Glenn A. Deig | Attorney at Law

Certified Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Foundation
Board Certified Indiana Trust & Estate Lawyer certified by TESB

 

Protection of assets, providing for your personal healthcare and lifestyle, and arranging for end of life issues and the distribution of your assets to your heirs can be baffling and sometimes overwhelming concerns in your retirement years. The team at Glenn A. Deig, Attorney at Law, are competent, trustworthy, and knowledgeable professionals ready to help you navigate those complicated processes to ensure your personal needs and preferences are met during your retirement years.

Why Choose Us?

Glenn A. Deig, Attorney At Law is a prominent name within the Southern Indiana Elder Law community due to over 30 years of providing excellent legal counsel to his clients. Glenn A. Deig Law Office combines expertise with care as we handle our clients’ cases. Throughout Glenn’s career, he has utilized a highly trained support staff with his own skills and knowledge to give his clients peace of mind.

For an attorney you can trust to care for your goals, call or text 812–423-1500 to schedule a consultation.

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From the Blog of Glenn A. Deig

My Loved One Needs Nursing Home Care

The difficult decision has been made to move forward with nursing home placement for your loved one.  Once a suitable nursing home has been chosen based on your visitation of facilities and reviews… Read More »

Naming a beneficiary of your vehicle in Indiana

During my discussions with estate planning clients, many times the topic of leaving a certain vehicle to a certain beneficiary comes up. Clients will say, “if I still own my RAV4 I want it to go to my grandson who is going to college.” … Read More »

Avoiding Probate Just Got Easier

To avoid a formal estate in the Court system, before July 1, 2022, the probate estate of the decedent must have been less than $50,000 less liens, encumbrances, and funeral expenses.  … Read More »