When Conrad Legal LLC opened its doors, my goal was simple: help people in the Indianapolis area solve their bill problems through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief. I’m now broadening the scope of that mission by offering the same services to Hoosiers living in the Terre Haute Division of the Southern District of Indiana.
As a result, Conrad Legal LLC now serves 35 of Indiana’s 92 counties. This territory covers almost all of central Indiana, as well as some counties in the southern part of the state.
Our expansion means that if you live in Terre Haute, Bloomfield, Vincennes, Spencer, Greencastle — or anywhere else in one of the counties listed below — I can help you get out of debt and get a fresh start.
Terre Haute Division Counties
The counties that make up the Terre Haute Division are:
If you’re a resident of one of the above counties, then your bankruptcy petition will be filed in the Terre Haute Division. When you have your quick meeting with the bankruptcy trustee, I’ll meet you at the Terre Haute federal courthouse, which is located downtown at 921 Ohio Street. Similarly, in the unlikely event that you’ll need to attend a hearing before the judge, it will take place at the same location, and I’ll be there to represent you.
Virtual Consultations Now Available
While you’re welcome to come to my office in downtown Indianapolis for your free, no-obligation consultation, I understand that can be difficult if you don’t live nearby. And even if you’re here in the Circle City, maybe you’d simply prefer to meet with me without leaving home.
So, with the help of modern technology, I’m now offering “virtual consultations” through video calls. All you need is a computer or mobile device equipped with Skype or Apple’s FaceTime. If you prefer a different video conference program, just let me know, and I’ll do my best to accommodate.
Update: December 16, 2016
I’ve enjoyed practicing in the Terre Haute Division during the past two years. It’s a nice change of pace from the Indianapolis federal courthouse. But as my practice continues to grow here in the Indianapolis Division, we’ve made the difficult decision to suspend indefinitely accepting new cases from the Terre Haute Division. We may revisit this in the future, and if so, we’ll announce it here on this blog or elsewhere on our website.
For current clients in the Terre Haute Division, whether you’ve merely retained me or already have a pending bankruptcy case, please rest assured that nothing will change for you. I’m still your lawyer, and I finish what I start.