About

Voyle Glover, Attorney

As an Indiana attorney for over 25 years, I’ve handled a wide array of legal matters, including Federal Civil Rights cases for individuals, companies, and Federal employees.  I have litigated cases against major corporations and against Federal Agencies in Administrative proceedings. I’ve taken wrongful death cases and personal injury cases, successfully achieving substantial results for the clients. I’ve been the Director for the Child Support Division (IV-D) of the Prosecutor’s Office, worked as a Deputy Prosecutor for nearly a dozen years, and currently do contract work as a Forfeiture Attorney for the Lake County Indiana Prosecutor’s Office. I also continue to have a private practice where I do mostly Estate work, which includes the drafting of Wills, Living Wills, Trusts (often called Living Trusts, or Loving Trusts), Probate work, including the probating of an estate, personal injury cases, automobile accident cases, wrongful death,  and Nursing Home litigation. I also do some Title VII discrimination work.

I have a rule I’ve tried to follow now for over 25 years. While I have a secretary, I answer my own calls, set my own appointments, and I return all phone calls as soon as possible. I understand the need for clients to be able to get in touch with their attorney. I’m available by phone during the week or even after hours (if it is an emergency), and 24/7 via email.