Christopher Jeter

Founding Partner

Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP in Fishers, IN

Chris started his career as a Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG) Officer, then worked for a large national firm, Barnes & Thornburg.  In 2015, he founded Massillamany Jeter & Carson, to create a very family-oriented, local firm serving the state of Indiana.  The firm has many practice areas, but Chris specializes in Estate Planning and Probate.  He is able to really focus on helping families through various difficult times in their lives and providing much-needed guidance and support.


19 years


Probate- handling an estate after a loved one has passed
Estate Planning- including Trusts

Licenses / Certifications

Bar License- Indiana, District of Columbia, U.S. Supreme Court


Juris Doctor degree from the George Washington University Law School

What inspired you to get into this line of work?

I have always been very passionate about estate planning and probate.  I get such satisfaction being able to really have an impact on an entire family, ensuring their loved ones are adequately taken care of and planned for. 

What's one piece of insight you wish all families knew?

I know how daunting and overwhelming it is to start estate planning.  It's so easy to procrastinate- but it's one of the MOST important steps to take care of your family.  We make the process as easy as possible, and I promise, it's less painful than you might think.  Just take that first step.

What excites you most about working with Addio families?

I am excited to work with Addio families, because I know that they are really focusing on their family.  Obviously if you are here, getting the process started, you realize how important it is.  I am thrilled to help in that process.

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