Maureen E. Gaddy Charles P. Gaddy
Maureen E. Gaddy has been practicing family law for over 30 years. Maureen was born and raised on the Southside of Indianapolis. Maureen attended Southport High School. After High School she attended Ball State University where she obtained her Bachelors of Science with High Honors. It was then Maureen decided to enroll at Indiana University Law School where she obtained her Doctorate of Jurisprudence in 1979.
After being admitted to the Indiana bar in 1979, Maureen has practiced family law for over 30 years. Maureen works hard for her clients using an aggressive yet down-to-earth approach. She has the flexibility to work with opposing parties or to assert a hard line as necessary to protect her clients’ interests. Maureen has a proven track record in contested family law, including but not limited to: divorce, custody, visitation, child support, paternity, and post decree cases. Practicing primarily in Marion, Hendricks, Hamilton, Morgan, and other Indiana counties, Maureen will put her years of experience to work to help you in your matter.
At the law firm of Gaddy & Gaddy, Maureen continues to be compassionate about her clients’ needs and vigorously advocates for her clients in both the courtroom and in negotiations with opposing counsel, never losing sight of what is important to her clients. Maureen takes the time to find out what is important to her clients, gets a perspective of the entire case, and uses her vast negotiation and litigation experiences to creatively and successfully advocate for her clients’ needs.
  • Ball State University
    • Bachelor’s of Science
    • High Honors
  • Indiana University Law School
    • Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1979
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Ben Davis Mothers Club 2000-2004, President 2003-2004
  • Master Commissioner
    • Marion County Superior Court Room 7, 1985 – 1995
  • Guardian Ad Litem via Kids Voice
    • Marion Superior Courts
  • Indiana Continuing Legal Education
    • Presenter
    • Forum and Preparation of Appropriate Written Materials for Each Seminar
Charles P. Gaddy was born and raised in Texas. After moving to Indiana, he attended Indiana University-Purdue University – Indianapolis for his undergraduate education. Afterwards he then attended Indiana University Law School and graduated in 1985. Since passing the Indiana bar in 1985, he has gained extensive experience through his 25 years in the practice of family law, civil litigation, probate, and small business and entrepreneur development. He has had several campaign staff positions ranging from local, city, state, and national wide elections. Later, he gained practical experience of grassroots politics by serving several years as a precinct committeeman and later as a Ward Chairman. If you asked Charles what the major accomplishments of his life were (outside of surviving the raising of 6 children), he would say it was being a co-founder of the Ben Davis Youth Sports Organization and the eventual obtaining, and original construction of, the Ben Davis Youth Sports Park (approximately 120 acres) located at 21st Street and Girls School Road. Charles was also a representative to the United States Youth Soccer Association and was actively involved for three years in bringing the World Cup to the USA in 1994. You may know Charles from being a tireless supporter and coach of youth sports in Wayne Township. He has coached children in numerous programs, including but not limited to: Krannert Flag Football League, Ben Davis Cadet Football, Westlake Little League, Ben Davis Baseball Association, Eagledale Little League, Suburban West Optimist Soccer Club, and Speedway Soccer. For a number of years he was also a volunteer football coach at Ben Davis Junior High School (now known as Ben Davis Unversity), and scouted for the Ben Davis High School football team for several years while it under the leadership of Richard Dullaghan. He also helped administer and coach many Youth Football and Soccer camps statewide. Charles’s experience just begins as an attorney. He loves our community, and vigorously fights for its rights.

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