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Raymond P. Dudlo

Associate, Evansville

A versatile and client-focused attorney, Raymond is a member of the Business Litigation, Real Estate and Family Law practices. He joined SKO in 2017 with the firm’s merger with Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn. His clients include businesses, municipalities, landowners and parents. Raymond enjoys taking the time to assure his clients understand the complexities of their cases and the available options so they can make informed decisions.

 

Education
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
2010, J.D.
Texas Christian University
2007, B.A.
Admissions
Indiana
Texas
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana

Recognition

  • Volunteer Lawyer Program of Southwest Indiana, Pro Bono Initiative Award, 2010, 2011

Affiliations

  • Indiana State Bar Association, member; House of Delegates, delegate
  • Evansville Bar Association, member; Diversity Committee, member; Family Law Section, chair; Real Property Section, vice-chair
  • Gibson Bar Association, member
  • Warrick Bar Association, member
  • HOPE of Evansville, board member
  • Volunteer Lawyer Program of Southwestern Indiana
  • Youth Resources Teen Court, attorney advisor
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Meet Raymond

My Focus

Business Litigation: My business and litigation practice focuses on guiding and helping clients—from government agencies to private corporations. Developing a relationship with clients to understand their needs is fundamental to my practice. I focus on each client’s objectives, to ensure their success. It is crucial that clients understand their options and risks so they may choose how to move forward. If necessary, I also enjoy working with clients on their appellate needs.

 

Family Law: My family law practice focuses on helping families facing a difficult and uncertain time. I help my clients resolve custody and parenting time disputes while focusing on the needs of the children. For dissolution cases, it is important to ensure a proper and fair division of assets, which may include complex business valuation and estate issues. I enjoy working with my clients on a variety of family and juvenile matters such as adoptions, Department of Child Services’ cases and guardianships.

Looking Ahead

Developing technologies continue to shift how attorneys work and litigate. Technological advancements are changing the world at an incredible pace. These changes impact everything, from the creation of evidence, how business is conducted and to litigation. As the practice of law continues to evolve, embracing technology is necessary. Staying ahead of the curve is essential to protecting our clients' interests and better serving their needs.