Known as a thoughtful, determined problem-solver, who is committed to finding positive, constructive approaches for resolving family legal issues, Amy L. Stewart practices exclusively in the firm’s family and matrimonial law division. She assists clients with a full range of family law matters, including separation and divorce, paternity, asset valuation, division and distribution, child custody, child support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, cohabitation, and domestic partnership.
Amy brings to her clients a passion for designing creative out-of-court solutions, honed during more than 25 years of professional experience. Well-versed in each of the alternative legal processes available to families, Amy helps clients select the process that fits them best. She is a leader in collaborative law in Indiana, and also serves clients as a perceptive and resourceful mediator. Amy’s dignified, discrete approach resonates well with her clientele, which includes business owners and professionals in the financial, legal, and medical fields, celebrities, professional athletes, and community leaders.
With her energy for problem solving, negotiation, and out-of-court settlement, Amy skillfully guides clients in identifying and achieving their interests and in maintaining healthy family relationships, protecting children from the harm of family conflict, and preserving wealth and assets from costly, prolonged litigation.While clients may begin a legal process in considerable distress, Amy’s calm and grace, combined with her wisdom and experience, allows clients to honor their values and look forward to the future.
Amy joined Mallor | Grodner LLP in 2014 after working as a partner at a large law firm in Indianapolis. Prior to her legal career, Amy held a number of high-level positions in government and business. She credits her earlier experience with teaching her the value of building trust and respect, even between adversaries; with broadening her perspective, beyond legally-based solutions; and with giving her an unshakable belief in the potential to improve people’s quality of life.