History and Mission
Horne Legal is a small, highly respected law firm that helps businesses and individuals in Arizona and Indiana find solutions to their problems. With offices in Scottsdale and Indianapolis, it focuses on helping businesses achieve their goals by making smart decisions that avoid litigation and representing them in court when litigation is unavoidable. It helps individuals resolve their family law issues, whether that means obtaining a divorce that will best serve their long-terms interests or negotiating fair obligations of child and spousal support. The firm also represents businesses, agencies and persons in a variety of other matters, including civil appeals, personal injury, civil rights, and educational matters.
Founding member William McHenry Horne is a former newspaper reporter and editor who served as a law clerk for a United States District Court judge and worked as an associate for Lewis & Kappes, P.C., a medium-sized business litigation firm In Indianapolis, before starting the firm in 2009.
Since then, the firm has been helping persons and businesses solve disputes, vindicate their rights, and fulfill their goals. William also served as a deputy attorney general in the civil litigation section of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General from 2013 to 2015. There he defended state employees, including educators, state police and correctional officers and other officials from allegations of civil rights violations, and state agencies in various contract disputes, declaratory actions and other litigation matters.
While the firm offers, when possible, flexible fee agreements, we believe the most the most important component of civil litigation is the attorney-client relationship. We work closely with clients to help them achieve their long-term goals.
The firm’s Scottsdale office, serving the Phoenix metropolitan area, is conveniently located near the 101 interchange with Via de Ventura. Its Indianapolis office is located near the Castleton I-465 interchange on the metropolitan area’s growing Northside.