Micah is an associate attorney in Mallor Grodner LLP’s private client division, concentrating his practice in estate planning and business law.
As part of the firm’s estate planning practice group, Micah helps clients achieve their goals through comprehensive estate plans that match their stated desires. Whether working to minimize estate taxes, helping to fulfill charitable intentions, or working through complex family dynamics, Micah can provide the insights and assistance needed to create the right estate plan. In addition to working with charitable and planned gift giving, special needs trusts, and minor’s trusts, he also provides counsel and assistance with guardianships and estate and trust administration matters.
As part of the firm’s business practice group, Micah advises and assists clients with the formation of business entities and various corporate issues, including asset sales, acquisitions, contracts, real estate transaction, business succession planning, and general business matters.
Micah received his undergraduate degree from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, and earned his JD from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, in Bloomington, Indiana. In law school, Micah served as Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies and was an Octofinalist in the Sherman Minton Moot Court.
After graduating from law school, Micah completed a one-year judicial clerkship in the Allen Circuit Court in Fort Wayne, Indiana, under the Honorable Thomas J. Felts, the Honorable Craig J. Bobay, and Magistrate John. D. Kitch, III. He was an associate attorney with a Fort Wayne law firm for 4 years, prior to returning to Bloomington and joining Mallor Grodner.
In his free time, Micah enjoys traveling, watching and playing basketball, and spending time with his family.