Cindy Wolfer’s law practice focuses broadly on trust and estate matters in both the planning and administration stages, and includes income tax and transfer tax planning. She represents corporate and individual fiduciaries outside of and before the court for various matters including petitions for instructions, modification, approval of accounts, or termination and discharge.
Cindy works with individuals to plan for asset management in the event of incapacity, advance medical directives, and for the disposition of property at death according to ones wishes. She does this in a cost and tax effective manner. This planning includes drafting last will and testaments, trust agreements, medical and financial powers of attorney, and living wills, as well as implementing transfer on death and beneficiary designations when appropriate.
Cindy represents beneficiaries of trusts or estates to assert beneficial interests in property and damages for breaches of trust. She represents petitioners in guardianship proceedings to obtain court authority to help an incapacitated person.
Cindy a member of the Indiana Probate Study Commission appointed by Governor Eric Holcomb, effective July 2019 through June 2021.She is also a Fellow to The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). ACTEC is a nonprofit association of 2,500 trust and estate attorneys peer-elected to memberships based on substantial contributions to the field of trusts and estates law.
Cindy has received an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, and has been selected for inclusion on the Super Lawyers® list consecutively since 2016, and the Best Lawyers® list 2020 in the Trusts & Estates category. A graduate of Wittenberg University, Cindy then attended University of Cincinnati College of Law where she was named to Order of the Coif, a national scholastic honorary society.