reform Act of 1986" and "How to Avoid Probate and Save Taxes - Using a Revocable Living Trust," 1990-1999; "Avoiding the Nursing Home Traps-Medicaid Planning," 1992.
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