The firm of Mefford, Weber and Blythe started in 1922 with a sole practitioner, Oak Husselman. Later, his son, William H. Husselman, joined him in the practice. Attorney Kirk D. Carpenter joined the firm in 1976 and remained until 2003 when he left to assume the bench of the DeKalb Circuit Court. Since that time the firm has expanded its personnel and its geographic scope to serve throughout northeastern Indiana.
The firm currently offers combined legal experience of more than 70 years. All of the attorneys maintain active roles in the Auburn, Indiana, community and surrounding areas, both in local government and non-governmental activities.
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