Dominiack Legal Services provides Bankruptcy, Family Law and Personal Injury legal representation for Northern Indiana residents from its South Bend offices.

Firm Overview

Julie Dominiack became an attorney because of a firm belief that the legal profession should be about helping clients solve problems and improve their lives. This problem solving orientation is a fundamental part of her South Bend law firm's philosophy. She frequently employs effective negotiation and alternate dispute resolution (ADR) approaches to achieve cost-effective dispositions to her clients' cases while minimizing the potential anxiety and financial hardships that may be experienced by her clients.

Stop by today for your free consultation with Julie. We are located downtown at 137 N. Michigan Street, South Bend, IN 46601.
Main Office
Main Office
137 N. Michigan Street
South Bend  IN  46601
About Dominiack Legal Services, LLC

Our experienced and knowledgeable team at Dominiack Legal Services, LLC provides quality legal representation to clients in the areas of family law, personal injury, bankruptcy and collections. While we provide the expertise and skill of a large law firm, it is delivered with the attention to personal service more typically associated with a small firm. Our South Bend law firm limits our caseload because we would rather provide exemplary service to a smaller number of clients than provide average service to a large number of clients. Because of the nature of the types of legal issues that we handle, we recognize that many of our clients are dealing with severe financial and/or emotional challenges and in many cases physical challenges as well.

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