Get a referral to a pre-screened private attorney in the Indianapolis area who is matched based on the practice area you need!
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Indy Lawyer Finder is a service of the Indianapolis Bar Association. Through Indy Lawyer Finder, the Indianapolis Bar Association is committed to providing the public with a fast, easy tool that takes the stress and anxiety out of finding legal representation in central Indiana.
Indy Lawyer Finder can help you find an Indianapolis-area attorney for various legal needs, from family law (including divorce and custody), criminal law (including DUI and expungements), liability (including auto accidents, medical malpractice, negligence and personal injury), estate planning (wills and trusts), and real estate (including landlord/tenant issues and buying/selling property) to bankruptcy (including debt resolution, collections, Ch. 7 and Ch. 13), civil rights, immigration, school law, appeals and worker's compensation, small business law, employment law and business litigation, among others. Start your search now and find your next Indianapolis lawyer.
All attorneys on Indy Lawyer Finder meet the following criteria:
- Member of the Indianapolis Bar Association.
- Must be in good standing with the Indiana Supreme Court.
- Have taken an oath of integrity and client service.
- Agree to outline their fee arrangement.
Because attorneys on Indy Lawyer Finder are required to meet these criteria, you can be confident that your search will match you with an attorney well-prepared to assist you with your legal issues.
About the Indianapolis Bar Association
Since 1878, the Indianapolis Bar Association has played a significant role in providing for the needs of Indianapolis legal professionals. Founded by former U.S. President Benjamin Harrison and other prominent local lawyers for the education and support of one another, the IndyBar continues with that same core purpose. Today, more than 4,300 lawyers, judges, paralegals and law students are members of this voluntary association.