For clients throughout Southern Indiana, Feavel & Porter, LLP provides focused, practical advice that considers the big legal picture without losing sight of the details.  We approach your legal challenges so that we can deliver solutions that are focused on your family, your business and your world.  While much has changed since Jonathan began his legal practice in 1994, our commitment to serving our clients has not.  Client satisfaction and loyalty have allowed us to maintain a growing and premier law firm. Institutions, government agencies, charitable entities, successful organizations, individuals and families rely on us for solutions that create resolution. They know their important cases, sophisticated transactions, and complex business issues require the focused and personal approach that has become a Feavel & Porter, LLP hallmark.  We have been serving the area’s legal needs since 1994.

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Any Indiana resident of lawful age may petition the Court to adopt a child under the age of 18. A medical history form must be completed and filed within 60 days of the petition. Adoptions include private placement adoptions, Agency adoptions and step-parent or relative adoptions.


Personal Injury

There is a large body of law that governs your right to recover for personal or property injuries you sustained. A Court will consider, among other factors, what caused the injury, whether it was a "slip and fall," a defective product was involved, an automobile, or was negligent or intentional.



Although you may have heard differently, it is not difficult or expensive to file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code. If you need assistance with your current financial difficulties, please contact us for an appointment and a free Bankruptcy information package.


Real Estate

For virtually all aspects of Indiana real estate transactions and litigation, Feavel & Porter, LLP can provide you with experienced legal representation. Whether you require assistance with a real estate transaction or need representation in a real estate dispute, our team is highly knowledgeable in Indiana real estate law and will guide you to an effective solution.


Family Law

Family Law refers to the laws governing marriage, divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, adoption and like matters. A divorce is defined as the legal dissolution of a marriage. A marriage can also be dissolved through an annulment.


Wills, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney and Deeds

Often in a small community there is a general need for the preparation of simple wills, living wills, medical directives, powers of attorneys, general deeds and quitclaim deeds. Since 1994, Jonathan has been providing clients with the documents they need to solve their pressing concerns.


Jonathan T. Feavel

Jonathan Feavel was born in Oshkosh, WI on April 1, 1969. He completed his preparatory education at Bob Jones University (B.S., Business) in 1991. Thereafter, he attended Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, VA. While at Regent University, Feavel acquired numerous scholastic honors including the American Jurisprudence Award for Trial Practice, Regional and National ABA Negotiation titles, and the Award for Excellence for the Outstanding Graduate in the School of Law. Feavel graduated with honors in 1994 and moved to Vincennes, IN.

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Andrew K. Porter

Andrew Kent Porter graduated from the Regent University School of law in 2010. At graduation, Porter was honored for his inclusion in “Who’s Who Among American College and University Students” for his outstanding achievements while attending Regent. During his tenure at the law school he was chosen as a Blackstone Fellowship recipient, served as the Managing Editor for the school’s Law Review, participated in negotiations training and competitions, and graduated in the top 5% of his law class. Andrew was widely respected by his fellow students as well as the University faculty. While at school he also assisted a tenured professor in completing a nationally published treatise and held a number of important internships (including the American Center for Law and Justice and one of the Hampton Roads leading law firms).

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