Caring Guidance For More Than 30 Years

Welcome To The Law Office Of Claire E. Lewis

Our office is a multi-service law firm focusing on long term and estate planning for persons of all ages throughout the state of Indiana.

For more than thirty years, Claire has provided caring and personalized guidance to our clients, helping them plan for their future and empowering those who face immense challenges due to their medical or special needs.

Important Information Regarding The End Of The Public Health Emergency And Your Medicaid Benefits:

With the ending of the Public Health Emergency, Medicaid will be issuing a series of notices to recipients. It is important to address any and all notices that you receive immediately upon receipt. Medicaid will begin issuing notices for a review of benefits to determine ongoing eligibility for recipients. You must respond to this in order to maintain benefits under the Medicaid program. If you require assistance with this process or receive a termination of benefits notice, please contact our office.

Serving Indiana For More Than 30 years

Our Practice Areas


Advance Directives

Estate Planning


Probate and Decedents’ Estates

Long-Term Care Planning

Planning For Persons With Special Needs

Veterans Aid & Attendance & Homebound Benefits

Assistance For A Wide Range Of Elder Law Issues

Proper estate planning assures that your decisions will be honored whether you are a married couple with young children, a single baby boomer, or a 90-year-old WWII veteran. We are committed to ensuring that all of our clients’ planning needs are addressed, regardless of age or circumstance.

As an elder law office, we focus on the legal needs of our aging clients as well as our younger clients who have disabilities. Our mission is to help our clients preserve their dignity, independence, and hard-earned assets as they age in the environment of their own choosing.

Elder Law Planning To Help Your Family

Sometimes, however, because of a disabling illness or injury or a progressive disease such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, staying at home or staying at home without assistance is not possible.

Issues arise concerning planning for the cost of long-term care and the availability and quality of care. With proper legal planning, it is possible to address those concerns, providing quality of life for not only the person in need but also his or her spouse and dependents.

Our Badges

Rated By | Super Lawyers | Top 25 Women | Indiana |
Distinguished Fellow | Indianapolis Bar Foundation