Attorney Profile


Attorney Profile:  Jon Spurr

Jon Spurr is a native of the Wabash Valley, born in Clinton, Indiana.  He has been actively practicing law since 1998 with a focus on Divorce, Paternity, Custody, Child Support, Visitation matters, Adoptions, Guardianships and CHINS proceedings.  Jon is a Domestic Relations Mediator and is available to perform services as a Guardian Ad Litem.  Jon is also licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois.

Spurr Law Offices, P.C. is conveniently located in downtown Terre Haute at the corner of 6th and Ohio.  Spurr Law Offices, P.C. is on the second floor of the Star Building, right above Newlin-Johnson. 

        Graduate of:
        South Vermillion High School
        Indiana University
        Indiana University School of Law

Admitted to Practice in Indiana, Illinois and the United States District Courts for Southern Indiana, Northern Indiana and Central Illinois.

Areas of Practice:  Divorce, Paternity, Custody, Child Support, Visitation matters, Adoptions, Guardianships, CHINS, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Business Disputes, Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, Living Wills, Power of Attorney and Criminal matters.

Other Services Offered:

Mediation
Jon's name has been added to the Registry of Approved Court Mediators.  Jon offers his services as a Mediator in Domestic Relations matters.   Mediation is a method of resolving conflicts without recourse to court, where a neutral 3rd party (mediator) supports those involved to resolve the dispute themselves on a purely voluntary basis and to find an appropriate solution for all parties (win-win situation).  Jon offers Mediation services for people involved in Divorce, Paternity, Custody, Child Support, Visitation matters, Adoptions, Guardianships and CHINS proceedings as well as for people who are thinking about filing for divorce but who have not made a decision yet.  Jon is also qualified to act as a Family Law Arbitrator.

Guardian Ad Litem
Jon also offers his services as a Guardian Ad Litem to investigate Custody disputes and CHINS matters and to provide a detailed report to the court from the point of view of the children's best interests.