Perry Law Office Fort Wayne is a member of the following local and national organizations:
The National Creditor’s Bar Association (NCBA)
The National Creditor’s Bar Association (NCBA), was founded in 1993 as The National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA). In, 2015 it was renamed The National Creditor’s Bar Association to broaden the membership base from retail creditor’s rights and creditor’s rights defense law firms to also include law firms practicing in foreclosure, bankruptcy, student loans, replevin to name a few. Currently, NCBA is comprised of over 500 law firms totaling approximately 2,000 attorneys in over 20 different practice areas in all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.K. The NCBA offers education and networking opportunities to its members.
The National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR)
Established in 1979, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives is an association of over 3,000 attorneys and paralegals who represent Social Security and Supplemental Security Income claimants. Our members are committed to providing high-quality representation for claimants, to maintaining a system of full and fair adjudication for every claimant, and to advocating for beneficial change in the disability determination and adjudication process.
Greater Fort Wayne, Inc.
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. embodies a new model of how Fort Wayne and Allen County approach business, job growth and competitiveness for the future. This new organization, created from the merger of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance, represents a strong metro center that is a leader in its ten-county region. GFW Inc. serves a single point of contact for economic growth in greater Fort Wayne and complements and supports broader, regional efforts. These include Vision 2020, business development and marketing initiatives established by Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.
The Apartment Association of Fort Wayne-NE Indiana, Inc.
The Mission of the Apartment Association of Fort Wayne – NE Indiana is to help its members thrive. In pursuit of this mission, the Apartment Association of Fort Wayne – NE Indiana will work toward: a positive public image of apartment living and the rental industry; a well-informed, well-educated, and skilled workforce; a favorable environment for the rental industry; accurate and timely information and business tools; fair housing and fair business practices as outlined in the AAFW’s Code of Ethics.
Affordable Housing Association of Indiana (AHAIN)
Established in 1983, AHAIN is a not-for-profit trade association that represents owners, developers and property management companies in the state of Indiana, including single owner, corporation, partnership and other organizations which own one or more Affordable Housing project(s), or which is a public housing authority or a full-time employee of either of the agencies. AHAIN’s membership includes more than 16,000 affordable housing apartment units and 75 associate members.
AHAIN is the only association that solely represents the needs of the affordable rental housing industry in Indiana, through education, networking, promoting professionalism, initiating the cooperation and exchange of information among our membership, relating important industry information, and encouraging ethical practices within the affordable housing industry. AHAIN is committed to providing a respected voice for its members, and it regularly meets with key members of USDA Rural Development, IHCDA, and HUD to discuss affordable multi-family housing in Indiana.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
For over 100 years, BBB has helped people make smarter decisions and is evolving to meet fast changing marketplace needs. The BBB sets standards for ethical business behavior and monitors compliance, helps consumers identify trustworthy businesses and those that aren’t.
Allen County Bar Association
The Allen County Bar Association is a very active association of skilled attorneys, judges, and paralegals, covering all legal practice areas. The Allen County Bar provides educational, social and professional opportunities for members of the legal community in Allen County and surrounding counties. It provides support for area attorneys, judges, and paralegals through continuing legal education programs, active committees, and legal interest sections. On a monthly basis many of the various practice areas offer educational opportunities for members and non-member attorneys and paralegals. Allen County Bar Association offers free legal advice on Tuesday evenings, called Legal Line where the public can call in with any type of legal question or it can help find an attorney that best fits your legal need through the Attorney Referral Program.
Indiana Bar Association
The Indiana Bar Association offers educational opportunities, legal research, and other valuable opportunities to attorneys, judges, and the public in Indiana.
American Bar Association
The American Bar Association (ABA) was founded in 1878 and currently has over 400,000 members. The ABA supports the legal profession with practical resources for legal professionals while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, establishing model ethical codes, and more.