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Kelly A. Lonnberg

Member , Evansville IN


Kelly A. Lonnberg

Member , Evansville IN

A Member at Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office, Kelly serves as chair of the firm’s Family Law practice and is Co-Chair of the Arbitration & Mediation practice group. She joined SKO in 2017 as part of the firm’s merger with Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, and has extensive legal experience. She is a Certified Family Law Specialist, as certified by the Indiana Family Law Certification Board, and is a registered Family Law Mediator. She has focused on high asset and business interest divorces, but these days she is transitioning her practice to mediation.

Kelly helps lessen the difficulties of divorce for families through “collaborative practice,” a growing legal specialty that’s focused on helping parties avoid litigation. She provides options to minimize conflicts, consulting as needed with financial planners and other 3rd-party resources.

Mediation is a large part of Kelly’s practice, and she works both with represented parties and parties who have not yet or may not retain counsel, to determine what issues they can resolve by agreement and help them reduce those agreements to writing.

Kelly also assists clients through four other practice groups at the firm, including Business Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation, Trusts & Estates, and Tort, Trial & Insurance.

Whether she’s handling a case as a mediator or representing an individual client, Kelly leverages her creative problem-solving skills to arrive at an agreeable resolution, in a manner that’s compassionate, efficient, and cost-effective.


Southern Illinois University, 1988, J.D.

University of Illinois, 1985, B.A. and B.S.


Admitted In

  • Indiana

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana

Professional & Community Activities

  • American Bar Association

  • Indiana State Bar Association

  • Evansville Bar Association, Past Board Member; Family Law Section, Past Chair

  • Gibson County Bar Association

  • Warrick County Bar Association

  • Guardian ad Litem Family Oversight Committee, Judicial Conference Committee Member

  • Indiana Family Law Task Force, Member

  • Indiana Bar Character and Fitness, Board Member

  • Brooks Inns of Court, member and Past President

  • Indiana Family Law Specialist Certification Board, Board Member

  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, International and Indiana Chapter Member, Past Chapter President, Current Chapter board member

  • Indiana Chapter Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Immediate Past President, 2019

  • Volunteer Lawyer Program, Participant

  • Christian Life Center Board of Directors, Past Member

  • Pro Bono Mediation Task Force, Past Member

  • Legal Aid Society of Evansville Board of Directors, Past President


  • Best Lawyers® 2023 Family Law “Lawyer of the Year” in Evansville

  • The Best Lawyers in America®, Family Law, 2019 – present

  • The Best Lawyers in America®, Commercial Litigation, 2024


    • You Can’t Always Get What You Want, But With These Tips You Might Get What You Need, Evansville Bar Association, 2015
    • Drafting and Responding to Discovery in Family Law, Evansville Bar Association, 2014
    • Practical Guide to Mediation, Evansville Bar Association, 2014
    • Good Answers to Weird Questions Family Law Clients Ask, Evansville Bar Association, 2013
    • Advanced Family Law, Revisions to the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines, ICLEF, 2013
    • Financial Oversights in Divorce, Evansville Bar Association, 2012
    • Children and the Law, Evansville Bar Association, 2011
    • Understanding Drug Testing to Better Serve your Clients, Evansville Bar Association, 2011
    • Family Law from A to Z, Evansville National Business Institute, 2011
    • Dialogue Between Bench and Bar, Evansville Bar Association, 2011
    • Alternative Dispute Methods in Family Law, Evansville Bar Association, 2010
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