Capper, Tulley & Reimondo

  • Established in 1907
  • Firm Size 6
  • Providing general practice of law to Montgomery and surrounding counties.
  • Peer Reviews

    4.4/5.0 (20)
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    • #4,900 in weekly profile views out of 299,593 total law firms Overall

About this firm

Established in 1907, Capper Tulley & Reimondo has provided residents and businesses of Central and West Central Indiana with sound legal advice and pragmatic solutions to their legal matters. Capper Tulley & Reimondo is a full-service law firm with a diversified practice that encompasses many areas of the law.

Areas of Practice (16)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Civil Litigation
  • Probate Practice
  • Agricultural Law
  • Business Law
  • Litigation
  • Construction Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Real Estate
  • Family Law
  • Municipal Bonds
  • Environmental Law
  • Real Estate Development
  • Planning Law
  • Zoning Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Trial Practice

People (4)

Family Law, General Civil Litigation, Will and Estate Planning, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Workers Compensation

Peer Reviews
4.0/5.0 (5) Reviews
Platinum Client Champion

Probate Law, Real Estate Law, Litigation

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0

Personal Injury Law, Litigation, Family Law, Municipal Law

Peer Reviews
4.1/5.0 (15) Reviews
Gold Client Champion

Young Lawyers Section

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