Morog Joins Harrison & Moberly as Partner

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Harrison & Moberly LLP has named Tamie Morog partner. She practices primarily in family law, including the areas of dissolution and paternity; pre- and post-nuptial agreements; children’s issues such as child support, custody, college support and adoption; and grandparent rights and guardianships. Other attorneys hire Morog as a Guardian Ad Litem, Parenting Coordinator, Mediator or Arbitrator. The firm says she is also an experienced Collaborative Law attorney. Morog will practice out of the firm's new Lebanon office. She started her business career as a licensed stock and commodities broker, but became an attorney in New York State in 1995. In 1999 she began practicing law in Indiana. In 2008 Morog, in addition to her private practice, was elected as the Lebanon City Court Judge.  She held this position until the City Council closed the court. Morog has also served as vice president of the Boone County United Way, finance chair of Lebanon Educational Foundation, Lebanon Kiwanis board member, board member of Love In the Name of Christ, the Boone County Community Clinic and The Cabin and vice president and president of the Boone County Bar Association.

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