I have been practicing law since 1975 in all areas of General Practice, but... more
I have been practicing law since 1975 in all areas of General Practice, but especially litigation and Dispute Resolution. ADR for all types of Civil Cases Mediation and Arbitration of all Family Law Matters. Medical Malpractice Defense, Social Security Disability, and Personal Injury Law, together with all types of trial litigation in both State and Federal Courts.
One of the founders of Squiller and Hardy, Adam Squiller practices in the counties... more
One of the founders of Squiller and Hardy, Adam Squiller practices in the counties in Northeast Indiana who is passionate about advocating for his clients to get the best possible result. He believes is giving his clients honest, realistic expectations and responding to client needs promptly. The majority of his business comes through referrals from other attorneys and clients, so maintaining... view profile
James Koday focuseshis Indiana and Florida practices in the areas of estate planning... more
James Koday focuseshis Indiana and Florida practices in the areas of estate planning and administration. Services in estate planning range from simple wills and trusts to the most sophisticated estate tax savings techniques. Publications:Practical and Tax Aspects of the Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust, Res Gestae, March and April 1980; Federal Estate Tax Return, ICLEF, 1982; Federal Inc... view profile
Ryan focuses his practice on representing individuals in divorce, collaborative... more
Ryan focuses his practice on representing individuals in divorce, collaborative divorce, custody, adoption, guardianship and support matters. His practice also includes drafting and negotiating premarital agreements, and with other attorneys at Coots, Henke and Wheeler, assisting clients in preserving their business interests and investments, pre and post divorce. Ryan has significant experienc... view profile
My goal in every case is to assess the situation, explain the legal landscape to my... more
My goal in every case is to assess the situation, explain the legal landscape to my client, outline the possible courses of action, and then help the client choose the course of action that has the best chance of achieving a reasonable outcome. I communicate with clients via email and telephone, although email is often best as it eliminates the game of "phone tag." I try to make it a pra... view profile
I provide family law services for families or individuals struggling with a family... more
I provide family law services for families or individuals struggling with a family transition. I focus primarily on family transitions including custody, parenting time and divorce by providing legal counsel, litigation or collaborative divorce, mediation and parent coordination services. This allows me to provide legal representation for parties and families as well as mediation of disputes ... view profile
I view myself as a responsible, fair-minded, and thorough attorney who possesses... more
I view myself as a responsible, fair-minded, and thorough attorney who possesses sufficient knowledge, experience, and skill to provide quality legal representation to those clients I have the privilege to serve. My objective is to accomplish efficient and effective legal representation for all of my clients, and to also perform with the utmost integrity as a mediator, arbitrator or medical rev... view profile
The mediation process can help you resolve disputes without going to court. In a mediation proceeding, a neutral third party (a mediation lawyer or mediator) meets with you and the person you disagree with. Mediators are trained to find mediation solutions in legal disputes, including divorce mediation and business disagreement mediation. The mediator acts as a facilitator, helping you negotiate until a solution is found. Mediation is the most informal process for dispute resolution and is usually the least expensive method. The drawback is that, unlike an arbitrator in arbitration, the mediator does not make a final decision. So, unless the parties agree and enter into a settlement agreement, the mediation can end without the dispute being solved.