Morocco, IN Agricultural Law Attorney

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Blaney & Walton, Attorneys at Law is a small town law firm in Morocco, IN serving Lafayette and surrounding areas with professional legal matters specializing in agricultural law. Since 1976, we have been serving landowners, governments and wind companies throughout Indiana with aggressive legal representation. We are members of the Indiana Wind Energy Legal Team and have national connections through Wetsel & Carmichael, Attorneys at Law in Sweetwater, Texas.

At Blaney & Walton, our experienced attorneys are dedicated to protecting and fighting for your legal rights. We are a general law firm practicing in a wide variety of areas including civil and criminal law. Our legal team understands the importance of an experienced attorney and is committed to getting you the results you deserve.

With over 38 years in business, you can rely on our experts for client-centered, powerful advocacy. Whether you were injured in an auto accident or you need estate planning assistance, rely on Blaney & Walton, Attorneys at Law for personal services. Contact us today for a personal consultation at 219-285-2008!

Our Team

Daniel C. Blaney

  • Member of the Indiana Bar Association since 1970
  • Member of Arkansas Bar since 1974
  • Member of Arkansas State and American Bar Association
  • Admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  • DePauw University (B.A. 1967)
  • Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana (J.D. 1970)
  • Retired Judge Advocate & Lt. Col U.S. Air Force Reserve

Robert T. Miller
  • Admitted to the Indiana bar, 2013
  • Preparatory Education
  • Calumet College of St. Joseph (B.S 2005)
  • Valparaiso University School of Law (J.D., 2012)
  • Retired Indiana State Police Officer (36 years)
  • Member of Newton County and Indiana State Bar Associations

Representative Clients

Kankakee-Iroquois Regional Plan Commission; Ceres Solutions; Cargill, Inc.; Iroquois River Conservancy District, Newton County Drainage Board, NIPSCO