Geraci Law Indianapolis East

8313 E. Washington St.

Indianapolis, IN 46219

The Law Office of Peter Francis Geraci established itself in Indianapolis over 20 years ago. The Law Office of Peter Francis Geraci has since made upgrades, now operating as Geraci Law LLC, and has opened office locations all throughout Indianapolis. One Bankruptcy office for Geraci Law LLC is located just a short drive east of downtown Indianapolis on East Washington Street. We are located at 8313 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219. The office is conveniently located less than a mile east of I-456.

Once done with your visit to our office, be sure to stop by Irvington, just a few blocks west of the office on Washington St. The neighborhood of Irvington includes Irvington Historic District, a historic district in Indianapolis, Indiana. Both are in Indianapolis, Indiana. The historic district is a 545-acre (area that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

Irvington is located five miles east of downtown Indianapolis. The neighborhood is situated on Washington Street, which is a National Scenic Byway. Irvington was the birthplace and home to the only historic art movement in Central Indiana. Today, many of the artists' homes and studios remain standing throughout the community. Irvington is a family-friendly neighborhood. Throughout the year, several festivals are held in the community that allow friends and neighbors to come together.

Irvington is both architecturally and culturally significant to Indianapolis. The area contains excellent examples of every major American architectural style from 1870–1950. However, Irvington is perhaps best known for its fine collection of Arts & Crafts architecture. Washington Street is home to several historic business buildings including the old bank and the Irving Theatre.

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 Muncie down to Bloomington.

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

Come to visit us at Geraci Law on East Washington Street in Indianapolis, and while you are here make a day of it! There is plenty of beauty to see and history to experience, all at little to no cost! Make your appointment online at or call 1.800.456.1953.