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MASSILLAMANY & JETER LLP MAKES PLANS TO EXPAND

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 2, 2015 Main: (317) 432-3443 [email protected]   MASSILLAMANY & JETER LLP MAKES PLANS TO EXPAND Fishers Based Law Firm Accepting Resumes   (Fishers, IN) – Just barely six months into its existence, Fishers’ newest law firm is already...
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Glow in the Park-Fishers, Indiana

Mario Massillamany and Chris Jeter, of the law firm Massillamany & Jeter LLP,  are partnering with the City of Fishers to host Glow in the Park in the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 8:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m..  It is a FREE event for...
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Indiana Tax Amnesty-

Mario Massillamany, a founding partner of Massillamany & Jeter LLP, is a corporate lawyer that has helped countless small businesses with their legal needs. Between September 15, 2015 and November 16, 2015, Indiana is offering a limited time opportunity for businesses and...
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Beware: DUI Checkpoints for Brickyard Weekend

          Mario Massillamany, a cofounder of Massillamany & Jeter LLP, is a former Hamilton and Marion County Prosecutor with over 10 years of criminal law experience, in public and private practice, having handled some of the most high profile cases in the State of Indiana. ...
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SEXUAL ASSAULT LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST SOUTHERN HANCOCK COUNTY SCHOOLS AND FORMER TEACHER BY MASSILLAMANY & JETER LLP

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                   Main: (317) 432-3443 July 20, 2015                                                                                                  [email protected]       SEXUAL...
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MASSILLAMANY & JETER LLP WELCOMES BRITTANY LEWIN AND ROBERT MILLER AS ITS FIRST CLASS OF SUMMER INTERNS

(Fishers, IN) – Brittany Lewin and Robert Miller have joined Massillamany & Jeter LLP as the firm’s first summer interns. Both interns just competed their first year of law school at Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law in downtown Indianapolis. Ms. Lewin,...
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Arrested at the Indy 500! How do I bond out?

If you are going to be attending the Indy 500, then it might be useful to know how to bond out of jail if you get in any legal trouble during the festivities. Most people know that a bond is some sort of monetary payment used to be released from jail while a person is awaiting...
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Can I prevent my ex-spouse from moving with my children?

Indiana’s Relocation Laws of Custodial Parent Can I prevent my ex-spouse (custodial parent) from moving with my children? If you object, your ex-spouse will have to get the Court’s approval to take the children with them. Relocation Statute Indiana Code § 31-17-2.2 Requires the...
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5 Common Legal Pitfalls of Small Businesses

For new small businesses, cash is king and keeping overhead low is an entrepreneur’s cardinal rule. As a result, small business owners often forego the advice and assistance of lawyers. Many small businesses falter due to early and avoidable missteps associated with not seeking...
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Starting Simple: Do I Need a Will?

If you don’t have a will, most states presume that you want your estate to go to your next of kin.  Your next of kin is usually defined as your spouse.  Therefore, all of your possessions would go to your spouse if you died without a valid will (called,...
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