Areas We Serve
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving Many Areas
At Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC, we serve Indianapolis residents, as well as individuals who live in various other parts of Indiana. Our Indianapolis bankruptcy attorneys are dedicated to helping debtors explore their options for financial recovery, including the options of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy and other forms of debt relief (such as debt consolidation).
Here are some of the other communities we serve in addition to Indianapolis:
If you live in the any of these areas or other surrounding communities, we advise you to take advantage of our free bankruptcy evaluations. This gives you the opportunity to meet with one of our lawyers to discuss the specific details of your situation and to receive initial legal guidance.
We can inform you of the various benefits that bankruptcy can provide, including possibly put a stop to foreclosures, vehicle repossessions, wage garnishment and other collection efforts by creditors. We can also help you determine which chapter of bankruptcy you qualify for, as well as whether that type of bankruptcy is in your best interests.
There is a great amount of misinformation about this debt relief solution due to the circulation of bankruptcy myths, so it is best to speak with a trained legal professional in order to get the information you need. We also provide general information about debt and bankruptcy on the Bankruptcy 101 page of our website
If you are struggling with overwhelming debt, do not hesitate to get the legal help you need. At Jackson & Oglesby Law LLC, we are committed to helping you better manage your debt so you can get a clean slate. Contact us today!
There are various communities within the state of Indiana that we serve. The city of Indianapolis—the state's capital and largest city—is a major focus area for us, though we also serve a number of communities in the surrounding area.
Indiana is located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes region of the United States. The state has a population of more than 6.5 million residents, according to 2012 estimates. About 14.1% of the state's population lives below the poverty level, though there are also many others with higher incomes in the state who are also undergoing a great amount of financial distress.