Top Madison Contracts Lawyers - Indiana

  • Dale & Eke is a law firm located in Indianapolis, Indiana. At Dale & Eke we strive to provide exceptional legal counsel, advocacy and support in a variety of practice areas to help you with virtually any legal challenge that may affect your personal or business endeavors. Our team of dedicated, highly experienced attorneys serves a diverse range of individual and business clients...

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    Attorneys Matt Black and Adam Clay co-founded their Indianapolis law firm, Black Clay LLC, with the shared goal of providing high-quality legal services to both individuals and businesses in Central Indiana. At Black Clay LLC, clients can find representation for their legal needs across a wide range of practice areas, including: Criminal and DUI defense Expungements Family law Divorce and high...

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    The Keuling Law Firm is a client-focused law office providing Tax Law, Business Law, Immigration Law, and Family Law services in Indiana. Eric Keuling is the founding attorney of The Keuling Law Firm, where he practices in the areas of tax law, business law, family law, personal injury law, and immigration law. He is also accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for the...

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  • John K. McDavid, Attorney at Law is capable legal counsel for issues related to estate planning, commercial law and litigation. Our Brownsburg office represents people throughout Central Indiana, including Avon, Indianapolis and Hendricks County. Mr. McDavid has over 25 years of legal experience and a commitment to serving his clients’ best interests. We have a strong working relationship with the...

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  • The firm and its predecessors have been located and practicing law in Hamilton County Indiana since 1931. Located in Noblesville, it provides legal services to clients in Hamilton County and the surrounding counties of Marion, Boone, Tipton, Madison and Hancock. The relationships it maintains with other attorneys throughout the state provides a broad base of legal service to its client needing...

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    At Avnet Law in Noblesville, Indiana, we are fully committed to helping you with all of the serious and complex legal challenges that affect your life and your company the most. To that end, our law firm offers exceptional representation and aggressive advocacy for those dealing with legal issues involving personal injury, criminal law, family law and business litigation. Serving a diverse range...

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  • For nearly 35 years, as an Attorney at Law, I, Bradley J. Salmon, have been advising clients in Evansville, Indiana, on matters related to estate planning, family law, business/corporate law and real estate issues. An advocate of proactive engagement, my wide array of legal knowledge allows me to develop legal strategies that address immediate concerns and anticipate future conflicts. Maintaining...

  • Attorneys Andrew Carnall, Colin Z. Andrews and David G. Crell are the partners behind our Bluffton law firm, Andrews & Crell, PC At the firm, our three experienced lawyers dedicate their practices to protecting the rights of injured victims and representing the interests of those facing delicate family law challenges. Clients from throughout northeastern Indiana know they can trust us during...

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    At Withered Burns, LLP, we are determined to help our clients achieve legal results that matter. We assist individuals, families and business professionals in Lafayette, Indiana and throughout the surrounding Tippecanoe County area in personal injury, wrongful death, car accidents, workers' compensation, business, real estate, wills, trusts, and estate planning.  Our Lafayette law firm...

Need help drafting or enforcing a Contract?

You've come to the right place. Whether you are a small business, large company, or individual, a contracts lawyer can help.

Contracts lawyers draft, negotiate, and execute legally-enforceable agreements -- like business contracts and independent contractor agreements. Contracts lawyers also assist with contract disputes such as breach of contract.

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