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The Wolf Law Office, LLC

Located in Michigan City, the Wolf Law Office serves the legal needs of individuals and businesses throughout Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan. In order to best serve those needs, the firm focuses its practice on:

  • Family Law & Guardianships
  • Criminal DefenseWolf_Law_Office
  • Business Litigation/Small Business Solutions
  • Wills & Trusts

Whether divorce or custody, defending a criminal charge, or drafting a will, The Wolf Law Office can help. We are here to help you navigate the legal challenges you face, aid you in gaining your desired outcome, and represent your interests to the fullest, all with the utmost compassion and respect.

Contact The Wolf Law Office, LLC at (219) 380-3070 for your Initial Consultation

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Family Law

Family legal matters can be very stressful, and the importance of trust in the attorney-client relationship is of the utmost importance. Whether it's divorce, custody, child support, adoption, or grandparent visitation we help people navigate the legal process and find the best possible outcome to difficult situations with a commitment to personal attention, communication and timely results.

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Criminal Defense

Being charged with a crime is traumatic, and you need to be able to rely on your attorney to help you navigate the court system at every step. The Wolf Law Office has successfully defended both misdemeanors and felonies. If you have been charged with a crime, we can help.


Business Litigation/Small Business Solutions

The Wolf Law Office has a track record of handling disputes through both negotiation and courtroom litigation. We also provide small business solutions. We understand your business goals and will work with you to ensure that those goals will not be sacrificed for legal maneuvering. And because we also know the importance of communication, you will receive timely reports at all stages.

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The realization that a loved one can no longer take care of their personal affairs, their finances or both can be extremely difficult to come to terms with. And waiting too long to get the necessary documents in place can cause well-meaning relatives to be shut out of the healthcare system, leaving them feeling helpless that they cannot take proper care of their loved one. An experienced attorney can help you determine whether a guardianship is needed or another alternative is appropriate.

Licensed in Indiana & Michigan. Serving Michigan City, LaPorte, Valparaiso and Portage.