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Troy Tyson was very different than most attorneys that forget there clients until it’s time to give the 5 min of there time that necessary. With me he was always responsive to whatever I needed and available to answer any questions I had before and after the work was finished
He was the best attorney I have ever worked with.. Super nice and friendly. Took care of every question.
It was a pleasure working with Atty Aftin Brown, easy to contact, very professional, worked hard and diligently on my case with an good outcome.
Hollingsworth & Zivitz Attorneys at Law's team works to make going through divorce and other legal issues a less stressful experience. Collectively, they have several decades of combined experience in negotiating and litigating a wide variety of issues. The firm is focused on treating clients in an empathetic and compassionate manner. Multiple attorneys from the firm have obtained the distinction of being selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers list.
Are you looking for business attorneys for small business owners and entrepreneurs? Joseph and Turow is here to provide innovative, common sense, business-centric solutions to help small businesses and entrepreneurs address their legal needs.
The Indianapolis, IN attorneys of The Law Office of Edgardo Martinez, LLC handle cases involving bankruptcy and Chapter 7, immigration and naturalization, criminal defense, and disability law.
JR & Jill Emerson are Indianapolis attorneys. Their practice includes divorce, family law, personal injury, car accidents and criminal defense. Jill is ranked among the top 100 lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers association.
I am a general practice attorney with experience in matters including: Wills Trusts and estate planning Employment law Real estate law Landlord tenant relations Unemployment hearings Debt resolution Mortgage foreclosure Family law I am focused on excellence and integrity.
I specialize in criminal defense, family law, trial and appeals in Indiana courts or federal court. The main service a lawyer lends to his client is understanding of the legal situation which enables a choice to be made among options. Add to that the least expense needed for the situation. If I accept a case, it is because I want to help the individual client, and there is no other reason.
Severing clients since 1974 with criminal defense including DUI/DWI, drug charges/possession, murder, robbery, domestic charges and many other felony and misdemeanor charges in the courts of Indiana.
Our services include: * estate planning * legacy planning * trust administration and probate * wills * living trusts and healthcare directives * asset protection and business planning * ira and retirement planning * elder law and medicaid services * special needs planning * incapacity planning * family-owned businesses * financial planning
Chris Eskew is a litigator and trial attorney who has years of experience in counseling clients in a wide spectrum of legal practice areas. The legal professionals at Eskew Law LLC have not only a depth and breadth of legal knowledge and experience, but also an unwavering commitment to their clients. Whether pursuing an aggressive courtroom strategy to resolve your criminal, family law or personal injury case, or employing a negotiation approach to solving your case, Eskew Law LLC can field the right skills for you.
Attorney Carl Lamb and Associates is a civil and criminal law firm. Senior Attorney Carl Lamb has 30 years of legal experience through the state of Indiana. Our practice represents clients in all areas of criminal defense (misdemeanor and felony cases). We do jury trials (civil and criminal). We do child custody, divorce, and all areas of family law. We help clients with all areas of civil law, including complex civil litigation, as well as represent clients in chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy cases.
David was admitted to practice law throughout the state of Indiana in 1998. As a general practice lawyer, he has experience in both criminal and civil law. David practiced law for over 14 years and built a successful private practice before serving as a judicial officer in Marion County, Indiana for 3.5 years. As a judicial officer, David was assigned to the Arrestee Processing Center (APC) and major felony drug court where he focused his efforts on problem solving and reducing recidivism through offender education efforts. Returning to private practice in October, 2016, David expects to incorporate the lessons he learned from the judiciary in assessing the strengths and weaknesses of his client’s cases. David has major felony trial experience and appellate advocacy experience. While many lawyers will spend an entire career and never have the opportunity to argue before the Indiana Supreme Court, David has done so three (3) times. Those decisions have helped shape Indiana law in the areas of Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated and Habitual Traffic Violator offenses. In 2013, David retired as a field grade officer in the U.S. Army Reserves after serving for 25 years. Originally enlisting as a private out of high school in 1988 David was later commissioned through ROTC as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police and completed the U.S. Army’s Airborne school. David served as a commander of the 384th MP HHC in Fort Wayne, IN, before transferring to the Judge Advocates General (JAG) Corps in 2000 where he served the remainder of his Army career as a military lawyer. In 2003, David deployed to Iraq as a JAG officer with the 800th Military Police Battalion in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was assigned to the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in the Iraqi Ministry of Justice where he served as the “ombudsman” for juvenile and female detainees. David earned the Bronze Start during his deployment for a variety of accomplishments including 1) obtaining a confession from an Iraqi detainee concerning placement of over 500 anti-tank and personnel mines, 2) successfully negotiating the peaceful displacement of over 1500 squatters from Iraqi government lands, 3) exhibiting the proper care and control over Iraqi detainees and 4) organizing charitable events to better the Iraqi people. Despite being in the middle of a war zone, David made international news when he established an Arabic library in the Al-Karhk Juvenile detention facility and held a charitable event called “Operation Touchdown” in which two Baghdad orphanages were introduced to the sport of American Football with the assistance of the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints franchises. David later renewed the Operation Touchdown theme in 2006 and 2010 raising money for the United Services Organization (USO) and Wounded Warrior Project, respectively. David is also an adjunct professor at IUPUI where he teaches “Substantive Criminal Law” for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Additionally, David has presented classes to fellow members of the Indiana bar and judges on the “Military Aspects of Divorce in Indiana” and the “Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act”. In the military, David instructed multiple military units on topics such as “Federal Ethics”, “Code of Conduct”, “Law of War”, “Rules of Engagement” and “General Orders in a Combat Theater”. Although born and raised in Michigan, David has lived in the Indianapolis area since 1994. He graduated with an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice with minors in Political Science and Military Science from Western Michigan University in 1992. After completing his initial military obligations, David moved to Indianapolis to obtain his law degree at Indiana University – McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, Indiana. David graduated from law school in 1998 and was admitted to the Indiana State Bar after passing the Bar Exam that same year.
You are not just money; you are family! At The Welke Law Firm, we offer state and federal pre-trial and trial assistance, Indiana rule 1 post-conviction relief assistance, federal habeas corpus assistance, as well as state and federal appellate court assistance at an affordable cost to our clients and their families. We also specialize in bankruptcy as well as family law litigation. In addition, payment plans can be arranged for some of our services. For any criminal law matter, we require a one-time retainer to meet with a client at the facility that he or she is incarcerated. At that time, we discuss your case and options with you before we proceed any further. If you do not have a case, we will tell you of that fact, in an open and forthright manner. Fees have been kept low. Phone calls are returned to your family members. We pride ourselves on answering all correspondence from you as soon as reasonably possible. Who are we? Brent Welke has been an attorney since 1974, and is a minister with a M.Div. from Regent University. Brent recently came out of retirement to found The Welke Law Firm, after he realized a profound need existed for a street law firm based upon Christian principles to assist the men and women who are the unwelcome guests of the Indiana Department of Correction. Brent has been repulsed by what he has heard from incarcerated men and women, in relation to their treatment by their attorneys, and how their family members have been likewise treated with disdain. Therefore, Brent has dedicated The Welke Law Firm to addressing the legal needs of the incarcerated, while treating those men and women, including their family members, by the principle of the golden rule. Joseph G. Everroad, B.S.L., J.D., is a certified criminal law paralegal. Before his pro-se litigated PC-R matter resulted in a reduced sentence, Joseph faced the same plight as your incarcerated loved one currently does, by serving over two-decades of confinement with the Indiana Department of Correction for a crime he did not commit. He wisely utilized his time during his incarceration by earning five college degrees, including a very rare B.S.L. degree concentrated in criminal law. Joseph's resume as a long-time certified criminal law paralegal includes numerous state and federal appellate court successes, many of which have set precedent, and he has been twice honored as paralegal of the year for his work, assisting various criminal defense attorneys throughout the United States. What Joseph considers his greatest accomplishment to date resulted in an innocent man being released from Alabama's death row. Of even greater significance, Joseph has dedicated his life to assisting the men and women who are facing the same plight as he once did, while honoring the promises that he had made to his legal mentor, Dan Toomey, before his untimely passing from cancer.