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Offices Closed – January 7, 2014

Both the Brownsburg and Crawfordsville offices of Capper Tulley & Reimondo will be closed today due to dangerous travel conditions for our clients and employees. Please note that any court hearings which may have been scheduled are cancelled as both the Hendricks County and Montgomery County Courts are closed today.

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Commercial Real Estate Sale on 10/7/13

Please join us on Monday, October 7, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. in the offices of Capper Tulley & Reimondo, located at 131 N. Green St., Crawfordsville, IN 47933 to have the opportunity to purchase an auto service station located at 301 W. Market St., Crawfordsville, IN 47933. The building (1,492 sq. ft.) is located on a 10,280 sq. ft. corner lot. The real estate includes a two-bay service station with a gas tank canopy.

Please note that the property will be sold in “as-is” condition. 10% down is required on the date of sale, with 30 days to close.

For more information, please contact Robert N. Reimondo, attorney for the Estate of Dwight L. Pendleton, at 765-362-7340. Susie Dawson, the Personal Representative of the Estate of Dwight L. Pendleton, reserves the right to reject any and all offers to purchase.

Hope to see you there. Good luck!

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New Website & Blog

We have been busy at Capper Tulley & Reimondo. We have recently redeveloped our website to offer content and information to you in a very easy to read format. We have also added a new Blog / News page. We welcome you to follow our posts by checking in on a regular basis, adding our RSS feed, or by following our Facebook Page. We hope to provide valuable content on a regular basis. Thanks for stopping by. We look forward to connecting with you soon!

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Change In Emancipation Law

The Indiana legislature enacted a new law regarding emancipation of a child. Beginning July 1, 2012, a child nineteen (19) years of age will be considered emancipated and no further child support would have to be paid unless the child has a disability or is a special needs child. Additionally, a child receiving child support under an order issued before July 1, 2012 may file a petition for educational needs until the child turns twenty-one (21) years old. A child who receives support under an order issued after June 30, 2012 may petition for educational needs until the child turns nineteen (19) years old.

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