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February 26, 2019

Right of Party in a Civil Action to be Present at Trial

Absent waiver or extraordinary circumstances, a party litigant has the right to be present at trial.

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January 28, 2019

The Definition, Conduct, And Order Of Trials In Indiana Civil Actions

A trial is a forum in which disputes are resolved through the submission of evidence and adjudication by a court or jury. Trials are needed when parties cannot resolve their disputes informally. There are two types of trials - jury trials and bench (or court) trials. Indiana civil actions are governed by the Indiana Rules of Trial Procedure, Indiana Rules of Evidence, Indiana Jury Rules, Indiana common law and statutes, a trial courtís inherent and equitable power to act, and other court rules, including various local rules of court.

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July 9, 2018

Preparing as an attorney for mediation

As an attorney, how should you prepare for and participate in a successful mediation?

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April 16, 2018

Estate Planning for Parents of Young Children

This is a topic of much passion for me. Estate planning is a necessary protection for all parents with minor children. Yet, national surveys reveal that less than 40 percent of Americans with children under the age of 18 have their estate planning documents in place.

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July 12, 2017

Is Collaborative Law right for Your Family?

When a spouse files for divorce in court there are various paths the divorce process can follow.

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