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I decided to open my own family friendly law firm in South Bend, Indiana. I understand the special needs of family law clients as well as those who are going through financial difficulties and have a need for debt collection assistance and bankruptcy services. I have my own family and decided this was the best way to meet the needs of my family while serving the needs of others.
Julie A. Dominiack is an attorney with Dominiack Legal Services, LLC where she practices in the area of family law, bankruptcy, personal injury, and estate planning. Julie attended Indiana University for her undergraduate and law degrees. She earned her J.D. from the Indianapolis campus of Indiana University in 2005. Following her graduation, Julie moved and practiced in Atlanta, Georgia for six (6) years. In Georgia, Julie’s practice was concentrated on general litigation, family law, and commercial real estate. As she is a native of Indiana and her family remained in the South Bend area, Julie...
Tamara is a 1986 graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School and a partner in the law practice of Banik & Renner in Elkhart Indiana. Her practice focuses on Employment Discrimination, Bankruptcy (personal and business) and Social Security Disability. She has successfully represented employees in employment related matters involving major corporations such as Coca-Cola, Forrest River, Pharmacia-Upjohn, Memorial Hospital, Elkhart General Hospital, Teacher's Credit Union, and other national businesses as well as other Elkhart and South Bend Indiana businesses. The most successful representation occurs when an employee seeks guidance prior to being discharged! It is important...