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Elder Law Attorney Scott  Severns
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Scott Severns

Severns and Howard
10293 North Meridian Street
Suite 150
Indianapolis, IN 46290

Scott R. Severns is the Founder of Severns and Brown. He graduated cum laude from Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis in 1979. His professional career has focused on legal and health care issues that confront older adults. More »

Elder Law Attorney Rebecca W. Geyer
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Rebecca W. Geyer

Rebecca W Geyer & Associates PC
11550 N Meridian Street
Suite 200
Carmel, IN 46032

Rebecca W. Geyer is the founder of Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates, PC where her practice concentrates in estate planning, estate and trust administration, elder law, tax planning, and business services. More »

Elder Law Attorney Anna M.   Howard
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Anna M. Howard

Severns and Howard
10293 North Meridian Street
Suite 150
Indianapolis, IN 46290

Anna M. Howard is VA Accredited attorney specializing in VA and Medicaid planning, as well as basic Asset Protection Planning.  She received her law degree from Barry University in Orlando, where her studies focused on Estate Planning and Elder Law. More »

Elder Law Attorney Lance  Like
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Lance Like

Like Law Group LLC
320 West Eighth Street
Suite 116
Bloomington, IN 47404

Lance is an Indiana Board Certified Indiana Trust & Estate Lawyer by the Trust & Estate Specialty Board, graduated cum laude from the Indiana University School of Law in 1990 and is admitted to the Bar in Indiana and Colorado. More »

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