Mary Fondrisi Jeffersonville Business Lawyer

Mary E. Fondrisi Partner

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Practice Areas

  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Relations Mediations
  • Family & Post Divorce
  • Guardianships
  • Probate & Estate Planning
  • Real Estate Law
  • Social Security Disability

Practice Overview

Partner Mary Fondrisi has been practicing with this firm for more than 25 years. During this time she has earned great respect for her legal skills and her commitment to making our community a better place.

Ms. Fondrisi represents individuals and small businesses in a wide range of legal areas including estate planning, probate, and family law. Her family law practice consists of representing clients in custody, parenting time, support, paternity, adoptions, and relocation cases. Her probate practice includes guardianships, adoptions, and wrongful death actions. She also works as a domestic relations mediator and Guardian ad Litem.

Regardless of the matter at hand, Ms. Fondrisi focuses on seeking solutions to client’s legal needs and providing support in matters that are highly emotional. Mary helps clients understand the nuances of their legal matters and aids in developing strategies and alternatives for resolving the issues at hand. In matters concerning adverse parties, Ms. Fondrisi seeks to resolve matters through negotiation and settlement whenever possible, as a favorable settlement is usually in the best interest of clients. However, if an acceptable settlement is not forthcoming, Ms. Fondrisi provides clients with zealous representation by advancing the client’s interests before the court.

How I Serve Clients

I’m committed to our community, having lived in Clark County and worked in Southern Indiana for more than 40 years. Prior to attending law school, I was a real estate broker and started a local restaurant that thrived for over 40 years. I also worked at a local bank in both the loan and trust departments. I understand the needs of individuals and small business owners in our community and strive to develop solutions to their matters that can be achieved expeditiously.

When clients are experiencing a difficult matter, such as a divorce, custody dispute, or a probate matter, I am by their side to provide the emotional support needed. When business owners need help with contracts or other matters, as a business owner myself, I can appreciate the objectives they seek.

No legal matter is “too small” for the client experiencing the problem. Nor is there any “small” legal matter for me. I give attention and detail to every client’s matter as if it were my own case and recognize how such resolution might affect the client, their family, and the community.