By E. Spencer Walton | May 5, 2020

There is a huge emotional cost for yourself and your spouse. If you have children, the filing of a divorce has a devastating emotional impact on all children, regardless of age.  It is strongly suggested that you consider counselors, therapists, your Clergy, or close friends to discuss your feelings, the reactions of your spouse, and,…

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Bankruptcy Options In The Age Of Coronavirus

By Jon Rogers | April 20, 2020

If you are currently unemployed due to the national coronavirus pandemic and have bills coming due, you may need to consider your consumer bankruptcy options under Chapters 7 or 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.  In recent reports, worldwide, households now have $12 trillion more in debt than during the financial crisis of 2008.  We are…

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What is a Miller’s Trust

By Nathan Barnes | April 11, 2020

You may have heard from a friend about needing a “Miller’s Trust” or you may have come across a “Miller’s Trust” while researching the type of legal documents one may need when getting older.  It is not important how you first heard of a “Miller’s Trust” but it is important for you to understand whether…

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Why Your Business Insurance Policy May Not Be Providing Coverage For Ransomware Attacks

By Matthew Anderson | April 2, 2020

One circumstance feared by businesses is a ransomware attack. The situation has unfortunately become a familiar one. A computer hacker gains access to a business’s information systems, encrypts them, and then locks out the business unless the business pays a substantial fee, often in untraceable bitcoin, for a password to recover the files. Aside from…

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Conducting Mediation Sessions Through The COVID-19 Pandemic

By Jon Rogers | March 31, 2020

               During the current shut down of the Court system, attorneys are finding it difficult, if not impossible to get an issue in front of a Judge for a decision and thus are finding the status of their case in limbo.  However, the option of mediation remains a tool you can utilize to benefit your…

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How do the Recent Indiana and Michigan Stay-at-Home Orders Affect Parenting Time

By Jon Rogers | March 31, 2020

Navigating parenting time is already frequently challenging when changes and uncertainties arise due to illnesses, school scheduling and changes in work schedules.  If you are a parent in Michigan or Indiana, add the national COVID-19 epidemic in the Spring of 2020 to the mix, and even more questions are entered into the equation.  How are…

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The Guardian Ad-Litem in a Divorce

By Jon Rogers | March 12, 2020

If you find yourself in a contentious custody matter, might the appointment of a Guardian Ad-Litem benefit you and your children?  Often times in a divorce involving children, the issues most at the heart of settlement involve who will have custody of the children.  Parents have been accustomed to living with their children throughout the…

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30(B)(6) Depositions: The Face Of The Corporation

By Georgianne Walker | March 4, 2020

Corporate representatives who have been told they will have to testify on behalf of their employer may, at first, be anxious about giving such testimony.  They may also not realize the importance of their testimony, specifically that their testimony can bind the company.  But, with the right attorney to prep them, the anxiety should melt…

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Starting A Business? The Different Types Of Business Entities

By Sean Towner | February 6, 2020

Starting your own business is an exciting venture. While the opportunity to “be your own boss” is tantalizing, running a business can be a challenge. Important decisions must be made from the get-go to ensure your business successfully hits the ground running. One question often overlooked  by many entrepreneurs pertains to which form the business…

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Indiana’s Healthcare Consent Statute

By D. Andrew Spalding | January 27, 2020

Prior to July 1, 2018, Indiana was a “healthcare by committee” state – any number of people could act on a person’s behalf when they were adjudged to be incompetent. The circumstances sometimes resulted in confusion as to who may speak for the incompetent patient.  Indiana law now specifies a priority order for people who…

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