William S. Ayres

Attorney in Indianapolis, IN
Delta Theta Phi (Tribune, 1974-1975; Dean, 1975-1976). Certified Mediator, Indiana, 1992—.
317-636-3471
Credit Cards Accepted

Areas of Law

  • Trial Law
  • Corporation Law
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Arbitration/Mediation

 

Overall Client Rating

2.6 out of 5.0

Communication Ability
2.3
Responsiveness
2.3
Quality of Service
2.7
Value for Money
3.0

  • Data based on 3 reviews
  • Last reviewed on 08/19/13
Posted by a Consumer on 08/19/13
1.8 out of 5.0
There was no communication from my lawyer unless I initiated it. He actually thought we were divorced after 3 years and we did not get divorced for 7 years.
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Experience & Credentials

Position

Member

Admission Details

Admitted in 1976, Indiana and U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
1980, U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court

Credit Cards Accepted
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  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available
  • Law School Attended

    Indiana University
    Class of 1976
    J.D.

    University Attended

    Ball State University
    Class of 1973
    B.S.
    cum laude

    Associations & Memberships

    Indianapolis, Indiana State and American Bar Associations.

    Contact Information

    Phone

    317-636-3471

    Email

    Send email to William S. Ayres


    Office Information
    William S. Ayres
    Member
     251 East Ohio Street, Suite 500,
    Indianapolis, IN 46204-2133

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