Laura M. Vogler
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
Ms. Vogler is an associate whose practice focuses on estate planning and elder law. Through living trusts, wills and advanced directives, she is able to customize an estate plan that works best for each client. She also has experience with guardianships and Medicaid planning.
Ms. Vogler is the firm's Community Outreach Directo. This program offers free seminars within the community, sponsored by our firm and, often, local businesses or community groups. The program offers seminars which focus on many different topics, such as, estate planning, advance directives, Medicaid and other various issues encountered by the elderly.
Ms. Vogler was born in Naperville, Illinois on March 27, 1985. She graduated from Naperville Central High School in 2003. She continued on to Dominican University where she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Corporate Communications and Business Administration in 2007.
After taking a year off from her studies, Ms. Vogler began law school at Valparaiso University School of Law. While at VUSL, Ms. Vogler was a member of the International Moot Court Society and in 2010, her team won First Place at the Susan J. Ferrell International Human Rights Competition in Miami, Florida. All three years of law school, Ms. Vogler was very involved with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which offered free tax preparation to low income and elderly people. Her third year, she was nominated to manage the VITA program at the law school. She continues to volunteer for VITA at different locations in Indiana. Ms. Vogler is admitted to the State Bar of Indiana and is a member of the State Bar Association.