Law Office of
Jonathan M. Young, P.C.

Practice Areas

Each area of the law is unique and requires an attorney with experience handling matters in that area of the law.  These are the areas of the law that we have significant experience handling.  

Family Law


Divorce, Custody, Paternity, Child Support, Parenting Time, Post Dissolution Modifications, & High Asset Dissolutions.  All of these are sensitive areas and you can count on our staff to handle your case effectively and zealously.  

Civil Litigation


Whether it is a complex commercial litigation, a real estate dispute, or something simpler, when it is time to take your case in front of the Judge, we are here for you.  

Adoptions


As an attorney for the Department of Child Services and now in private practice, Mr. Young, has handled many adoptions and can handle yours in an efficient manner.  Our experience includes, step-parent adoptions, contested adoptions, private adoptions, and adoptions through the Department.  

Wills and Estates


We will help you with planning your affairs how you want, not how the state thinks they should be handled. We can help with a simple will, power of attorney or something more complex like a trust.  And if you need help opening an estate or contesting an estate, we can help guide you through that complex process.

Criminal Matters


As a former public defender, we are here to help you navigate the system when your freedom is at stake.  And if you need an expungement to clear your record call our office and we can gauge whether it is appropriate for you.  We can also help you restore your driver's license with a specialized driving privileges.

Business


Your business is your life.  Our office can help you form your business and handle your business's legal issues that may arise from complex to those that just require a phone call.

Geographical Areas

Conveniently located between Evansville and Boonville, Indiana the majority of our case load is from Warrick and Vanderburgh Counties.  

However, we routinely handle matters in Spencer County, Gibson County, Posey County, Dubois County, and other surrounding counties.