Indianapolis Commercial Lending Lawyers
Our Legal Team
Kevin A. Morrissey
Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana Commercial Lending Attorneys
At Lewis & Kappes, our business attorneys assist lenders and business owners with loan closings, small-business loans and commercial financing transactions in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana. Our commercial lending practice represents small-business owners, investors, state and national banks, and other lenders in commercial loan transactions.
Our experienced commercial lending attorneys offer efficient handling of SBA loans, conventional loan closings and other financial transactions from offices in downtown Indianapolis and the Detroit metro area. Lewis & Kappes also provides guidance and representation to financial institutions on matters of compliance with regulatory standards and procedures. For effective representation in a commercial financing matter, call or e-mail our attorneys.
SBA Loans and Business Loan Services
At Lewis & Kappes, our commercial lending practice provides experienced representation for both SBA loans (Small Business Administration) and business loan services . Regardless of the size of your loan, we can provide you with effective assistance throughout any phase of the process.
Commercial Lending Services
In addition, our firm offers a full range of legal services for small-business owners and large commercial enterprises. Our Indianapolis law firm provides a strong voice for clients in a variety of matters, including:
Serving Local, National and International Business Owners
Our Indianapolis commercial lending lawyers provide experienced representation for companies around the world that have business interests in Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois and Ohio. For experienced handling of a business loan, contact our Indianapolis commercial lending attorneys. We serve clients from offices in Indianapolis, IN.
Lewis & Kappes, P.C.
We represent businesses, local governments and individuals throughout Indiana, including Indianapolis, Bloomington, South Bend, Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Gary and Evansville.
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