Ann M. O'Hara, Attorney
Ann M. O'Hara joined the firm as an associate in 2005 and became partner in 2009. Ms. O'Hara concentrates her practice in the areas of estate planning and probate administration. Before joining Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim, she was in private practice with Baker & Daniels, and also Bingham McHale. Prior to private practice, Ms. O'Hara was an Inheritance Tax Analyst for the Inheritance Tax Division of the Indiana Department of Revenue and Director/Counsel of the Corporations Division of the Indiana Secretary of State. Ms. O'Hara also served as an adjunct professor in Individual Federal Taxation at Kelly School of Business, Indiana University, and is a graduate of Saint Joseph's College (B.S. 1985) and Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis. (J.D. 1989)
Ms. O'Hara is a member of the Fishers Rotary Club. She volunteers with Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters and the Leukemia Society.
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