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The trusted lawyers at O'Koon Hintermeister, PLLC, confidently handle client’s personal asset and estate planning matters.

Estate planning is vital to ensure your assets are protected and your final wishes are followed. The estate planning attorneys at O'Koon Hintermeister, PLLC, have seen first-hand the problems that can arise when individuals and business owners fail to prepare for the future. In Indiana and Kentucky, individuals and businesses trust us to tailor estate plans that include wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, living wills, powers of attorney, and business succession plans. Our team can assist generations of family members with diligence and care.

Lack of estate planning can be detrimental. Let us help.

Lack of estate planning or poor asset management can lead to unnecessary estate taxes, long courtroom battles, and other negative consequences. Be comforted by the reliable assets and estate planning executed by our trusted team of personal service attorneys.

Understanding Power of Attorney

A power of attorney agreement is quite often essential to managing your financial affairs. To protect against adverse economic outcomes, reach out to our firm to assist in the formation and management of your power of attorney agreement.

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You need a lawyer who understands unique Indiana and Kentucky estate planning laws.

We provide reliable estate planning you can trust.

Indiana and Kentucky residents seeking personal services regarding estate planning or protecting assets can look no further than O’Koon Hintermeister, PLLC. Estate planning tends to include a collection of documents meant to specify desired asset distribution. Estate planning laws, from inheritance taxes to power of attorney, and rights of children to inherit can vary greatly depending on the state. Each state has different probate-avoidance methods and asset-related legislation. By working with our experienced team of personal service attorneys, you guarantee the guidance of a professional well versed in Indiana and Kentucky estate planning laws. In turn, you ensure a level of security over all of you and your family and business assets.