New Rules Go Into Effect Thursday, January 1, 2015By Richard A. Mann, Richard A. Mann PCNote: This article was originally published prior to the effective rule changes. Readers can still benefit by reviewing the changes and ensuring that they are up to date on the latest rules.
The Indiana Supreme Court has approved changes to many Indiana Rules. Regardless of your area of practice, these rules may affect you and current cases. The rules affected range from small claims court to tax court to the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct.
for a list of the rules and the effective dates. After January 1, you can go here
. A helpful tip is to periodically check both sites and download the rules to your desktop, tablet and favorite smart phone device. This site can be more recent than the books you buy. Of course, the site reminds these court rules are posted for informational purposes only. Official rules and citations are available from Thomson/West.This post was contributed by Richard A. Mann, Richard A. Man PC. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Family Law Section page, please email Mary Kay Price at firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe to more Family Law Section news like the article above, click here to update your news subscriptions. Your news subscriptions appear in your bi-weekly E-Bulletin and on your personalized IndyBar homepage.Keep an eye out for our newest e-newsletter for members, Bar Talk, featuring the top IndyBar posts each month!