Thank you for visiting my profile. I have been practicing Bankruptcy law for over 25... more
Thank you for visiting my profile. I have been practicing Bankruptcy law for over 25 years in Indiana since graduating from Notre Dame Law School. Many years ago when I was a young lawyer, I learned about Deuteronomy 15:1-3 which states "at the end of every seventh year you are to cancel the debts of those who owe you money..." I realized that Bankruptcy law is as old as the Old Testamen... view profile
Edmund P. Kos is the owner of Kos & Associates, a Fort Wayne-based creditors’ rights... more
Edmund P. Kos is the owner of Kos & Associates, a Fort Wayne-based creditors’ rights firm. He concentrates his practice in the areas of creditors’ rights, banking, secured transactions, commercial litigation and bankruptcy law. In 1984, he was licensed in New York and started his career as an attorney in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. In 1986, while serving at Fort Be... view profile
I moved to Indiana in 1995 to attend Indiana University. I graduated a semester... more
I moved to Indiana in 1995 to attend Indiana University. I graduated a semester early and intially worked at Steers Carr and Sullivan in Indianapolis for a year. I then moved my practice to Allen Wellman McNew in Greenfield, IN in 1999 and remained there until opening my new practice in January 2006. Since 2006, I have operated the Bankruptcy Law Office of Jon Brown. An additional office was ad... view profile
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