It always seems to us Indiana attorneys in the Zuckerberg bankruptcy law offices that the month of April is a time for change. Some of the change has to do with the ever-evolving tax laws, while others have more to do with what’s going on with the job markets.
After more than twenty-six years in practice as a debt consolidation lawyer offering Indiana bankruptcy services, you’d think by now I’d be used to April bringing changes. And, to a certain extent, I am.
April 2013, however, was a red-letter month, because we moved our Indianapolis bankruptcy law offices into new quarters.
It wasn’t a big move in terms of distance (we’ve gone just a couple blocks north to new space at 429 North Pennsylvania), but it’s a big, wonderful change in terms of having a more comfortable conference room and library in which to serve our clients. When all the Bloomington, Anderson, Richmond, Indianapolis, and Columbus bankruptcy lawyers have meetings, as we do several times each year, there’s much more room to spread out our notes and discussion papers.
Even more important, though, is that our new client meeting spaces are very enclosed and private. Having helped more than 60,000 different individual with individual bankruptcy or small business bankruptcy in Indiana, I've often been told how comforting it can be to talk privately and confidentially with a Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist.
The way I look at it is this: I frequently lecture, both locally and nationally, to other lawyers and to bankruptcy judges. But when you visit 429 North Pennsyvania, I like to be able to focus only on you while offering Indiana bankruptcy help!
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This post was written by Mark Zuckerberg