About Our Firm

The Indiana law firm of Allen Wellman McNew Harvey, LLP, is celebrating 100 years of representing individuals, families and businesses in a wide range of legal matters. Established in 1918, we have deep ties to our community and we have effectively represented generations of Indiana residents in the areas of family law, personal injury, business law, estate planning, criminal defense and other legal areas. Our continuity as a firm has resulted in a long-standing tradition of excellence in a broad range of legal matters.

Thorough Preparation And Personal Service You Can Depend On For Results

We understand that any legal challenge can be stressful for our clients. Our approach to the law is your advantage in not only reducing that stress, but in obtaining the most favorable outcome possible. You deserve to be represented by a lawyer who will take the time to know every aspect of your legal problem. We believe that the key to achieving results begins with thorough preparation. We are driven to preparing every case for trial from square one to help ensure that your legal position will be strong every step of the way.

Allen Wellman McNew Harvey, LLP, is an innovative law firm with offices in Greenfield and New Palestine. We also frequently meet clients in Indianapolis, by appointment. We are a full-service legal resource that is structured to provide the responsiveness and agility of a boutique law firm. While we offer a broad range of legal services, our attorneys each focus on three or four key areas to provide you with deep knowledge of the law and high-caliber legal counsel. Our thorough preparation and tenacious advocacy are clear strengths of the firm.

Meet Our Attorneys

Please follow the links below to learn more about the experience and accomplishments of each of our lawyers.

To request an in-depth consultation to discuss your legal matter with a seasoned lawyer, send us an email using the online form or call 317-468-2365 or 866-958-6354 toll free.

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