Indiana Estate Planning Laws
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Welcome to the Indiana Estate Planning Laws section. Here you can find information on probate law, estate taxes and wills in the Hoosier State. A will can help transfer property and avoid tax burdens. Depending on your wishes and the size of your estate, your will in Indiana could be a single page or a lengthy, complex document. Plus a trust can either be created during a person's lifetime, or after death, by a will. You can also declare your wishes regarding life-prolonging medical procedures in Indiana, among other things. Click on a link below to get started.
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