“The legitimate object of government is to do for a community of people, whatever they need to have done, but can not do, at all, or can not, so well do, for themselves — in their separate, and individual capacities.”
A municipal lawyer represents government bodies or boards to ensure that there is complete compliance with the Constitution and the statutes of the State of Indiana. However, municipal lawyers also represent property owners and private citizens when they oppose government action.
With the aid of a skilled municipal lawyer, communication between governments and the community is enhanced. With better communication, the government can be more responsive to the needs and wants of the people it serves. This free flow of information will allow private citizens to have their concerns addressed.
Mark represents government boards in Northwest Indiana. He regularly advises decision-makers in the community on the applicable law to ensure that the changes taking place are well thought out, scrutinized, and strengthen the community.
From historical preservation to community redevelopment projects, the range of issues facing individuals is large. That’s why it’s important to find skilled representation. At Worthley Law, you can find an attorney knowledgeable about the law, who is experienced in dealing with local government.
A municipal lawyer practicing in Northwest Indiana will be able to help find the right place to take your issue. Each city or town likely has numerous boards within it, and then counties and townships also have similar services available to those who do not live within the city or town limits. In Porter County, Valparaiso, Chesterton, Portage, and Porter all have developed their own practices in which a municipal lawyer is experienced. Contact Mark Worthley today to learn how he can help you with your questions regarding Municipal Law.