As our community copes with the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus, we hope you and your family are in good health.

During the COVID-19 Pandemic and subject to Emergency Orders as issued by the Governor of Indiana, our office will continue to function as we have been designated as an “essential service”.

In order to protect our clients, staff and community we will, however, be operating remotely. With today’s technology, most of our day to day functions can be accomplished without significant interruption.

If you would like to make an appointment or discuss any matter pertaining to your case or how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact you and/or your business please call the office at 765-287-1717 or email us at

If you have personal information or payments to submit, please use USPS or personally drop these items off in our locked mailbox on the north end of our parking lot in front of our office located at 4910 N. Wheeling Ave., Muncie, IN. 47304. We would appreciate your calling us if you personally drop off documents/payments here. Credit card payments can continue to be made by calling the same phone number.

To best contact us please call 765-287-1717 or e-mail

When we are given the green light to resume normal business operations, we will update our social media.

Thank you,
John B. LaRue PC

Bankruptcy Practice



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Available evenings and weekends by request, our passion is helping to turn around the lives of clients who feel like their back is to the wall.


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