Myron

Rahn

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Fortville, IN
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in IN
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About Myron

After working as a law clerk for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, Governor Mitch Daniels, and the Indiana Office of the Attorney General; I continued work in the public sector as a deputy attorney general in 2007.

Since 2009, I have practiced solely in the private sector, where I have emphasized litigation in all areas of my practice. Nine years at a small, general practice firm allowed me the opportunity to work on a wide variety of cases, which allowed me the opportunity to discovery my love of litigation, whether it be in the criminal courts or in civil and family courts.

After my nine years of practicing at a smaller firm, I litigated with one of the largest firms in the country. Although my office in a downtown high rise gave me excellent views of the city, more illuminating was my opportunity to witness the “large firm” ways.

Learning from my experiences in both small and large firms, I felt prepared to open up The Rahn Law Office. An office where your case won’t be treated like all the others, as if they were all on an assembly line. And an office where I understand you want to be talked to — not talked down to. An office where billing the client doesn’t come first — Results do.

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