Experienced Advocates

Anderson and Associates has been serving the legal needs of businesses, families, and individuals for over 30 years . Why choose Anderson and Associates?

Personalized Estate, Probate, and Business Representation

Many people feel that the only way to obtain adequate legal representation is to work with a large firm from the city. Especially when it comes to legal matters like estate planning, probate administration, estate and probate litigation, business contracts and business litigation, many people feel that a local solo practitioner would never have the experience or skill to handle these complex matters.

Do not buy into the large-firm myth.

The large city firms might bring clout and pomp, but they often fall short in taking care of their clients. As Indianapolis estate attorneys with more than 30 years of legal experience, we focus on providing exceptional service to our clients. Rather than being shifted to various associates and legal assistants, with Anderson and Associates, P.C., you work with us, your attorneys, throughout your case.

Our clients benefit from the individualized attention they receive from Anderson and Associates. We provide them with representation marked by prompt communication, honest assessments and effective litigation.

We are litigators, first and foremost. Many estate, probate and business lawyers can handle the transactional matters, but lack the experience to be effective litigators. With more than 30 years of litigation experience, including more than 20 years handling major insurance company litigation, we excel when it comes to representing our clients’ interests in the courtroom.

Serving Individuals and Businesses for More Than 30 Years

We represent both businesses and individuals and are here to guide and serve you.


Think Ahead: Make a Will

Those in the Hoosier State owe it to themselves and their families to think ahead and plan sensibly for the future. This means facing the fact that humans are mortal. Making an estate plan for the future necessarily involves making a will, especially if there are children in the family.

Once a person has decided to make a will,

Revocable Living Trust: Is it Right for You?

Most people consider wills for estate planning; however, this is not the only option. In addition to avoiding probate, a revocable living trust may offer you significant before-death and after-death advantages.

In general, a trust involves three parties: the creator, the trustee or trustees (who agree to manage the assets according to the terms of the trust) and the beneficiary or beneficiaries.

Soprano Star’s Estate Plan Provides Valuable Lessons for Parents

James Gandolfini was made famous by playing a vicious mob boss who often resorted to violence to solve problems. In reality, the actor had a reputation for kindness and generosity, two traits that are apparent in his estate planning documents which provide ample support for both of his children.

Instead of providing an even split to his children,

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