Attorney Shane Watson Joins the La Porte, Indiana Firm of Howes & Howes, LLP
First, if you have retained my services in the past or are currently a client I would like to thank you for entrusting me to represent you in your legal matter. Whether your case is presently ongoing or concluded I appreciate you placing your faith in me at a time that is quite often an exceptionally trying and stressful period in an individual’s life. I would like to offer my gratitude for your business.
As of January 23, 2012, I accepted an Associate’s position with the firm of Howes and Howes, LLP. I will be working out of the same office at 717 Indiana Avenue, LaPorte, Indiana 46350. You can still reach me by phone at the above-listed phone number or you
can also contact me at 219.326.7070. As for now, I will keep my website active and I will have the same email address. My email address will be changing and I will post that on my website when that becomes available (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, you can feel free to contact me by phone or mail and I will be happy to provide it to you.
Secondly, I will still be practicing in the same fields of law in which I practiced prior to accepting my positions at Howes & Howes, LLP. If I am currently representing you, I will continue to do so with the same zeal and attention that I have, while operating my solo practice. If I have represented you in the past, I will happily make myself available to you should any future need arise.
Last, I am very excited to continue serving the citizens of Northwest Indiana (including, but not limited to, the counties of La Porte, Porter, Marshall, Pulaski) as well as those clients, which I have represented that reside outside of Indiana’s confines, as an Associate with Howes & Howes, LLP. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, require any assistance or possess any concerns.
Wishing you the very best, I am,
Shane B.C. Watson
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