McNeely Stephenson

Family Law, Criminal Defense, & Estate Planning Law Firm in New Albany, IN

McNeely Stephenson

318 Pearl Street
Suite 200

New Albany, Indiana 47150

Phone(812) 725-8224 or(800) 575-5711
Fax (317) 825-5205

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Law Firm Overview

McNeely Stephenson, with offices in New Albany, Shelbyville, and Indianapolis, Indiana, provides a broad range of legal services to individuals, business professionals, companies, and organizations in Indiana and Kentucky. Our practice areas encompass civil litigation; commercial litigation including but not limited to breach of contract and fiduciary duty, antitrust and employment claims, intellectual property, and business torts; criminal defense of DUI, drug possession, and robbery; estate planning, probate, and elder law; family law such as divorce and spousal maintenance, child custody and support, adoption, and domestic abuse; personal injury and wrongful death; product liability and insurance defense; real estate; and creditors’ rights.

McNeely Stephenson has more than 50 years of experience representing people and companies in their disputes and finding solutions. Our skilled trial attorneys are also effective in negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution.

The broad knowledge and diverse experience of those in our practice makes us prepared to meet a variety of your legal needs for both immediate concerns and those you may encounter later.

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Drug Possession Defense; Power of Attorney; Guardianship; Living Wills; Advanced Health Directive; Long-term Care Options; Probate and Estate Administration; Domestic Abuse; Stepparent Adoption; Spousal Maintenance; Creditor’s Rights; Real Estate Title Services; Directors’ and Officers’ Liability; Contract Disputes; Ownership Disputes; Shareholder Litigation; Employee Disputes; Lender/Borrower Opinions; ADA Compliance; Property Disputes; Business and Contractual Disputes; Product Recalls; Automotive Defects; Easements, Covenants, Deeds and other Instruments.


Larry Church Mr. Larry Church
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation


Gary Banet Mr. Gary Banet
Estate and Trust, Estate Planning, General Practice, Inheritance Law, Personal Property

Dana Eberle-Peay Ms. Dana Eberle-Peay
Adoption, Alimony, Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Divorce

Steven Langdon Mr. Steven P. Langdon
Estate and Trust, Estate Planning, General Practice, Inheritance Law, Personal Property

Jason Lopp Mr. Jason Lopp
Banking and Finance, Business Litigation, Construction Law, Corporate Litigation, Eminent Domain

Marc Tawfik Mr. Marc Tawfik
Accident, Animal Bites, Arson, Asbestos Mesothelioma, Assault


  • Louisville Bar Association
  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Indiana State Bar Association

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Articles Published by McNeely Stephenson

 At What Age Should a Child Have a Say-So in Shared Parenting Agreements?

A broken relationship is hard on everyone. When two people have decided to build a life together and made the attempt, having that life ripped apart can be devastating. Finances, property and even friendships are split. Emotions often overrule logic. But many times it is the innocent bystanders -- the children -- who are hurt the most.

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 Prenups - New Albany, Indiana

Several recent media reports have pointed out an interesting phenomenon of modern culture: Millennials, the group of young people born beginning in the mid-80s to late-90s (aged roughly 18 to 34) have far outpaced their parents in protecting their assets during marriage by signing personalized prenuptial agreements before walking up the aisle.

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 Elder Financial Abuse: Protecting Those Who Can No Longer Take Care of Themselves

When the media reports on elder abuse, physical abuse almost always seems to come to the forefront, and for good reason: the physical safety of the elderly, those that often cannot protect themselves, is and should be the first concern for protecting our older friends and relatives.

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