Huntingburg native opens Lindeman Law LLCSeptember 12, 2013
From local sources
HUNTINGBURG — Casey J. Lindeman has opened Lindeman Law LLC.
He passed the bar exam in February and is working out of his Huntingburg home, with plans to find an office in the city early next year. In the meantime, he meets clients at their homes or in a public location such as a library or coffee shop.
Lindeman graduated cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in January 2013, completing his studies at the Grand Rapids, Mich., campus. He is a member of the Indiana and Evansville bar associations and is in the process of joining the Dubois County Bar Association.
He earned his undergraduate degree in business with a concentration in finance from the University of Evansville in May 2010; he graduated cum laude.
When it comes to the practice of law, he does not have a specialization and works on matters across the legal realm from criminal law to real estate. He hopes to develop his practice into one that handles criminal law, estate planning and family law matters as well as some real estate and business formation matters.
Billing depends on the service provided; some types of work come with a flat rate while others have an hourly charge.
He said his goal “is to keep clients informed in every step of the process, be quick in returning missed phone calls or messages, and try to allow the client to feel involved in this process.”
Lindeman was raised in Huntingburg, where he was active in sports and other activities at Southridge High School and was employed by the city park department. While attending law school in Michigan, he decided he wanted to return home.
“I was fortunate to realize early on that the people I have known all my life are those that I want to help if I can as a lawyer someday,” he said.
Lindeman may be reached at 631-5301 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and at other hours in cases of emergency. His email address is email@example.com.
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