Joni L. Sedberry
Joni L. Sedberry has devoted her practice to family law since her admittance to the Indiana Bar in 2005. Joni completed her undergraduate studies at Indiana University and received her Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso School of Law. Along with her J.D., Joni received a Child and Family Law Concentration and a Pro Bono Distinction.
Joni utilizes her first hand knowledge as a child whose parents divorced when she was young to assist her clients through the divorce process while keeping the children’s interests at the forefront. Joni represents clients in all areas of family law, including: divorce; child custody; parenting time; relocation, child support; grandparents rights; paternity testing; emancipation; post-decree modifications; and, name changes. Joni strives to assist her clients in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. Joni’s practice extends beyond Hamilton County to all of central Indiana.
Joni is an of counsel member of Broyles, Kight & Ricafort, P.C. Prior to joining the firm, Joni gained legal experience as an associate at a full service firm dedicated to family law. Joni is originally from Grant County and currently resides in Hamilton County with her husband and children. Joni currently serves on the steering committee for the local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group at Geist Christian Church.
Indiana University, A.S., 2000
Indiana University, B.S., 2002
Valparaiso University School of Law, J.D., 2005
Co-author: “Recent Developments: Indiana Family Law,” 40 Indiana Law Review 891 (2007).
Co-author: “Recent Developments: Indiana Family Law,” 41 Indiana Law Review 1020 (2008).
Hamilton County Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association, Family Law Section member
Indiana State Bar Association, Family Law Section and Young Lawyers Section member
American Bar Association, Family Law Section member
Central Indiana Association of Collaborative Professionals, Secretary and member
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, member
Inaugural Midwest Family Law Conference, June, 2008
Ratliff-Cox Inns of Court, The Practical Application of the Newer Family Law Statutes and Ideas, February 2012