Client Forms

Our clients are important to us

We want to provide information to you on demand when it is possible. Here, you will find some important forms that you can download, complete, then fax, scan, mail, or bring with you to an appointment.

If it has been more than 5 years since you reviewed your Estate Plan or if there has been a significant change in your life/family, it might be time to chat. The law and how we work with it to do effective planning for our clients evolves over time. New techniques to prepare for long-term care expenses and protect a distribution to a beneficiary – to insulate it from creditors, lawsuits, ex-in-laws, or even their own spending habits – are now available.

To schedule a brief phone review to determine what you might need to do, contact us online or call us at (219) 240-0450

Client Forms Explained

Authorization for Release of information

If you need help with a funding issue and you want us to be able to talk to your financial adviser, bank, or insurance agent, download, print, sign, and send to You can then have your representative call our office and we will answer his or her questions to appropriately fund or link the asset to your trust.

If you established your Estate Plan with Rice & Rice in the last five years, you probably completed this form at your signing. Feel free to submit the form to the right to verify if we have one on file for you.

Authorization to Contact

Client confidentiality is a very important part of the Attorney-Client relationship. However, there are times when you may want someone to be able to speak with us about your plan or for direction to assist you. With this form, you can pre-authorize us to speak to a specific person(s) in order to help serve you. This does not give them permission to change anything or to by-pass your authority as Grantor and Trustee. There are times, e.g., seeking direction about your Estate Plan’s role in seeking nursing home care, that your pre-authorized person could help you by talking to us.

Physicians’ Statement

Your trust-based Estate Plan includes a provision that requires two physicians declaration that you have reached a point of incapacity. While this is not something we want to think about, you have planned to ease the process to appoint a Disability Trustee to take care of you and your things. When it becomes necessary, the Physicians’ Statement is a key component to allow the transition to take place without involving the court.

IRA Trust/Retirement Plan Trust Information Sheet

Many of our clients are diligent savers and/or people that live within their means. As a result, highly appreciated retirement accounts accumulate faster than they are spent down. This may mean a substantial inheritance for your children or other beneficiaries. The IRA Trust provides a highly protective distribution to maximize the protection, appropriate use, and may limit a big tax hit to your beneficiaries.

To properly complete the IRA Trust, funding is essential. This form helps us to start the funding process.

Review Meeting Preparation Form

Future Client Forms

New Client Information Form 

Receive a Discount on Any Plan When You Bring in a Fully Completed Information Sheet.

Get started today by contacting us online or calling (219) 240-0450 for a consultation.

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What sets Us Apart
  • Focused On Elder Law

    At Rice & Rice Attorneys, our primary focus is on caring for your family. Estate Planning, Probate, and Elder Law are all we do, and we offer reasonable rates.

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    Our firm is based on the principles of our faith and the importance of family.

  • 50 Years of Experience

    Since 1972, Rice & Rice Attorneys have been serving this area and we are deeply rooted in our community.

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