Civil law covers legal situations between two or more parties where money damages or specific retributions are involved rather than criminal charges.

Schwarz Law Office has experience representing an assortment of civil issues for clients at trials, hearings, arbitrations, and mediations.

What Falls Under Civil Law

The term Civil Law covers a broad range of topics but includes:

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Anti-Trust
  • Divorce Law
  • Education Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Landlord / Tenant
  • Child Support
  • Personal Injury

Civil Law Professionals

Whatever your current civil law problem, Schwarz Law Office will become your closest advocate. During the process you will no doubt have questions and concerns as civil law can become very complex and contain large amounts of legal jargon. We develop a close-knit working relationships and find it very rewarding to help navigate the legal maze and obtain successful outcomes for our clients.

Indiana Civil Law


Civil litigation covers just about any non-criminal form of litigation. It is a formal resolution process relying on a court to settle a dispute in some way. Moving forward with litigation without an experienced litigation lawyer can cause extra damage to your reputation and could force you to part with large portions of your assets.



Indiana divorce law covers everything concerning legal separation, child custody, parenting time, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution. When a husband or wife decides that it is necessary to move forward with a divorce, there is almost always an enormous emotional impact and stresses, especially when there are children involved. A skilled Indiana divorce lawyer can’t make the process stress-free, but we sure can help make the transition as smooth as possible. A family law attorney can inform you of your legal options, provide guidance, and protect your rights.



There is nothing more valuable than family. Schwarz Law Office puts great care and effort into facilitating solutions to family law issues that cause a little disruption as possible to daily life – especially for children.