Since 1918, our full-service law firm has been getting results for our clients. We can do the same for you.
A full-service law firm
serving clients throughout central Indiana since 1918.
Legal Services That Get Results
We are a full-service law firm with deep roots in the community. Founded in 1918, Allen Wellman McNew Harvey, LLP, provides exceptional legal representation.
We provide representation in a diverse range of practice areas. Each attorney focuses on a subset of our overall services. The result is deep knowledge, effective legal counsel and exceptional personal service in each area we serve.
Our comprehensive approach to the law is a vital asset for our clients as many legal problems are not confined to a single practice area.
Why People Trust Us
For more than 100 years, clients have placed their trust in us. Why do individuals, families and business owners turn to our lawyers?
- Our devotion to client service. We are a client-centered firm that is dedicated to serving our clients. We will listen. We will learn your goals and concerns. Then we will craft a legal strategy that fits your needs.
- Clear communication. You will be well-informed of both your legal options and the status of your case every step of the way.
- We are always prepared. Whether it’s a deposition, a negotiation or a court appearance, our attorneys take pride in being prepared and ready for anything.
There have been countless changes since we opened our doors in 1918, but our core principles have stood the test of time.
What You Can Expect From Us
Our lawyers roll up their sleeves each day and work hard for our clients.
From family law to estate planning and probate matters, you will have a compassionate lawyer who cares about your family. Our comprehensive injury practice includes fighting for clients in personal injury and Social Security Disability Insurance matters.
In our goal-oriented business law practice, we represent businesses, individuals, partners, officers, stakeholders, and others. We also help individuals and families gain a fresh start through bankruptcy when debt becomes unmanageable.