Roger Burrus and Beth Sease have each established an Of Counsel relationship with CCHA Law, which will provide additional staffing and support for their clients. They will continue representing clients at their offices at 410 W. Oak Street, in Zionsville. In addition, the attorneys at CCHA Law will help serve clients in areas of the law not currently served by Burrus & Sease.
“We think our clients will appreciate the enhanced capabilities and client service that the collaboration will provide,” said Beth Sease. “We look forward to working with our respected colleagues at CCHA who share in our commitment to serving clients and our community.”
CCHA is not a stranger to the Zionsville community. CCHA Partner Andrew Manna resides in Zionsville and has long had a vision of expanding the firm’s presence in his community. “We are very excited about this new relationship,” said Manna. “Burrus & Sease is an established firm, serving the Zionsville community for over seventy years, and this association will increase CCHA Law’s reach throughout Indiana and enable us to all better serve clients in the Zionsville community.”
Burrus & Sease serves clients in estate and trust planning and administration, real estate law, business law matters, and recently celebrated its 70th anniversary as a law practice in Zionsville, founded by Otis C. Burrus, Roger’s father. CCHA Law will add representation of clients in many additional areas of law, including family law, school law, personal injury, and litigation.