Providing Dedicated Legal Services Since 1975
We have dedicated our practice to serving the legal needs of the residents
of Noblesville, Hamilton County, and the surrounding communities – including
Carmel, Westfield, Sheridan, Fishers, Cicero, Arcadia, Atlanta, Zionsville, Avon, Indianapolis, Tipton, Anderson, and Boone County, Hendricks County, Marion County, and Madison County. In striving to be your full service law firm, our attorneys have a wide range of experience in legal disciplines, and are able to assist clients with almost any legal need that may arise.
Please contact us at your convenience to find out how we can help you with your legal matters.
Divorce is one of the most difficult times that a person can experience.
Often there are many difficult matters that need to be addressed that can have long-term consequences, including property division, child custody and parenting time issues, and support.
We serve clients by taking on their legal matters so that they can focus on moving forward with their lives and children’s lives.
Following a divorce, issues such as parenting time matters, support issues, and relocation can arise. We help clients protect their rights and the rights of their children.
We also help clients in guardianship and family members.
If you are looking for experienced legal counsel for divorce, custody, or another family law matter, please call us to learn how we can help.
A criminal conviction can negatively impact a person’s life in many ways. As experienced Indiana criminal defense lawyers, it is our job to fully protect the rights of our clients, and to present a vigorous defense in opposing the prosecution’s efforts to convict.
When we are retained, we begin work immediately by seeking all information relating to the criminal charge. We work diligently by challenging the prosecution’s theories of a case and the evidence.
We want to know if evidence has been wrongly obtained, such as through an improper search and seizure. When evidence has been wrongly obtained, we will seek to have it declared inadmissible, and, when possible, we will seek dismissal of all charges.
While each case will be unique, our approach is consistent – tenaciously representing clients at every aspect of their case. Our goal is to seek for all clients the best outcome possible – through dismissal of charges, reduced charges, diversionary programs, plea bargains, or a “not guilty” verdict at trial.
A personal injury has occurred when you or a loved one have been hurt due to the fault of someone else. In all likelihood, you’ve been raised to believe that people accept full responsibility for their actions, and that those responsible will pay fair compensation for the injuries that they have caused, especially when it is clear that they are at fault.
Unfortunately, with many accidents, this is not the usual course of events. Typically, in cases such as a motor vehicle accident, the drivers responsible will have insurance companies that are potentially liable for paying damages. These companies have no obligation to you, and do not care about being fair. Instead, their sole goal is usually to avoid or minimize paying any damages, and they often take whatever actions they can to protect their own rights.
As Noblesville accident attorneys, we represent clients, seeking for full and fair compensation for their injuries. We fight the efforts of defendants and their insurance companies to avoid responsibility, and seek to hold them fully accountable for the damages they cause.
We represent clients in accident and other personal injury matters in Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, Avon, Zionsville, and Indianapolis, and in Hamilton, Boone, Marion, Tipton, Madison, and Hendricks counties and the surrounding communities.
In Indiana, if you die without a will, state law determines who will receive your property. It does not matter how clearly you may have expressed your desires to your loved ones; Without a will your assets will be distributed in accordance with Indiana interstate law.
Additionally, for those in committed relationships but who are not married, without a will, property not otherwise subject to contractual arrangements (such as property owned by joint tenancy with a right of survivorship, trusts, and pay-on-death bank accounts) is distributed to children or to other relatives, and the surviving partner will not inherit under intestate law, even in long-term relationships.
As a result, all adults should have proper estate planning, which includes property distribution at death and healthcare directives in the event of incapacitation. Proper estate planning provides family members and doctors with instruction concerning medical treatment in the event of incapacitation, and instructions concerning property distribution after death (which can reduce the chance that there will be legal battles over assets).
We can help you develop a complete estate plan, which will protect both you and your loved ones. Call us to get started today!
As Noblesville civil litigation lawyers, we represent individuals and businesses in Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, Avon, Zionsville, and Indianapolis, and in Hamilton, Boone, Marion, Tipton, Madison, and Hendricks counties and the surrounding communities in a wide range of civil litigation matters, including:
- Breach of contract
- Business Matters (including employment, confidentiality, non-compete, and work-for-hire)
- Real estate matters (including matters involving property purchases and leases)
- Personal Injury cases
- Divorce and family law matters
- Probate and will contests
- Appellate matters
- Mediation and arbitration
- Other disputes
We provide dedicated and compassionate representation in accordance with Christian values. We put clients and their interests first, and work tirelessly in seeking to achieve their objectives.