Ann Carol Nash


  • Family Law, including Collaborative Divorce
  • Municipal Law
  • Mediation

Undergraduate Education – Elmhurst College
Law School – Notre Dame Law School

For Ann Carol Nash, helping others is her vocation. Helping them help themselves is her passion. Ann Carol realizes that laws are meant to serve people. These qualities have led her to practice domestic relations, municipal law, estate and advance medical care planning, and estate administration. She uses her legal skills and knowledge so people can stay safe, solve problems and get along with each other.

As a family lawyer, Ann Carol deals with divorces, paternity cases, and guardianships. She understands the impact Family Law has on people’s lives. She has co-authored three volumes on the subject that have become valuable tools for legal practitioners. Ann Carol also offers collaborative divorce as an option for those seeking to divorce with a minimum of conflict.

Ann Carol has represented local governments for over 20 years, concentrating on public safety and drafting legislation. She has a distinct ability to get opposing community groups to work together to make for a healthier and more enjoyable place to live.

Ann Carol offers estate planning and advance medical care planning, giving clients and their families peace of mind as they make important decisions for their futures.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law, including Collaborative Divorce
  • Municipal Law
  • Mediation
Bar Admissions
  • Indiana Supreme Court
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Indiana
  • Notre Dame Law School
    • Juris Doctor
  • Elmhurst College
    • Bachelor of Arts
Mediation and Collaborative Law Education
  • St. Joseph County Bar Association Domestic Mediation Course
  • IUPUI Law School Public Policy Civil Mediation Course
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
  • Adjunct Professor – Ivy Tech Community College, Paralegal Studies Program – Legal Ethics, Business Law, Family Law
  • Speaker – Indiana Association for Community and Economic Development
  • Speaker – Indiana Continuing Legal Education Foundation
  • Speaker – Indiana State Bar Solo and Small Firm Practice Seminar
Judicial Clerkships
  • Hon. Robert L. Miller, Jr., United States District Court
  • Hon. Michael E. Dodge, Cass County Michigan Circuit Court
  • Co-Author, Indiana Practice Series, Family Law, Volumes 14, 15 and 15A  West Publishing (Thomson Reuters)
Professional Associations
  • Indiana Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program – Committee Member and Volunteer
  • Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association
  • Indiana State and St. Joseph County Bar Associations
Community Service
  • Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association – Past President
  • St. Joseph County Bar Association
  • Northern Indiana Historical Society Education Committee
  • Goodwill LEADS Board Member
  • Prince of Peace Church Board Member