tmorog@harrisonmoberly.com           317-267-0285 


Helping clients through divorce with clarity, civility and Collaboration.

Practice Areas

  • Collaborative Law
  • Divorce
  • Family law mediation
  • Emancipation
  • Family law arbitration
  • Guardianships
  • Paternity
  • Guardian Ad Litem
  • Custody
  • College Support
  • Child support


Tamie Morog started her business career as a licensed stock and commodities broker. After the birth of her children she became an attorney in New York State. In 1998 Tamie and her family moved back to her home state of Indiana, and in 1999 she began practicing law in Indiana. In 2008 and until the Lebanon City Court was closed, Tamie was the City Court Judge. Tamie has practiced family law for 20 years. She has helped hundreds of families with divorces, paternities, support and emancipation issues, guardianships, custody and adoption. Other attorneys and courts call her to act as a Guardian Ad Litem for children. She enjoys mediation for unrepresented people as well as people represented by attorneys. Recently she became an Independent Hearing Officer and Mediator for the Indiana State Department of Education. Tamie has come to believe that litigation is the least effective way to resolve family issues and strongly encourages her clients to arrive at a resolution via the Collaborative Process and or mediation.

Education and Membership

Tamie is a member of Trader’s Point Christian Church.

She received her B.A. from Ball State University, and her juris doctorate from the State University of New York in Buffalo. She is admitted to practice law in the United States Supreme Court, the United States District Courts for the Western District of New York and the Southern District of Indiana, New York State Bar and Indiana State Bar. Tamie has served as the President of the Boone County Bar Association.

Family and Community Involvement

Tamie and her husband have three adult daughters and two grandchildren. She enjoys working out on her bicycle and at the YMCA. Tamie has served on many community boards including the Boone County United Way, Lebanon Educational Foundation, Lebanon Kiwanis, Love in the Name of Christ, the Boone County Community Clinic, the Cabin and Live for Life. Tamie participates in mission trips and takes sunglasses to the adults and children in the Mathare Valley, Nairobi, Kenya.

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