Services

Estate Planning

 

At Wright & Associates we believe that proper preparation and planning produces positive outcomes, and we strive to produce the best results for all of our clients. Wright & Associates will provide you and your loved ones with peace of mind through establishing a personalized estate plan tailored to you and your family's individual needs. As part of our services, we draft Wills and various Trusts, create Powers of Attorney, Develop advanced Health Care Directives, and establish guardianships for our Clients. A proper estate plan can allow you to plan for the future and ensure that your family members and beneficiaries are shielded from delays, expenses, and loss of privacy associated with the Probate process.  

 

 

Business Formation

 

Wright & Associates assists clients in effectively establishing Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Professional Corporations, Tax Exempt/Charitable Organizations, Limited Liability Partnerships, any many other business entities.   

Contracts:  Drafting, negotiations, and disputes.


Acquisitions, Mergers, and Dissolutions


Partner/Shareholder Disputes
Buy/Sell Agreements 
Restricting transfer of stock ownership.

 

 

 

Business Succession Planning

 

Elder Law

 

As we age, our legal needs change. Caring for our elderly clients remains a top priority at Wright & Associates. We help our clients with Guardianships, Conservatorships, Trustee Support, and Probate Assistance. 

 

Litigation

 

Long Term Care Planning

 

Veterans Benefits,
Aid & Attendance, and Disability Claims 

 

​As an Attorney at Law Accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ron Wright represents veterans and their families before the VA.​

As a veteran himself, Ron enjoys speaking at VA seminars throughout the State of Indiana.

Medicaid Planning and Applications 
Retirees today are keenly aware of the need for Long-Term Care Planning. Medicaid planning is an important part of any Long-Term Care Plan. While it's not something many people like to think about, HHS statistics show that in 70% of elderly couples, at least one person has had to enter a nursing home or assisted living facility. Long-Term Care Planning has become an essential part of anyone's estate plan. But why? The average Nursing home costs in Indiana are approximately $7,800 a month. Coupled with your usual household expenses and regular commitments, your savings can quickly diminish with added, and necessary, nursing home expenses. Get your plan in order now and rest easy knowing that your assets will remain protected. 

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