Broyles Kight and Ricafort, P.C. and Divorce Magazine are pleased to provide our monthly eNewsletter. We hope this information is helpful and supportive. After reading this, please forward it to whomever you think may benefit from it.
From the Office:
The Boone County Bar Association is hosting its Annual Dinner on February 22, 2019 at Ulen Country Club at 6pm. Several of our family law attorneys plan to attend and visit with Boone county judicial officers and attorneys.
Jennifer Hostetter will be a speaker at the ICLEF Domestic Relations Mediation Training on February 14, 2019. Jennifer will be presenting about screening for a history of domestic violence in mediation cases.
On January 29th, Melanie Reichert was installed as Counsel to the Board and Erin Durnell as a Director for the Indianapolis Bar Foundation Board of Directors.
In her “free time” outside of the office, Amanda Blystone is enjoying directing her children’s spring school musical!
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