Brian A. Eagle
Brian A. Eagle is a nationally recognized attorney, educator, author, and wealth strategy consultant. He is a member of the WealthCounsel and an Instructor at the InKnowVision Institute. Together with his colleagues he is a co-author of the highly acclaimed books, Legacy, Plan, Protect & Preserve Your Estate, 1996, Esperti Peterson Institute, Generations, 1998, Esperti Peterson Institute, Strictly Business – Planning Strategies for Privately Owned Businesses, 2002, Quantum Press, and Estate Planning Strategies, Collective Wisdom Proven Techniques, 2009, Wealth Builders Press, LLC. In addition, he has also published numerous articles as well as lectured on various topics, including ESOPs, business, tax, and estate planning.
Brian is a graduate of Indiana University (B.S., Accounting, 1986) and Hofstra University (J.D., 1990). He is admitted to practice in the states of New York, Connecticut, and Indiana. Brian is the Indianapolis, Indiana founder and managing attorney of the law firm, Eagle & Fein. He is cofounder of both Legacy Administration Services, LLC, a company focusing on estate planning administration and Connect2A.com, LLC, an application service for accountants, attorneys, and financial professionals. Brian passed the Certified Public Accountant Examination in 1988. He is a member of the Indianapolis, Indiana State, and American Bar Associations.
From 2010-2013 Brian has been recognized in the Indianapolis Monthly Magazine as a Top Scoring Wealth Manager for Highest Overall Satisfaction.
In 2001, Brian served as an Adjunct Professor of The Academy of Multidisciplinary Practice at Michigan State University.
In November 2000, Brian received the Professional Partners in Philanthropy Award from the Central Indiana Community Foundation, in recognition of his service to the foundation.
Brian served as student manager of the Indiana University Men’s Soccer Team from 1983-1986. In 1996, he received The Jerry Yeagley Lifetime Achievement Award and the Indiana Youth Soccer Association Presidents Award for outstanding contribution to youth soccer in Indiana.
Brian resides in Fishers, Indiana with his wife, Kellie, and his son, Zachary.