Jason C. White, CPWA, JD, AAMS
Attorney, Certified Private Wealth Advisor, Accredited Asset Management Specialist
Jason has been an investment advisor for fifteen years and has helped hundreds of people plan for and achieve their goals for growing, protecting and transferring their wealth. He spent the first part of his career at Edward Jones and Merrill Lynch, and in March of 2009 joined the Trust & Investment Management department of Greenfield Banking Company. He has trained and mentored over 50 financial advisors as they have started their careers. He graduated from the Indiana University School of Law in 1999 and was admitted to the state bar in 2000. He has a B.S. from Indiana University where he graduated with distinction. In 2011, he obtained the prestigious Certified Private Wealth Advisor designation, which will help him further his specialty in estate planning, elder law and wealth management. He is one of only 10 advisors in Indiana to have achieved this rigorous credential. He is active in the community, serving on the board (and past Chairman) of the Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation, and is a past president of the Set A Good Example Foundation. He volunteers weekly at Harris Elementary school helping third graders improve their reading skills. He also volunteers his time delivering Meals on Wheels and officiating and coaching boys and girls youth sports leagues. He lives in Greenfield with his wife Tiffany and their three kids, Tyler, Josie and Andrew and their dogs Flashy and Jingle.
Craig L. Martin, JD
“When people find themselves in a potential financial crisis due to long term care needs and Medicaid, I guide them through the legal process to help avoid and or minimize the negative impact on their lives.”
Craig has built a broad client base over his career. He is a former Deputy Prosecutor with over 17 years of public service for the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department, Shelby County Prosecutors Office, Hancock County Prosecutors Office and as a Criminal Defense Attorney.
Craig joined Dickmann, Reason, Bogigian & White in 2019 and has quickly become an expert in protecting assets and obtaining Medicaid approval, Estate & Future Medicaid Planning, Elder Law, Guardianships, Probate and Criminal Defense as needed. Craig has helped hundreds of clients save assets and obtain approval for Medicaid, and he regularly advises his clients in creating their estate plan, including future Medicaid planning, complicated blended family estate plans, and various other family law challenges.
Craig is also active in professional and community organizations. He has previously served as the Vice President of the Hancock County Bar Association for 2021-2022 and has most recently serves as the President of the Hancock County Bar Association for 2022-2023 and remains an active member. He currently volunteers helping 3rd grade students improve their reading skills at Harris Elementary School.
Born and raised on a family farm just north of Greenfield, Indiana, Craig attended Greenfield Central School Corporation before heading to Vincennes University and Indiana State University for his Associate and Bachelor’s degrees. After college, Craig completed his law degree at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
Craig currently lives in Greenfield, Indiana with family. He enjoys reading about history, geo-political and financial news, travelling, exercising, National Football League, seeing historical sites and experiencing good food.
Medicaid & Asset Protection
Probate Estate and Trust Administration
Elder Law & Guardianship
Trusts- Special Needs, Revocable and Irrevocable
Director of Client Services
Being the Director of Client Services, I am here for our clients! This is not just a title to me. I am passionate about building positive, long-term relationships that enhance our clients’ lives- and in turn, my own. I truly believe in doing what is right for people- regardless of time, effort or financial cost. I strive to live by this scripture- 1 Corinthians 16:14, “Let all that you do be done in love”.
My name is Dan Tutrow and I am the son of Margie and Willie Tutrow (both deceased) who instilled in me from an early age that it is always best to be kind to people. I graduated from Indiana State University in 1995. Between then and 2000, I had a few Sales jobs- which I enjoyed, but due to my competitive nature, led to a lot of stress. I then spent almost 19 years at AT&T where I made many lifelong relationships. In 2003 I joined a local church where I made the most important decision of my life- to live for Christ and not for myself. Doing this has let me release my competitive nature of things and focus more on what really matters- my wife, children and friends. My children both are “Riley Kids”- meaning they have been patients at Riley Children’s Hospital. They both have rare medical conditions which have required multiple brain surgeries, shunts, and other procedures. There is no cure for these conditions; however, we have given that burden to God to carry- and He has given us such peace! My faith and family are top priority for me, and it’s taken me several years to realize that I needed my “job” to be about more than work or money. I then made a difficult decision to leave AT&T just a few years short of being able to retire and begin a new career at Charles Schwab. I met many amazing people there and the company culture renewed my belief that people CAN do good things for others and a business CAN do the right thing and still be successful. Then Jason, the owner of Dynamic Legacy Planning and a longtime friend of mine, reached out to me and offered me a position here with his firm. I am excited to be a part of a company in my hometown who has the intentional goal of bringing joy to the lives of its clients. This is my desire, not only in life but in my career, to help people find joy and peace in their lives. We strive to do this each day, and this helps me to no longer struggle with “job requirements” but to thirst after building positive, meaningful relationships with people in my community.
Prior to college education, Susan was a home health/hospice aide for twenty years. She has a genuine interest in elder care and found Dickmann Reason Bogigian & White to be the perfect place to combine her compassion for the elderly and her passion for law. No two clients are the same. Susan strives to go above and beyond for each client to provide outstanding customer service.
Susan joined the firm in 2018 as a paralegal. Prior to Dickmann Reason Bogigian and White and Dynamic Legacy Planning, she was a paralegal and executive assistant to the CEO at Phoenix Data Corporation. She is a 1994 graduate of Mt. Vernon High School, Fortville, IN and 2014 summa cum laude graduate of Ivy Tech Community College with an Associates of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society.
In her free time, Susan enjoys family activities, maintaining her flower gardens and playing fetch with her dogs. Susan looks forward to holidays and special occasions where she can use her hidden talent for baking sweets and making treats. Her bucket list includes a cross-country train ride to see the county coast to coast. Her biggest accomplishment is her family. Susan is a life-long Hancock County resident and currently lives in Greenfield with her husband, John, and children.
I have an interest in investing myself, so I understand the emotional and financial aspects of wealth management and financial planning. I enjoy being able to work with clients to answer their questions and give them comfort in knowing we are taking excellent care of them!
Client Service Associate
I love interacting with our clients! My role involves phone, email and face to face communication with our clients and is what I enjoy most about being a member of this team. I bring a positive attitude, friendly smile and genuine compassion for each client and their situation.
I work in the background, assisting with processes and workflows to help the tax filing, financial planning and investment process be seamless for our clients.
Robert G. Bogigian, JD
Bob retired from the active practice of law in 2016 after forty-two years. He graduated from Wabash College in 1971, and the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis in1974. He was a deputy prosecutor in Hancock County from 1975 to 1980, and then joined Roger Reason and George P. Dickmann in in the firm of Dickmann, Dickmann and Reason in 1980 as an associate. He became a partner in 1985, and the firm became Dickmann, Reason and Bogigian. Bob has extensive experience in real estate law, business transactions, estate planning, probate administration, contracts and general law. Bob has been active in the Greenfield community throughout his career serving on the county election board and city park board. He is a member and past President of Greenfield Kiwanis and currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Hancock County Community Foundation. Bob is a licensed pilot who enjoys not only flying airplanes, but building them. He resides in Greenfield and loves spending time with his wife Ellen, his three daughters and four grandchildren.
Roger D. Reason, JD
Roger retired as a full time attorney in 2014 (after 42 years in practice), but still serves the firm in an advisory capacity and on a case-by-case basis. He was a member of the first graduating class of Eastern Hancock High School 1965, then went on to obtain his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana State University in 1969. Roger received his law degree in 1972, graduating Cum Laude (with distinction) from the Indiana University School of Law. After serving as a deputy prosecutor in Marion County, Roger began practicing in Greenfield with George P. Dickmann in August 1972. He became a partner in 1976, and the firm’s senior partner in 1985. During his career, he was very active in the community, serving on the Hancock County Election Board over 10 years and the Hancock County Community Foundation over 10 years (Chairman of the Board 2 years). He served as a Board Member of many other Hancock County civic and charitable organizations and established himself as the pre-eminent estate planning and probate administration attorney in the area. In retirement, Roger now splits time between Florida and Hawaii with his wife Beverly. He has one daughter and three grandchildren.