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Plopper & Partners, LLP - Zionsville, IN

75 E. Pine Street Zionsville, IN 46077

Updated: 09/19/2022

Zionsville Estate Planning Law Firm

Overview

Focused on estate planning matters, Plopper & Partners, LLP, provides undivided attention to clients facing probate, will and trust law issues. From our law office in Carmel, Indiana, we take cases throughout Marion and Hamilton counties, including in Noblesville, Fishers, Indianapolis and Westfield. Our practice also provides representation in matters such as business law, real estate transactions, cross-border dispute resolutions and federal appeals.

People who come to our law office find a team with nearly 50 years of combined experience. We have appeared on behalf of clients in both state and federal courts. In countless other cases, we have successfully resolved the issue through negotiation and innovative legal strategies.

From the moment we have a free initial consultation with someone, we make it a point to respond to their concerns honestly and maintain open communication. We recognize that the best way to meet clients' goals is to understand their situation and ensure that they understand their options.

At our law office, our attorneys are committed to finding the best possible solution. We are able to glean resources from our involvement with the American Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association. Further, we have excellent relationships with members of the legal community and other professionals, such as forensic accountants, who are invaluable to enhancing our work. Plopper & Partners, LLP, accepts credit cards.

About Plopper & Partners, LLP

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Real Estate
  • Business Law & Commercial Law

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75 E. Pine Street Zionsville, IN 46077

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  • 317-822-0808

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