Geraci Law opened its doors in Indianapolis over 20 years ago. Now operating as Geraci Law LLC our attorneys are regulars at the historic Birch Bayh Federal Building and United States Courthouse, rededicated in 2003 to honor our late Senator Bayh. Bankruptcy Meetings and Hearings are conducted here for anyone living in Noblesville and Hamilton County.
The Courthouse opened in 1905 in a Beaux Arts-style architecture. The building was designed by John Hall Rankin and Thomas Kellog from Rankin, Kellogg, & Crane operating out of the Philadelphia area. The Courthouse’s design inspired the other buildings in the area including the City Hall, Central Library, and the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza. For more information on this historic building you can visit the Museum on the first floor between 8:30 – 4:30 daily, or arrange a tour by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can visit the Bankruptcy office of Geraci Law LLC in Castleton just north of downtown Indianapolis, located at 5495 E. 82nd St, Indianapolis, IN 46250. Our Castleton office is located just 10 minutes south of Noblesville just off Interstate 69.
Our office shares the same lot as Trader Joes and Five Guys. And is located in between Indianapolis’s two major shopping areas, the Castleton Square Mall and the Fashion Mall at Keystone. www.simon.com/mall
After your visit to our office feel free to check out some of the attractions the Northside of Indianapolis and the surrounding Hamilton County areas. Hamilton County has been considered the fastest growing county in Indiana. Towns included Carmel (ranked #1 best place to live in America by Niche) and Fishers (ranked 16 best place) and the County seat of Noblesville. www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov
Noblesville offers a rich history and a historic downtown. Which includes its original courthouse built in 1876. The courthouse, now the historical museum, was once home to such infamous criminals, including a teenage Charles Manson and the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan, DC Stephenson. Noblesville’s historic downtown also offers a diverse group of restaurants and small boutique shops. A great way to spend your day. www.cityofnoblesville.org