We have unique expertise in highly complex areas of the law.

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These are the things we do best at Hewitt Law & Mediation:

Estate, trust, guardianship, and fiduciary litigation.

We’ve successfully represented litigants in hundreds of Indiana cases involving contested wills, trust and guardianship disputes, and other issues related to the distribution and administration of estates. As probate attorneys with decades of experience, we’re relentless, efficient, and thorough on behalf of our clients, even in the most complex and difficult cases. We’re a trusted resource for banks, attorneys, trustees, and other estate executors seeking expert litigators. Brian Hewitt is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), a member of its Fiduciary Litigation Committee, and a Certified Indiana Trust and Estate Lawyer by the Trust and Estate Specialty Board.


estate planning.

We help individuals and families navigate the complex task of providing for their loved ones through legally sound and cost-efficient estate plans and tax planning. These plans can include wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and healthcare directives.


Mediation.

Brian is a sought-after expert in the field of mediation, settling more than 1,000 estate, trust, and guardianship cases. Colleague Chris Mueller is also a registered civil mediator working under Brian’s mentorship. Besides our mediation work in complex estate-related cases, we also mediate cases involving business and commercial disputes, professional negligence and malpractice, and real estate.

Read more about our mediation services.


real estate law.

We’re experienced real estate attorneys who help clients maneuver through complicated purchase, sale, and financing transactions and litigation. We represent commercial developers and can help negotiate complex real estate contracts and loan documents.


General business representation and corporate litigation.

We help businesses of all sizes with their legal needs, including the startup and expansion process, tax planning, contract negotiation, and representation in disputes.