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    Jim Reed has concentrated his practice in the legal aspect of relationship transitions of all types since graduating from law school. He has been involved in divorce cases with some of the largest marital estates in Indiana. He ...

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I am thrilled to be the new regular guest on Peter Dunn’s radio show, “The Pete the Planner Show.”  Pete’s show airs on WIBC-FM 93.1 on Sundays in Indianapolis from 10 a.m. to noon.  Pete is an award winning media personality and author on all matters financial. His radio show features “Practical Money Advice for Real People.”

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Co-hosting WFYI pledge drives is a tradition for Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Brian Welch and me (see our coverage of last year’s pledge drive here). This morning, we were proud to continue that tradition by participating in the 2013 WFYI Spring Pledge Drive. We were live on-air on 90.1 FM Public Radio in Indianapolis raising funds for the quality radio and television programs WFYI provides to the Central Indiana community.

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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Michael Kohlhass’ Family Law Case Review blog remains a regular feature on Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s (ICLEF) web site. ICLEF has featured Kohlhaas’ blog for over two years, as it continues to serve many members of the legal community.

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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP proudly continues its tradition of sponsoring thought-provoking, controversial, quality theater in Indianapolis with the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s current production of “The Whipping Man.”

I recently had the opportunity to be featured by as part of a weekly photo series featuring professionals and their office space.

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Recently, Tobin McClamroch and I were elected to the board of directors of a growing organization that has an inspirational vision for the future of the Indianapolis community. The Village of Merici, a neighborhood in the process of being designed, recognizes the importance of supporting and sustaining purpose-filled lives for adults with developmental disabilities. Founded by a team of parents concerned with the future adult lives of their children, The Village of Merici will strive to provide a safe, joyful and accessible neighborhood for its residents.

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I was proud to serve as the Indianapolis Bar Association representative for the naturalization ceremony held on Jan. 10, 2013. It was a professional honor to be able to congratulate 44 new citizens on behalf of the IBA and Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, but it was also a personal honor, as my friend and neighbor Marithe Benavente was one of the citizens participating in this ceremony.

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I recently had the opportunity to give a presentation regarding premarital agreements as part of a Continuing Legal Education seminar for Indianapolis Bar Association. Alongside co-presenter Marvin H. Mitchell, a partner with Mitchell Dick Hurst & McNelis LLC, I was able to discuss the importance of drafting effective premarital agreements and the issues that sometimes can occur. Unlike many may think, premarital agreements are not fair and they often are not intended to be.

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Last Friday morning, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Brian Welch and I had the opportunity to co-host a portion of the WFYI fall pledge drive in Indianapolis.

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In the United States, Americans spend over $50 billion on their pets each year and often have a strong emotional attachment to them. When a relationship dissolves through divorce, separation or ending a domestic partnership, many struggle with making pet arrangement decisions. Whether the pet is the family cat or a show dog, pet custody issues arise and must be addressed.



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