Serving the Lafayette area.
1.Reiling Teder & Schrier LLC
250 Main St Ste 601
AttorneysCollection Law AttorneysWills, Trusts & Estate Planning AttorneysBusiness Law Attorneys
2.Mayfield & Brooks
8 N 3rd St
AttorneysGeneral Practice AttorneysBusiness Law AttorneysBankruptcy Law Attorneys
MAYFIELD and BROOKS, LLC, located in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, offers services in the preparation of wills, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trust, health care documents, living wills
3.Michael E. Sum
212 N 5th St
AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysEstate Planning AttorneysDivorce Attorneys
Michael E. Sum is a Lawyer serving Lafayette in General, Civil Trial Practice and Estates cases. With over 30 years in experience Michael E. Sum is an attorney who practices law in the areas of Family
4.Gregg S. Theobald
410 Main St
AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysEstate Planning AttorneysCriminal Law Attorneys
Attorney Gregg Theobald focuses his Lafayette, Indiana, practice on probate and estate planning. As an estate planning and probate lawyer, he helps his clients protect their assets and provide for the
5.Reiling Teder & Schrier LLC
250 Main St Ste 601
AttorneysBankruptcy Law AttorneysAdministrative & Governmental Law AttorneysCorporation & Partnership Law Attorneys
Robert C. Reiling, Jr. Daniel A. Teder James R. Schrier Kevin J. Riley Joshua R. Cook Ryan C. Munden Amanda C. Redick William Bonsignore – Of Counsel
6.Vaughan & Vaughan
AttorneysPersonal Injury Law AttorneysReal Estate AttorneysAccident & Property Damage Attorneys
PO Box 498, 47902
7.Amstutz Harold Attorney
1511 Kossuth St
AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysPersonal Injury Law AttorneysReal Estate Attorneys
Harold Amstutz has been serving Lafayette and Tippecanoe County for several years. Harold specializes in general practice, wills & estates, personal injury, divorce, business, and real estate. With hi
Charles P Dargo Attorney At Law
9151 N 1200 W, Roselawn, IN, 46372
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