Attorney Jessica Pasztor
Attorney Jessica Pasztor is a founding member of Pasztor & Coe LLC. She graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2011 with her Juris Doctorate, and then went to receive her Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2012.
Attorney Pasztor is licensed to practice law in the states of Illinois and Indiana, in both the state and federal courts of each jurisdiction.
As a Master in Taxation, Attorney Pasztor is familiar with the rules and regulations of the United States Internal Revenue Code and with the procedures of the Internal Revenue Service. By using that knowledge and experience she is able to not only help the clients of Pasztor & Coe LLC with tax disputes, but also structure estate plans so as to protect as much of the assets of an estate as possible, be that in a trust, will, power of attorney, or any other of the many methods available for an individual, or through structural planning for a corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, or limited liability company.
Attorney Pasztor is a lifelong resident of Indiana. Originally from the northwestern region of the State near the border with Chicago, she went to school on both sides of the border at The University of Illinois, Valparaiso University School of Law, and Chicago Kent College of Law. Now, as a mother of two and a supremely qualified attorney, she has set her roots in Westfield where she plans to remain with her family in this growing and exciting community.
Attorney Pasztor is well versed in several complex legal arenas including:
Taxation (Dispute Resolution and Tax Planning)
Estate Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, and Living Wills)
Business Structuring and Planning (S Corps, C Corps, Partnerships, Sole Proprietorships, and Limited Liability Companies, etc.)
Business Operations (Service contracts, equipment and property leases, inventory purchasing)
Contracts (Contract Disputes and Contract Formation)
Attorney Timothy Coe
Attorney Timothy Coe is a founding member of Pasztor & Coe LLC. He graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law with his Juris Doctorate in 2011. After graduating from law school, and passing the Indiana bar exam, Attorney Coe went to work for a small firm in northwest Indiana where he expanded the practice of that office to include matters of criminal record expungement, consumer protection, family law, real and personal property disputes, landlord and tenant disputes, estate planning, probate, and property damage litigation.
Attorney Coe is licensed to practice law in the courts of the State of Indiana. He is also a notary public for the convenience of the clients of Pasztor & Coe LLC.
From his experience growing the practice of a small town firm in northwest Indiana, Attorney Coe gained an education beyond that of a mere Juris Doctor, and learned how to be engaged in one's community. There he took part in his local bar associations and volunteered with various charities within the community.
Mr. Coe is a graduate of Noblesville High School, and his family still lives in Hamilton County. He was very happy to be returning to the central Indiana area to continue to take part in and help the community grow and prosper, as well as raise his own family in the community. Mr. Coe is also a Notary Public for the convenience of the clients of Pasztor & Coe LLC, or any member of the community who is in need of such services.
Attorney Coe is experienced in many areas of the legal practice including:
Divorce, Family, Child Custody and Support (Including Guardianships, and Conservators)
Real Property (Tax Purchases, Quiet Title, and Boundary Disputes)
Personal Property (Damage to Property, and Conversion)
Criminal Record Expungement (Expungement and Sealing of Criminal Records)
Defamation (Traditionally Libel and Slander)
Consumer Protection (Debt Collection Defense, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and Fair Credit Reporting Act)
Contracts (Contract Formation and Disputes)
Estate Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Medical Directives)
Employment Law (Employee Handbooks and Contracts, Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, Pregnancy Discrimination, and Americans with Disabilities Act)
Business Operations (Employee relations, Property leases)
Collections (Past due invoices, collecting money owed, and defense)
Landlord/Tenant (Eviction, quiet title, Leasing)
Small Claims (Property damage, collections, and most cases involving less than $6,000.00 in damages)