Riley Bennett Egloff, LLP Attorneys Participate in the Ask A Lawyer Program

On Tuesday, October, 13 2015, Riley Bennett Egloff attorneys will volunteer their time at the Ask A Lawyer program and provide free legal advice as a service to community members in need.

The Ask A Lawyer program is a one-day community event which is sponsored by the Indianapolis Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Foundation, in cooperation with the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library and Indianapolis Public Schools.

Through the Ask a Lawyer program, attorneys reach out into the community to provide both knowledge and compassion. During each Ask a Lawyer event, nearly 100 Indianapolis Bar Association member attorneys go to various Indianapolis Public Library branches and other community sites to provide free legal advice to community residents. Anyone with legal questions can meet with a lawyer and have their questions answered. The topics of discussion range from domestic matters and landlord/tenant issues to probate questions. Volunteers are provided with informational packets designed to guide them through many common questions and issues that have arisen throughout the years. In addition, volunteers are given contact information for other organizations that may provide additional assistance and representation to those in need.

For more information, visit the Indianapolis Bar Association’s website at

Riley Bennett Egloff, LLP providing Answers, Advice and Advocacy to business, government, and not-for-profits.

Riley Bennett Egloff adheres to the philosophy that many legal issues and problems can be avoided by assisting clients in identifying their objectives, evaluating available options in light of the pertinent legal, financial, and political environment, and proactively pursuing the most favorable options to achieve those objectives. For more than three decades, the experience and success in serving a wide variety of clients has positioned the firm well to deliver quality results and service required by them.