Top Mount Vernon Administrative Lawyers - Indiana

  • 200 East Third Street Bloomington IN 47401 0.0 0.0

    From our law office in Bloomington, Indiana, the attorneys at Slotegraaf Niehoff PC serve a diverse range of clients throughout Monroe County and the surrounding areas of the greater Indianapolis metro region who have serious, complex and pressing legal matters involving: Estate planning, trusts, asset protection and elder law Probate and estate administration Family law, including divorce and...

  • 199 N. Main St. Franklin IN 46131 0.0 0.0

    At Dillon Legal Group, we provide vigorous criminal law defense from our Franklin, Indiana, law office. As a prior public defender in Indiana, our lead attorney brings experience in cases involving drug possession, DUI, theft and murder to his current clients to provide them the strongest possible defense. We represent people from Johnson County and surrounding areas, but many clients also come...

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