Dillman Law Group
At Dillman Law Group, not only are we securing care for a senior in need, but we are bringing peace and emotional stability to the families who love them. There is nothing more meaningful that I would want to do with my education and talents with which I have been blessed. Our Practice Areas include:
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Medicaid Planning
- Probate & Trust Administration
- Probate Litigation
- Veterans' Benefits
About Lisa Dillman
Ms. Dillman has been practicing law for 20 years, the first 10 of which were spent in the courtroom fighting for her clients' rights. She has taken that advocacy experience into her Elder Law practice. When several members of her family needed help navigating the long-term care landscape, she was called upon to assist them. She learned first-hand what it was like to be a caregiver, and to obtain VA and Medicaid benefits to offset nursing home costs for her own family. Through this experience, she learned just how important it is for families to rely on a trusted advisor when they are confronted with the uncertainties associated with paying for long-term care and planning for the future. Attorney Dillman brings the necessary compassion, legal knowledge and patience to every one of her current and potential clients.
Ms. Dillman also practices in the area of Family Law, Guardianships, Probate Administration and Litigation. Her vast litigation and appellate experience was developed through numerous bench and jury trials, court hearings and appeals to the Indiana Court of Appeals, Indiana Supreme Court and United States Circuit Courts of Appeal.
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Proudly serving Marion, Hendricks, Boon, Hamilton, Madison, Hancock, Shelby, Johnson, and Morgan Counties.
We are willing to travel outside of these counties as well.
Dillman Law Group
Phone: (317) 492-9569
2344 S. Tibbs Avenue,
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Lisa was extremely helpful in guiding my brother and I through various procedures as we moved our parents from their home of 62 years into an assisted living facility. This was a very stressful time for us since our mother suffered from dementia, and we knew we would have more medical issues to deal with for her. The first step was to qualify our mother for Medicaid. Lisa's knowledge of what the law required was excellent, and we felt confident in all her recommendations. She and her staff not only filed the necessary paperwork for my mom, but also followed up with the Family and Social Services Administration on her behalf. Lisa assisted us in an updated Durable Power of Attorney for our parents, which included giving us the authority to make financial and health care decisions. It was very thorough and covered every eventuality. She even visited our mother, who was in rehab after a fall, to explain the power of attorney changes. The financial recommendation that we s et up an irrevocable trust for my parents has been very beneficial too. Lisa also worked with an elder care advisor to qualify our father, a WWII veteran, for a stipend from the VA to apply towards his assisted living expense. She and her staff always promptly answered my phone calls and e-mails. She was always able to answer our questions and from her experience and knowledge she gave us helpful options as we tried to make good decisions for our parents as they transitioned into assisted living. I know we could not have done any of this on our own and it was a tremendous weight off of our shoulders to have her help. I know we can call Lisa with any issue we might have in the future.
About the NCPC
The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated
members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping
implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need)
long term care are at the heart of our services.