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Indianapolis attorneys to provide free legal advice to furloughed workers

Posted: 6:05 PM, Jan 17, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-17 18:06:10-05

INDIANAPOLIS — A variety of problems can arise when you don't receive a steady paycheck. With this, the government shutdown presents a variety of legal issues for furloughed workers.

Indianapolis Bar Association will be offering those impacted by the government shutdown free visits with an attorney, at no charge, on Tuesday, January 22.

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., furloughed workers in the Indianapolis area can speak directly to attorneys about issues such as, landlord/tenant, bankruptcy, mortgage, debtors rights and child support issues, which may be arising due to the shut down.

If workers are not able to make it in to the office during these time, the Indianapolis bar Association is also offering legal advice through the phone, during the aforementioned times.

The office is located at 135 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 1500 in downtown Indianapolis in the BMO Plaza.

For more information, go here .

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