Jacob was born and raised on the eastside of Indianapolis. Aside from his time in law school, he has resided in Indiana his entire life. After graduation from law school, Jacob began working in general litigation with a focus on domestic relations. Based on his tenure in domestic relations, Jacob gained extensive litigation experience and has become an adept negotiator and problem solver. His approach to the practice is to try and see every angle to try and resolve issues in an as efficient and satisfactory manner for his client as possible.
Before joining Eads, Murray & Pugh, Jacob was a successful litigator at Banks & Brower, LLC as well as Cordell & Cordell, P.C. Jacob has left the world of domestic relations litigation and now devotes his expertise to representing homeowner associations, condominium associations, and other community associations. Jacob represents the firm’s association clients in collection actions for unpaid assessments, covenant violations, governing document analysis, and revising covenants, bylaws and other documents that control the duties, rights, and powers of his represented communities and their members.
In his free time, Jacob enjoys watching and playing sports, volunteering at local political events and charities, traveling, and spending time with his beautiful wife, Diana, and their adorable baby girl, Charlotte.
Community Associations Institute (CAI)
Indiana State Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association