The Law Office of Sean Harshey opened its doors in 1994 in Indianapolis. Sean was born and raised in Indianapolis and has been serving the legal needs of Hoosiers with quality representation at a competitive price for over 20 years. We're happy to talk with you about your legal matter and invite you to call or email.
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