Ana Carolina is an associate attorney with Stoll Keenon Ogden based in Indianapolis, IN, and has been with the firm since 2022. Highly skilled in the health care practice, Ana Carolina provides comprehensive representation to hospitals and health systems, physician and specialty practice groups, senior living and long-term care providers, and correctional medical providers.
Additionally, Ana Carolina specializes in litigation over trust and estate matters, representing clients through trust contests, reformation-related litigation, challenges to lifetime gifts and property transfers, estate accounting, the management and operation of trust properties, and legal representation for charitable and tax-exempt organizations. Additionally, Ana Carolina represents fiduciaries when the fiduciary is challenged by settlors or beneficiaries, and has extensive experience challenging the execution of wills and defending the validity of wills.
Prior to joining SKO, Ana Carolina was an associate attorney at an Indianapolis-area law firm, where she investigated, reviewed, drafted, and litigated the sealing or expungement of criminal cases and eligible protective orders. Additionally, she drafted various documents, litigated criminal and civil matters, served as an advisor, and prepared clients for Title IX investigator interviews and sexual misconduct complaints and hearings.
Ana Carolina grew up in Carmel, Indiana, and attended Purdue University, where she double majored in linguistics and law & society. She is fluent in French and Portuguese, with the ability to help ensure that the translation of documents is being done accurately during proceedings.
Health Care: Ana Carolina and our team of attorneys provide comprehensive representation to hospitals and health systems, physician and specialty practice groups, senior living and long-term care providers, and correctional medical providers.
Trust and Estate Litigation: Ana Carolina and our team of attorneys represent clients and fiduciaries with a variety of services, including the management of estates and trusts, will and trust contests, reformation lawsuits, challenges to and defenses of inter vivos gifts, the management and operation of trust properties, charitable and exempt organization litigation, and issues related to testamentary capacity, fraud, undue influence.