Martin Barnes/Jeff Cadwell
Indianapolis Lawyers for Indiana
Estate Planning – Social Security – Creditors’ Rights
We know our clients deserve the best possible representation and we deliver exactly that. Expertise and integrity are the guiding principles that characterize the lawyers at Barnes Cadwell Law.
We are an Indiana legal firm that serves their client’s with integrity and skill to help clients obtain social security disability benefits, develop their estate plans and the preparation of wills and trusts, navigate the probate administration process, and protect creditors’ rights. We are sensitive and knowledgeable of the legal and medical challenges faced by the disabled and elderly and emphasize trusts and guardianships for the elderly and disabled.
The Barnes Cadwell staff of legal professionals always put your needs first. Our practice style combines forceful advocacy, the latest legal know-how, and unmatched research and documentation expertise. We maintain the highest ethical standards while representing clients’ rights and interests in litigation to bring about winning results. Progressive standards coupled with aggressive representation of our clients’ rights during litigation allow us to represent clients effectively and deliver winning results with reasonable, competitive legal fees.
In keeping with our practice’s priorities, our office features universal access and accommodations including reserved parking spaces for handicapped clients, exterior ramps, and many other aids. We pay close attention to environmental design, too. Our building and new office equipment and technologies are geared toward energy savings.
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