Ripke Law

Ripke Law

Firm Overview

Financial Law Assistance in Marion IN Bankruptcy is a confusing aspect of law because most people do not know their rights, which is exactly where Ripke Law PC can help. We provide you with the advice you need and walk you through this troubling time, so that you can start the climb back towards financial independence. Experience You Can Trust Simply put, you should never trust any bankruptcy lawyers in Marion IN that do not have significant experience in the field. After all, this is your financial future at stake, so you should only go with someone who knows the ins and outs of the law. With over 13 years of experience in bankruptcy law, Holly M. Ripke knows how to protect you from creditors and provide relief from all of your financial woes. Multiple Payment Options Since you are already dealing with financial stress, the last thing you want to do is pay a bankruptcy lawyer the little money you have left. That is why we offer a variety of different payment options, so you don't have to worry about money even further. We are aware of the stress that bankruptcy proceedings can cause, so we aim to make our fees flexible by giving you payment options. An Ally in Your Time of Need When creditors are banging down your door and other bankruptcy attorneys have not come through, Ripke Law PC is here to guide you through your financial woes. For a free consultation or to discuss your options, call our Marion IN office at 765-651-1111.

Main Office

4705 Illinois Rd.
Suite 101
Fort Wayne IN 46804


(260) 434-1990


Office Information

Emergency After Hours


Holly Ripke

Ripke Law


Bar Number: 22290 02 A
Indiana, 2000

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