Anderson:

A: 3737 S. Scatterfield Rd., Suite 200, Anderson, Indiana 46013

P: (765) 640-1330


Indianapolis:

A: 10475 Crosspoint Blvd., Suite 234, Indianapolis, Indiana 46256

P: (317) 793-2015

Selling A House? . . . Liability Regarding Seller’s Residential Real Estate Sales Disclosure Form

When you sell a house in Indiana, you are required to complete a sales disclosure form. See Ind. Code § 32-21-5-1(a); Ind. Code § 32-21-5-10(a) (“An owner must complete and sign a disclosure form and submit the form to a prospective buyer before an offer for the sale of the residential real estate is accepted.”). … Continue reading Selling A House? . . . Liability Regarding Seller’s Residential Real Estate Sales Disclosure Form

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Cannot Make Bail . . . Offer Real Property Up (At Your Own Risk)

Are you having trouble make bail? That $10,000 full cash bail requirement can be tough for many people. Most people do not know or think about that real property that they might have interest in, whether it be a complete homestead or even just a lot. Pursuant to Ind. Code 35-33-8-3.2(a)(1), a trial court may … Continue reading Cannot Make Bail . . . Offer Real Property Up (At Your Own Risk)

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Revenge Porn and Nonconsensual Pornography in Indiana

With the advent of cell phones and social media, the disclosure of sexually explicit images without one’s consent has become a real problem.  This “revenge porn” or nonconsenual pornography can have devastating consequences one’s self, from simple embarrassment, to adverse consequences to their professional development at work, to suicidal thoughts or even suicide. As a … Continue reading Revenge Porn and Nonconsensual Pornography in Indiana

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Bankruptcy

Beeman Law attorneys represent consumers in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy cases.  Filing bankruptcy can help a person by discharging debt or making a plan to repay certain debts. While nobody wants to be in position where they have to file bankruptcy, many of our bankruptcy clients are left with no other choice with a … Continue reading Bankruptcy

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Government Law

Beeman Laws provides representation to numerous municipalities and/or governmental entities in Indiana. Whether it is a routine budgetary issue or a complex novel issue of financing or employment law, Beeman Law attorneys have the experience to provide accurate and sound advice. Beeman Law attorneys have also represented officials, candidates, and political parties and organizations. ### … Continue reading Government Law

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Our Fees and Payment Arrangements

Beeman Law aims to provide individuals and businesses at every stage of their life and growth a full range of legal services in an efficient and cost-effective way. Depending on the legal service, we offer multiple payment or billing arrangements for our attorney’s fees.  The following are the different payment or billing arrangements Beeman Law … Continue reading Our Fees and Payment Arrangements

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Filing Fees

Indiana State Courts In Indiana state courts, filing fees are established in the Indiana Code by the Indiana General Assembly.  These fees are changed from time-to-time.  A filing fee generally depends on the type of the action and the number of parties.  A filing fee can range from approximately $150 to $200 not taking into … Continue reading Filing Fees

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The Marital Pot Includes Property Acquired Prior To Marriage

In a dissolution or divorce proceeding, it is well-settled law in Indiana that all martial property goes into the marital pot and is subject to division between the former spouses. The proper division is presumed to be 50/50. A prime, not obvious, example of this principle is illustrated in the recent Indiana Court of Appeals … Continue reading The Marital Pot Includes Property Acquired Prior To Marriage

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Enforcing Victim Rights in Indiana

As a victim of a crime you are entitled to numerous rights under the Indiana Constitution as well as pursuant to Indiana Code. Article 1, § 13(b) of the Indiana Constitution reads as follows: Victims of crime, as defined by law, shall have the right to be treated with fairness, dignity and respect throughout the … Continue reading Enforcing Victim Rights in Indiana

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When Refusing To Provide Identifying Information While Stopped Is A Misdemeanor

Indiana law criminalize the failure of a driver to provide identification information (e.g. a driver’s license) under Ind. Code § 34-28-5-3.5.   The statute read as follows: A person who knowingly or intentionally refuses to provide either the person’s: (1) name, address, and date of birth;  or (2) driver’s license, if in the person’s possession; to a law … Continue reading When Refusing To Provide Identifying Information While Stopped Is A Misdemeanor

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