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Ronald A. Wright, Esq.


Ronald A. Wright is a member of the Indiana Bar and a practicing attorney with offices located in Indianapolis, Indiana.  He received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University majoring in political science and has received a Juris Doctorate degree from Valparaiso University School of Law.  With over forty years experience, he is the senior attorney with the law firm of Wright & Associates, PC.  He oversees the firm’s practice which, along with general business related services, emphasizes estate planning, guardianship, probate, and veteran’s benefit assistance.  He is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).  Mr. Wright also serves as attorney for the National Institute of Certified Estate Planners (NICEP) and is accredited by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to represent veterans. 


Theodore Robert Feddeler, Esq.

Theodore R. Feddeler is an attorney admitted to practice law in Indiana by the Indiana Supreme Court as well as in the United States District Court Northern District of Indiana and United States District Court Southern District of Indiana. He received his undergraduate degree as well as his Juris Doctorate from Indiana University.


Theodore joined Wright & Associates during his second year of law school. During his time as a Law Clerk for the Firm, Theodore primarily assisted Ronald A. Wright in litigation and estate planning matters. As an Attorney for the Firm, Theodore focusses on transactional work and has a passion for helping small businesses achieve their short-term and long-term goals. Theodore has a similar passion for estate and succession planning and firmly believes that it is never too early to begin planning for one's future.


In his free time, Theodore volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for organizations in Indiana dedicated to helping children in need. Theodore previously served as a Guardian ad Litem in similar organizations during his time in law school as a member of Indiana University's Child Advocacy Clinic.