Dale, Huffman & Babcock

Our attorneys and experienced staff continue our rich tradition of serving our community, with services now extending throughout Northeast Indiana.

Our practice focuses on people, not just the law. We are passionate about serving you, your family, and your business with a comprehensive legal perspective. Let us help answer your legal challenges with a solution that is comprised of equal parts excellence, integrity, and compassion. That’s Dale Huffman & Babcock.

No two clients share the exact same vision or challenge. We don’t have a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach to our legal services. We adapt our approach to service the unique needs of your family or business. Let us help you plan for the future with the tools and knowledge to tackle any situation.

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Our team of attorneys often speaks to groups of varying sizes. If you or your organization are interested in having our attorneys speak to you on any one of a variety of topics, please contact our marketing team at events@dhblaw.com.
  • What is the Medicare Premium Surcharge, and How Do I Avoid It?
    What is the Medicare Premium Surcharge, and How Do I Avoid It? Upon turning age 65, most people qualify for Medicare Parts A, B and D. We generally recommend that our clients select traditional Medicare and not the Medicare Advantage program (more on this next month). We tell our clients […]
  • April Advice: New Funeral Assistance Program
    FEMA announces a new program April 12, 2021, Covid-19 Funeral Assistance  COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Line Number Applications begin on April 12, 2021 Phone: 844-684-6333  Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern Time To see if you can get help with paying for the cost of […]
  • Top Five Tips for your Stimulus Check:
    Top Five Tips for your Stimulus Check: Stimulus Checks and Medicaid: Medicaid has taken the position that the stimulus checks received in 2020 and 2021 will not disqualify people from Medicaid.  Any funds received via stimulus checks do not count as a resource for a full year and can be […]