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Zachary A Witte

Elder Law Attorney Zachary A Witte

Locke & Witte

520 South Calhoun Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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Attorney Profile

Locke & Witte provides families with easy to understand, timely information about Medicaid planning and eligibility, asset protection, long term care, and all other issues pertaining to elder law. We are elder care lawyers dedicated to helping families legally protect their assets from the high expense of long-term care by helping to plan and qualify for Medicaid benefits.

Firm Description 

When legal matters affect you and your family, it is important that you speak with a skilled and knowledgeable attorney about all your options. At Locke & Witte, we meet the legal needs of local families by providing top-quality legal representation.Our firm offers a number of legal services, including  Estate PlanningElder Law/Medicaid Planning, and Estate Administration. In each of our practice areas, we are committed to paying close personal attention to every detail, and providing excellent client service. Whether you need help with planning your estate with a will and trust, protecting assets or administering a loved one’s estate we are here to assist you. We promptly return phone calls, explain your options in clear, easy-to-understand language, and work around your busy schedule, not ours. Contact our Fort Wayne, Indiana law office at (260) 615-8631 to schedule a consultation.

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