Adoptions in Owen County with Judge Quillen are a special treat - literally. She has been known to order the new parents to give the newly adopted children their favorite ice cream! That was a tall order for the adoption of 3 children my office finalized earlier this May....

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Adoptions are essential to the well-being of foster children, and so is staying healthy. While you are proceeding with your adoption, you can protect yourself and your loved ones with a mask that does not require sewing. This is literally a life-saver for those of us with no sewing ...

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The good work for adoptions can and should continue during these trying times. At Minger Law Office initial consultations may be held by phone or Skype rather than in-person for anyone wishing to protect at-risk loved ones. My office can provide valuable information over the phone and Skype for...

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During court hearings involving a child, foster parents may have noticed a person called a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) or a Guardian ad Litem (GAL). This person's specific duty is to be the voice in court for your foster child. The judges rely on the CASA/GAL to help determine the bes...

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Adoptions in Greene County are always treated as a special event by Judge Allen and his staff. His courtroom is located on the third floor of the Courthouse. My Greene County clients and I meet me there so we may prepare for the hearing, which is always happy, comfortable and friendly.

For my Lawrence County Clients, meet me here for your final adoption hearing. The Lawrence County Courthouse is located on the city square. Judge Nikirk thoroughly enjoys presiding over adoptions and he will allow us to take a picture with him and the family at the end of the hearing.

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For my clients in Monroe County, here is a picture of where your happy event will take place! Monroe County Zietlow Justice Building is located at 301 N. College Avenue in Bloomington. Stop at the information desk just inside the doors and ask where Judge Galvin's courtroom is located and I wil...

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Want to adopt someone age 18 or older? You may not realize how easy it is. You do not need the consents of parents, only the consent of the adoptee. You will not pay for a home investigation or a criminal background check, and the hearing is a joyful occasion!

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Minger Law Office is offering foster parents who want to adopt their foster children FREE 30 minute initial consultations through February 28, 2020. If you are a foster parent in Monroe or surrounding counties who is eligible to adopt your foster child and you would like to know your options, fee...

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3 months ago
Tammy Minger really helped me through my first adoption which was very scary for me. She responded quickly to my questions and was very caring. I loved how she explained everything clearly and was very knowledgeable about the law. I would highly recommend her to any family going through the adoption process. Thank you Tammy Minger for all of your hard work! W.Y.
- Whitney J
4 months ago
For being our first time as adoptive parents; Tammy made the process and transitions seamless. Tammy's integrity and professionalism is TOP NOTCH! I would and will recommend her to those whom may need her services. Tammy, thank you for your effort, hard-work and relentlessness pursuit towards "family values". Regards, Mr. and Mrs. Martinez
- Jesus M
5 months ago
Tammy Minger is the best. She was always one step ahead of everything. I never had to wonder what the next step was going to be. She is very professional and cares about her clients. She felt like a part of our family. Our adoption went very smoothly. I highly recommend this law office. They were all very friendly and helpful throughout the adoption process. Thank you so much for everything! Darla C.
- Darla R

About Us

Tammy M. Minger graduated from Indiana University School of Law in 1988.  She was a Monroe County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney from 1988 until 1997, at which time she left the prosecutor's office to realize her goal of opening her own law office.  While a deputy prosecutor, Tammy prosecuted a wide range of cases, but her concentration was in the area of domestic violence.  Tammy recognized the negative impact that domestic violence had on children, and she was naturally drawn to Family Law as a means of helping families and children whose lives had been disrupted by abuse and neglect.  Among her awards and distinctions are:  the Be More Phenomenal Award from the Bloomington Volunteer Network for her work for Monroe County CASA as a board member and pro bono attorney; Certificate of Recognition from Middle Way House for her service to domestic violence victims; the U.S. Department of Justice Award for Public Service for her work as a deputy prosecutor; and Attorney of the Year from the Protective Order Project of Indiana University.  Tammy served as an adjunct professor for the Kelley School of Business in 1999, where she taught negotiations to graduate level business students.  Tammy owns Minger Law Office, concentrating in family law issues, and lives in Bloomington with her husband, Jerry, and her four children. 

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