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Marian Welling
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Fort Wayne, IN Attorney with 24 years experience
(260) 234-8159 111 W. Berry St. Suite 211
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Bankruptcy
Saint Louis University School of Law
Marian Welling was admitted to the Indiana, Missouri and Illinois Bars in 1994 after graduating from St. Louis University School of Law. She joined a busy consumer bankruptcy firm and specialized in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies in St. Louis, Missouri and East St. Louis, Illinois. She returned to her Fort Wayne, Indiana roots in 2000 and continued her consumer bankruptcy specialty practice.
Marian is also a member of the Volunteer Lawyers Program of Northeast Indiana, providing pro bono legal services for indigent clients. She also serves as a board member and past president of Vincent Village,...

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