Lucy A. Khairy

Lucy A. Khairy

Director of Medicaid, VA, & Elder Law Services / Senior Associate Attorney

Lucy A. Khairy focuses her practice on Estate Planning and Elder Law, including Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, guardianships, trust and estate administration and asset protection. She advises aging clients and their adult children on how the proper use of certain estate planning tools may provide eligibility for certain governmental benefits for the aging parents. These benefits can help to pay for home care, an assisted living facility or a nursing home. When a transition to assisted living, a nursing home or living with an adult child becomes necessary, Lucy guides her clients through that transition.

Lucy is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis where she was an Associate Editor of the Indiana Law Review and was a 2003 Recipient of the Norman Lefstein Award for Pro Bono Service. Additionally, she was selected to be the first law student member of the Board of Managers, of the Indianapolis Bar Association and the first law student Co-Chair of the Executive Counsel for the Law Student Division of the Indianapolis Bar Association. She authored “Genetically Modified Organisms and International Trade: Precaution or Protectionism?” in 5 European Journal of Law Reform, 2003.

Lucy is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA); the Indiana State Bar Association Elder Law Section; ElderCounsel, a national organization of Elder Law attorneys; WealthCounsel, a national association of estate planning attorneys and a founding member of the Central Indiana Senior Alliance. She is certified to practice before the Veterans Administration.