E. Paige Freitag
Paige graduated from University of Evansville in 1994 and from Maurer School of Law in 1997. After law school, she was a judicial law clerk to The Honorable Edward W. Najam, Jr. of the Indiana Court of Appeals. Early in her legal career, she practiced civil rights law at the ACLU of Indiana and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and spent one year as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Bloomington.
Paige entered private practice in 2006 and began focusing on estate planning and probate. Her practice has expanded to include simple to complex estate plans, all aspects of probate and trust administration, elder law, and guardianships. She also assists clients with long-term care planning, including asset preservation techniques and Medicaid planning, and applications for nursing home and home care services through the Medicaid Aged and Disabled Waiver program. Paige also consults with clients on benefits available through the Veteran’s Administration.
Paige has served in leadership roles as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Chair and Chair of the Elder Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association. She is also a member of the following: National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), both national and Indiana chapters; Probate, Trust and Real Property Section of the Indiana State Bar Association, Monroe County Bar Association; and Hoosier Hills Estate Planning Council.
Paige’s primary goals with her law practice are to provide quality services and establish meaningful relationships with clients and their families. She grew up in Southern Indiana near the Ohio River and has called Bloomington her home for over 20 years. Paige met her husband, Christian, in law school, and they live just east of town with their two adopted labrador retrievers, Lucy Bean and Josie. Paige currently serves on the Board of Middle Way House and serves a pro bono legal counsel for the Brown County Community Foundation.
Erin M. Martoglio
Erin is a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and obtained her BA from Indiana University in 1997, and MA from the University of Chicago in 1999. She then spent ten years working first as an editor and freelance writer, and then as a management consultant, in St. Augustine, Florida. Her consulting work involving planning and implementing complex procurements, contracts, and program management for utilities and government agencies sparked her interest in law, and she graduated magna cum laude from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida in 2012.
Upon graduating, Erin and her family returned to Indiana to be closer to family and to become part of the growing tech community in Bloomington. She began practicing law in 2012 and now focuses her practice on business transactions and formations, contract review and drafting, small business needs, estate planning, estate and trust administration, commercial leasing and real estate. Her favorite aspect of practicing law is helping clients identify creative and effective solutions to their business and personal issues. Her background in consulting and as a co-founder of a small business, helps her take a broad view when considering her clients' legal needs and issues.
Erin is active in the community, serving on the board of the Monroe County Bar Association, the Bloomington Parks Foundation, and First Christian Church. She is also a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and Hoosier Hills Estate Planning Council, and enjoys volunteering for District 10 Pro Bono to provide legal services for those who could otherwise not afford them.
In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband, Chris, their eight-year-old twin daughters, and their boxer dog, Parmesan. She has been an avid runner for over 30 years, having completed multiple marathons and ultra-marathons, but her running goal now is to just keep running into her 90s, just like her late grandmother. She also enjoys yoga, figure skating, gardening and cooking.
Sandy is a lifelong Hoosier, having been born and raised in Frankfort, Indiana. She is a 1976 graduate of Indiana Business College, where she earned an Administrative Secretarial Degree.
Sandy has experience in corporate, civil, and criminal law. She has also gained experience in estate planning and probate administration over the past three years. A great amount of her thirty-plus years experience in the field of law was spent as an Appellate Secretary for the Indiana State Public Defender’s Office.
Sandy is active in Tri Kappa, and Beta Sigma Phi, two service sororities. She is a Past State President for Beta Sigma Phi.
Sandy resides in Worthington, Indiana with her husband, John, where he is the Minister of theWorthington Christian Church. John and Sandy have five children, eleven grandchildren, and a boston terrier, named Celtic, and they love to spend “family time” with all of them. Sandy is an avid reader and enjoys spending time camping with her family.