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Bowers, Brewer, Garrett
& Wiley LLP - Firm Profile


Bowers, Brewer, Garrett
& Wiley LLP 
Size of Organization: 5
Year Established: 1899
Main Office: Huntington, Indiana

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Since 1899, we have served the residents of Huntington County and all of northeast Indiana. Our practice philosophy revolves around three points: loyalty, efficiency, and professionalism. We are loyal in that we strive to be practical problem solvers and reliable advise givers to our clients based on their particular needs. We are honored that many of our clients and their families return to us several times. We are efficient in that our approach to practice is to identify all options for our clients but to propose the most affordable solution that accomplishes our clients' goals. While we put our clients' needs first, we are "professional" because we try to do things the "right way", following the Golden Rule in all matters of our professional and personal lives.

All of our attorneys are first and foremost general practitioners, meaning we are prepared to advise and represent affordably individuals, businesses, and government agencies in most legal problems. We take this approach so that our clients can have their legal needs met at one place by someone who understands the "big picture".

Outside of our general practice, each of attorneys also develops skill in one or more areas of the law. Some of our specific practice areas are estate administration, estate planning (such as wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care representative), family law (such as adoption, guardianship, custody, divorce, child support), personal injury, civil and criminal litigation, and appeals.

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Corporate Law; Business Law; Probate; Estate Planning; Litigation; Family Law; Domestic Relations; Real Estate; Taxation; Criminal Law; School Law; Municipal Law; Administrative Law; Agricultural Law; Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Asset Protection; Asset Recovery; Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Chapter 7; Bankruptcy Chapter 13; Business Associations Law; Business Litigation; Business Organization; Business Start-Ups; Children; Adoption Law; Child Abuse and Neglect; Child Custody; Child Protection; Child Support; Grandparents Custody; Grandparents Visitation Rights; Juvenile Criminal Law; Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Law; Parenting Time; Private Adoptions; Step Parent Adoptions; Termination of Parental Rights; Third Party Custody; Visitation Rights; Federal Civil Practice; Civil Practice; Collaborative Family Law; Collections; Commercial Collections; Post Judgment Collections; Professional Collections; Retail Collections; Secured Collections; Unsecured Collections; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Contracts; Breach of Contract; Commercial Contracts; Contract Fraud; Contract Litigation; Conveyancing.