Today’s progressive businesses must contend with a shifting economic landscape. Sometimes the changes are erratic, especially when vendors and contractors fall short of their financial obligations. Compliance with the frequent updates in laws and regulations can make the balancing act tougher. Working with an experienced lawyer reduces the time it takes to address the matter and implement an effective remedy.
I am attorney Doug Adelsperger. I have been resolving complex legal issues through negotiation, civil mediation, and litigation in Indiana for more than 30 years. As a litigator, state court receiver and a registered civil law mediator, I also have certification from the American Board of Certification for bankruptcy law. In addition, I have been appointed as a panel Chapter 7 trustee for South Bend cases, and am a pool subchapter V trustee in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.
I am proud to have built my firm, Adelsperger Law Offices, LLC, by serving businesses, attorneys, and courts. Read more about my professional experience and the courts I am licensed to practice before by following this link:
Peer-Rated, Seasoned Legal Representation
When my clients engage my legal services, they find an attorney who develops a custom-tailored approach for the matter at hand. I help my business and commercial clients with concerns involving:
- Insolvency law
- Debtor or creditor rights
- Litigation or mediation for commercial disputes
These legal areas are frequently entangled with formidable challenges that require refined knowledge and experience for prompt resolutions.
My legal peers have acknowledged my commitment to excellence and my client-focused services by nominating me for inclusion in the Super Lawyers list of top rated Indiana bankruptcy attorneys from 2007-2022. Less than 5% of the state’s bankruptcy lawyers receive this accolade.
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With offices in South Bend and Wolcottville, Adelsperger Law Offices, LLC, is a debt relief agency. I help businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.