Firm History

The Law Firm of Ayres Carr & Sullivan traces its roots back to 1914. With statewide representation in Indiana, the firm strives to offer outstanding legal services to clients large and small. We can assist you in pre-trial disputes or business advising, as well as civil, criminal and appellate situations, in state and federal courts.

Whether you are a large or small business needing advice on corporate matters, or a regular person who finds you need the help of a lawyer, Ayres Carr & Sullivan attorneys look forward to working with you.

Many of our six members and two associates have decades of experience practicing law in our state.  The firm itself can trace its roots all the way back to 1914, when attorneys Fenton, Henley, Joseph & Steers began serving clients in central Indiana.  Ayres Carr and Sullivan, P.C., was formed in 2000, when the firm of Buschmann, Carr and Shanks merged with Steers Sullivan PC.

Attorneys at Ayres Carr & Sullivan support diverse interests throughout the local community, including charities, churches, high schools and more.  We have offices in Indianapolis and Noblesville. We can offer fixed hourly rates or fixed fees, and accept most major credit cards (Mastercard, Visa, Discover, Diner’s Club, JCB, and American Express).

Corporate Representation

Whether you need legal advice in contract negotiations or litigation counsel when things go wrong, Ayres Carr & Sullivan, P.C. will be there with you each step of the way, providing expert guidance and helping to resolve potential issues before they occur.

Our attorneys have decades of experience in business governance and disputes, and can assist in poising your organization to succeed.

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Bankruptcy Practice

Ayres Carr & Sullivan, P.C. represents debtors in connection with Chapter 11 bankruptcy negotiations and Chapter 12 family farmer reorganizations, as well as individual cases under Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13. We provide personalized representation styled to the particular circumstances of each case.

Our attorneys also have expertise in the area of creditors’ rights in bankruptcy, representing secured and unsecured creditors, and creditor committees.

Additionally, we offer collection services outside of bankruptcy, including pursuit of wage garnishments, attachments and executions.

For more information about our debtor and creditor areas of practice, please click here to contact Bret Clement.