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Introducing McNeelyLaw LLP

Introducing McNeelyLaw LLP

We are pleased to introduce McNeelyLaw LLP. Our Founder, Lee McNeely, began practicing law in 1965. Lee has enjoyed a distinguished career, developing a reputation as a lawyer and mediatior who solves complicated legal questions using a practical approach. Beginning March 1, 2020, Lee will manage a firm of 22 lawyers across 2 offices. “Creating this firm allows us to deliver legal advice in an even more efficient and cost-effective manner. Now that we have multiple offices we decided to focus on what we do best, which is solve legal problems without the high overhead and associated high rates of most firms of our size and expertise,” McNeely stated.

McNeelyLaw is headquartered in Shelbyville, Indiana, where it will occupy a new 8,400 square foot suite in the Intelliplex Plaza. Lee also opened an office in Indianapolis to service the growing number of firm clients there. “Consolidating our business and support staff in Shelbyville allows us to deliver high quality legal services throughout the state, without the larger overhead associated with bigger cities,” McNeely said. “We have a great team of lawyers and handle complicated litigation matters, transactions, appeals, and government work.”

The Indiana Bar Foundation named Lee the 2018 Legendary Lawyer in recognition of his public and community service, as well as his contributions to the legal profession during more than 50 years of practice. He serves as the Founding Partner of the firm. The Shelbyville office is managed by Cindy Bedrick, a lawyer with extensive transactional, real estate, and litigation experience. The Indianapolis office is managed by Paul Jefferson, whose practice focuses on commercial litigation and appeals. Lee continues to serve as mediator and arbitrator.

“I have been fortunate to have an amazing legal career. I am excited to take this next step to incorporate all the best practices I have acquired over my 55 year career.”

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