Fishers, Ind. (January 1, 2022) – At 4:30pm on Friday, December 31,2021, the team at Hunter Estate & Elder Law locked the firm’s doors one last time before not only a New Year, but a new era. On Monday, January 3, 2022, the firm reopened under a new name – Indiana Estate & Elder Law.
“In 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court made a decision to align with other states on simplified rules governing what law firms can be named,” said Attorney & Partner, Justin Schuhmacher. “Firms are no longer required to contain the names of their partners or founders. We saw this as an opportunity to make our Indiana-based estate and elder law services more searchable and accessible.”
Formerly Hunter Estate & Elder Law, the firm was founded in Fishers, Ind., in 2001 by Of-Counsel, Susan Hunter. Partners & Attorneys Jennifer Rozelle and Justin Schuhmacher now co-own the firm and have prepared it for the years of service that lie ahead.
“Though she has stepped away from day-to-day operations, Susan remains a ready asset to our team,” shares Attorney & Partner, Jennifer Rozelle. “Our branding updates not only better support our team, but our clients and future clients. We are excited to be one of the first firms in the state embracing these legislative changes.”
The team at Indiana Estate & Elder Law has been helping clients in the areas of estate planning (asset protection, wills, trusts, long-term care planning, and probate avoidance) and elder law (Medicaid enrollment, Veteran’s benefits, long-term care strategies, probate and trust administration) since 2001.
The firm offers free consultations, a straight-forward fee schedule, and explanations that are free of fancy legal jargon. Internally, the team’s mission supports that new and returning clients can make the best decisions possible based on their unique needs.
Indiana Estate & Elder Law provides comprehensive services in the areas of estate planning, asset protection, estate wills and trusts, Medicaid planning, Veteran’s benefits, long-term care planning, probate and trust administration, and probate avoidance. For more information about Indiana Estate & Elder Law or services offered, call 317-863-2030 or visit