KC Cohen, Lawyer, PC, (“KCPC”) is a law firm located in Indianapolis, Indiana. For almost 30 years KC Cohen has focused his practice on representing small and medium sized businesses in all forms of debtor/creditor relations including restructure, workout, recapitalization, reformation and reorganization out of Court and under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code.
KC has a degree in accounting from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and earned his law degree at Indiana University School of Law while clerking at what was then a top ten firm in Indianapolis. Based on his accounting background, long before he became a lawyer, KC was visiting client locations to help the firm prepare the financial analysis necessary for any chapter 11 case.
When the technology revolution began to hit the legal field in the late 1980’s KC was among the first to incorporate a PC in his office, and went on to open a satellite office for the firm that used an early form of PC networking to eliminate secretarial and support staff from the operation and pass document management to the hands of the professionals staffing the office. That ethos lead to a wide adoption of technology in all aspects of the law office and ultimately to an intense focus on efficient office practices that define the work of KCPC to this day. It is that focus on efficiency that allows KCPC to offer the services described on this website at a cost to the client that is highly competitive.
These services are provided by many qualified law firms across the country but at a price point that most businesses simply cannot afford. My objective at KCPC is to find a reasonable solution to client issues in the most efficient cost structure under the circumstances. I achieve that objective by actively involving the client and third parties in the administrative levels of the engagement, thus eliminating the expensive and time consuming functions typically provided by support staff that is reflected in the hourly rate or direct charges assessed by large firms.
I also have a professional relationship with a large central Indiana firm for cases that require more hands than mine to achieve the client and case objectives, and maintain relationships with various other firms who handle matters outside my area of expertise in a cooperative manner with me.