Business litigation involves a number of distinct forms of business entities, including sole proprietorships, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
Allen County is one of six sites statewide where Commercial Courts will begin in the summer of 2016.
In order to apply for a Hardship License in Allen County, Indiana, fill out the applicable forms and return them the office of Allen Superior Court Judge David J. Avery.
The Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program seeks to avoid the negative effects of foreclosures by requiring early contact and communications among creditors, their authorized agents, and debtors in hopes of avoiding foreclosures.
Negligence is the failure to use reasonable care. A person is negligent if he or she does something a reasonably careful person would not do, or fails to do something a reasonably careful person would do in the same situation. Find out more about Negligence and Professional Malpractice.
The Probate Division not only supervises the administration of estates, trusts and guardianships, but also handles probate litigation involving trusts, guardianships and estates, including will contests.
The Small Claims Court allows every citizen to bring a lawsuit in an informal manner and does not require a party hire an attorney.
The Workplace Violence Restraining Order Act (“WVROA”) applies to any credible threat of violence in the workplace.