My name is Alexander Florian Steciuch and I am a licensed attorney operating in Northwest Indiana. As a lifelong citizen of this area I have a strong personal drive in helping out the citizens of our community, whether it be through proper estate planning for throughout a client's life or helping out with whatever small legal problems that may arise. My legal passion lies in the area of estate planning and areas of elder law. I take strong personal satisfaction in helping people make sure that their wishes are known, respected and carried out by the individuals they trust most in their life in times of incapacity and insecurity.
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
- Landlord Tenant
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Flat fees are charged for almost all estate planning services and traditional legal services. Litigation and consultations are on an hourly basis. I offer flat fee estate planning to its clients. It is my belief that I best serve my clients by offering clearly posted prices for our services ahead of time. There are no extra hourly costs for telephone calls, emails or other communications between the client and the attorney associated with estate planning. If your estate planning needs are not listed here, I will attempt to offer an estimated range of cost for your case. $400.00 Basic Estate Plan Package $600.00 Basic Couple’s Estate Plan $50.00 Last Wishes & Funeral Directive $1,000.00 Revocable Living Trust $1,300.00 Basic Estate Plan Package & Revocable Living Trust $1,500.00 Basic Couple’s Estate Plan Package & Revocable Living Trust Additional Services: In Home/Hospital Visit are available. Price based on distance from office. Emergency Visits and Drafting available. Price negotiable on time constraints. I also offer a variety of other general practice services, the full list of which can be viewed elsewhere. Unless otherwise agreed upon, I will attempt to offer flat fee services instead of an hourly rate.
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- Legal Intern
- Valparaiso University School of Law Mediation Clinic
- Mediated Small Claims Court cases as well as Divorce proceedings.
- Law Clerk
- Gordon Etzler & Associates
- Valparaiso University School of Law
- J.D. (2015) | Law
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Activities: Valpo Law Blog, Teaching Assistant
- Indiana State Bar  # 32772-64
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- Saving Your Family Problems and Heartache: A Guide To Estate Planning , Vibra Health Fair , Indian American Cultural Center
- An Abbreviated Guide To Trusts , 605 Beech Street, Valparaiso, IN 46383
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- Having The Talk: Discussing Estate Planning With Your Loved Ones , 605 Beech Street, Valparaiso, IN 46383
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- Join us to learn how to approach the hard to discuss topic of estate planning with your family members. This topic will cover how to initiate the conversation, how to address the difficult emotional questions and the importance of planning ahead while these conversations can still take place.
- The Basics of Estate Planning , 605 Beech Street, Valparaiso, IN 46383
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- Q. LL gave us a 90 notice to vacate due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Is this legal? They stated that they are being
- A: In Indiana, your landlord cannot remove you from the property without a court order in the form of an eviction. It sounds like your landlord might not actually be the owner of the property, but either a tenant themselves who is subleasing this property to you or they may not have been authorized to rent this property to you in the first place. Consult with a local landlord tenant attorney in your area for legal advice. I'd recommend doing that sooner rather than later if they are threatening eviction.
- Q. Is there any compensation due to the tenant when the landlord terminates the lease after 3 months into a 6 month lease?
- A: There are a very narrow set of circumstances where a landlord could unilaterally terminate the lease, usually owing to destruction of the property due to a natural disaster or fire. If you had a six month lease though, then that is how long the landlord is liable to rent the property to you: six months. Landlords cannot unilaterally end a lease agreement and force you out without an eviction. That said, without reviewing your lease agreement there is no way to give a good answer to this question. It could be the case that the landlord was actually renting to you month to month and they promised you six months verbally. A month to month lease agreement can be not renewed with 30 days notice that the next term is the last term. If that's the case, your landlord may be in the right here. Consult with a local landlord tenant attorney in your area for legal advice.
- Q. My tenants has moved someone in with out notification of any kind is this allowed and can i leagally raise their rent
- A: If your lease agreement does not allow for sub-tenants and the tenants are in violation of your lease agreement you can evict them for being in breach of the lease. It would be best to notify them first in writing that they are violating the terms of the lease agreement and give them their 10 day notice to quit or cure the violation of the lease agreement before going to file for an eviction. Consult with a local landlord/tenant attorney for legal advice.