Haller & Colvin PC


Haller & Colvin PC

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Charles J. Heiny

Mental Health, Corporate, Business Organization, Administrative Law

Charles J. Heiny began his legal practice in 1990. Prior to beginning his legal career, Mr. Heiny worked in Fort Wayne as a tax consultant for a natio... (more)

Holly A. Brady

Litigation, Estate Planning, Employment Discrimination, Corporate

Holly Brady was admitted to practice in Indiana in 1994. Her practice focuses on employment law. She represents clients in matters involving employmen... (more)

J. Spencer Feighner

Corporate, Civil Rights, Litigation, Personal Injury

Spencer Feighner began practicing law in 2007. He is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana, and in Federal Court in the Northern and Southern D... (more)

Jeffrey S. Gotsch

Affirmative Action, Americans with Disabilities Act , Business Successions, Business Organization

Jeff Gotsch began practicing law in 2009. He is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana, and in Federal Court in the Northern and Southern Distri... (more)

Mark C. Chambers

Complex Litigation, Family Law, Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy

Mark Chambers has practiced law in Fort Wayne since 1975. Mr. Chambers represents many Allen County businesses, including Nucor Corporation and its va... (more)

Martin E. Seifert

Real Estate, Corporate, Credit & Debt, Bankruptcy

Martin E. Seifert began practicing law in Fort Wayne in 1992, initially focusing his practice in the areas of creditors' rights, bankruptcy law, and c... (more)

Stephen E. Lewis

Bankruptcy, Corporate, Business Organization, Estate Planning

Stephen E. Lewis has practiced law since 1969. Mr. Lewis represents individuals, small businesses, and larger corporate clients in a variety of legal ... (more)

Suzanne M. Wagner

Criminal, Estate, Divorce & Family Law, Lawsuit & Dispute

Suzanne M. Wagner began her legal practice in 1988, specializing in the area of family law, including dissolution of marriage, modification of child c... (more)

Vincent J. Heiny

Estate Planning, Environmental Law, Corporate, Business Organization

Vincent J. Heiny began practicing law in 1976 and is a life long resident of Fort Wayne. Mr. Heiny’s legal career regularly involves the represe... (more)

John O. Feighner

Employment, Civil Rights, Corporate, Business Organization

John O. Feighner has practiced law since 1976. An experienced civil trial lawyer, he has been a certified civil trial advocate by the National Board o... (more)

Mark E. GiaQuinta

Government Contract, Election & Political, Corporate, Business Organization

Mr. GiaQuinta began his legal practice in 1979. As a lifelong resident of Fort Wayne, he has a long history of community involvement, including four t... (more)

Melanie L. Farr

Construction, Complex Litigation, Civil Rights, Collection

Melanie Farr began practicing law in 1998. She is licensed to practice in both Indiana and Ohio, after graduating magna cum laude from the University ... (more)

Robert W. Eherenman

Land Use & Zoning, Corporate, Contract, Business Organization

Robert Eherenman began practicing law in Fort Wayne in 1992, focusing his practice in the area of land use law, including zoning permits, rezoning, an... (more)

Robert W. Haller

Corporate, Business Organization, Estate Administration, Estate Planning

Robert W. Haller started his legal practice in 1954, and is among the area’s most respected attorneys, specializing in general business and corp... (more)

Sherrill Wm. Colvin

Litigation, Employment, Contract, Personal Injury

Sherrill Wm. Colvin has practiced law in Fort Wayne since 1965. He is an active trial lawyer with a broad background of trial experience in many court... (more)

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Haller & Colvin PC
444 East Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802


444 East Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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