Welcome to the Ann Smith Law Office! My goal is to help you and your family enjoy the peace of mind that comes with planning for the future. Please let me know how I can help you by filling out the contact form or giving me a call at (317) 721-3535. We’ll schedule a brief phone call for me to learn about your goals and make sure my services are a good fit for you. If they are, we’ll get started on planning that will ensure that your family is secure, even if the worst happens. Family comes first, and I will treat your family like my own.
I graduated cum laude from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University in 2010 and was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 2010, also – right after my first child was born! While in law school, I was a member of the Indiana Law Review and served as its Symposium Editor in 2010. I am nerdy enough to love thinking about taxes and am very proud of the A+ I earned in Professor Jegen’s “Income Taxation” class.
While I enjoy my work as an attorney, my most important roles are as a wife, mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, and friend. My husband, David, and I most enjoy spending time with our two children, Owen and Caroline. We live in the Historic Woodruff Place neighborhood of Indianapolis, where we are slowly renovating an American Foursquare and hanging out with our amazing neighbors. I previously served as President of the Historic Woodruff Place Foundation. Currently, I am a vestry member at Trinity Episcopal Church.. We also enjoy traveling whenever possible, especially to visit family members who live in many different states, including Illinois, Texas, Louisiana, New Jersey, and New Hampshire!
I also have a dual master’s degree in Public Affairs and Philanthropic Studies. Before starting my law practice, I spent 20 years in the nonprofit sector. Please let me know if you want to include charities in your estate planning. I love helping clients find creative ways to support charity through their estate plans! My undergraduate degree is from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Go Heels!