Brittany Hendrix

Indiana Family & Juvenile Lawyer

Attorney Brittany Hendrix has a commitment to counseling individuals and families through complex domestic relations situations. She serves Langer and Langer clients with exceptional legal and interpersonal skills. Her experience includes handling divorce matters involving child custody and support, division of marital property, and alimony. She regularly represents victims or perpetrators of domestic violence in civil protection order proceedings, drafts prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, and handles cases involving adoption, guardianship, juvenile delinquency, and child abuse and neglect. Brittany is adept at managing the emotionally volatile environment that is the common in the practice of family law.

Earlier in her career, Brittany served for five years as Deputy Prosecutor in the Child Support Division of the Porter County Prosecutor’s Office. She managed a caseload focused on paternity and support establishment as well as support enforcement, modifications, and related actions. Her work also involved mediation of concerns regarding child support awards.

During law school, Brittany was a Victim Advocate, Criminal Appeals in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. She communicated with and supported victims, researched and wrote appellate briefs, and maintained records for the Address Confidentiality Program. In addition, she participated in the National Center for Victims of Crime National Training Institute.

Brittany regularly presents at the Indiana State Child Support Conference, which gathers all county, state, tribal, and federal employees that work full or part-time in the Title IV-D program. Her past topics include “Domestic Violence and Child Support,” “Social Security and Child Support,” and “Nuts and Bolts for New Attorneys.”

Professional Associations, Honors, and Activities

A leader in the community, Brittany serves on the board of Indiana YMCA Youth and Government and The Caring Place, a non-profit serving the needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims, where she also serves as vice chair. Brittany was on the golf team in high school and college and enjoys playing in leagues now. She also spends time in the kitchen cooking and baking and outdoors bird watching.

Brittany is admitted to practice in Indiana.