Jason Hopper

Practice Manager

Noblesville Divorce Lawyer Jason HopperJason P. Hopper’s passion for family law comes from seeing tears flowing in his office almost daily.

“I often see people when the bottom has fallen out of their lives, and they simply need help finding their way again,” he said.

According to Mr. Hopper, there is nothing more personal and important in a person’s life than their children and their financial security.

“If you have ever been fortunate enough to help someone when they needed it the most it is a pretty incredible feeling,” Mr. Hopper said. “I got to experience this feeling with my first family law client, and continue to experience it on almost a daily basis when I assist my clients in putting together a plan to put the pieces of their lives back together.”

When representing any father in domestic litigation, Mr. Hopper said he strives to analyze his client’s needs and goals, and then develop a comprehensive and collaborative strategy to achieve those goals and deliver the best possible results.

Licenses & Admissions

Mr. Hopper is licensed in Indiana and admitted to practice in all state and appellate courts in Indiana, as well as the federal U.S. District Courts of Indiana.  In 2015, Mr. Hopper was admitted as a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar.


Mr. Hopper received his Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Business from Wabash College. He received his Juris Doctor with a Litigation Concentration from the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.

Professional Experience

Mr. Hopper limits his practice exclusively to domestic litigation, concentrating his practice in counseling and representing men in all areas of family law matters.  Mr. Hopper has a specific emphasis on contested child custody matters, and in advising clients on complex economic aspects of divorce.  Mr. Hopper has extensive experience with cases involving forensic child custody evaluations, vocational rehabilitative assessments, family owned businesses and valuations, as well as drafting premarital agreements.

Mr. Hopper is a former judicial law clerk with the Circuit, Paternity, and Title IV-D Courts of Marion County (Indianapolis), Indiana, and in addition to family law matters has represented individuals, as well as group and class litigants, in employment, personal injury, and insurance disputes in both State and Federal Courts, arbitration, and various administrative agencies.


Mr. Hopper is very active in the legal community, with memberships to the American Bar Association – Family Law Section; Indiana State Bar Association – Family Law Section; Indianapolis Bar Association – Family Law Section; and the Hamilton County Bar Association – Family Law Section.


From 2011-2015, Mr. Hopper was recognized as an Indiana Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers.

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

Mr. Hopper has appeared in The Wall Street Journal and Indiana Lawyer, among other publications. He has also been a repeat guest lecturer at Cordell & Cordell’s annual continuing legal education seminar, and has presented at various other continuing education seminars on several occasions.  Mr. Hopper is a regular contributor to DadsDivorce.com. Mr. Hopper has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal concerning emerging issues in divorce involving cryogenically preserved embryos and has been interviewed several times by the Indiana Lawyer newspaper on family law matters.

Watch Mr. Hopper’s lecture with Melinda Kaufman from Cordell & Cordell’s 2015 Continuing Legal Education seminar on “Preparing Your Client For Third Party Neutrals.”



“Honestly, Mr. Hopper did a tremendous job! You get what you pay for, right? I can’t say that I have anything at all to complain about!”


“Honestly, everything was pretty easy. The whole process from start to [finish] went great. Jason was exceptional. I honestly don’t have any complaints. He even had a vacation scheduled during my case, but he handled everything and the office staff was very responsive while he was out.”


“I thought Mr. Hopper did an excellent job. I would certainly use his services again if I needed to. He was very on top of things.”


“I think he’s done a very good job of being very businesslike and laying out the pros and cons of various suggestions that I’ve made or settlement considerations that I have had. I think he’s done a great job.”


“I am well-satisfied and feel I was well-represented.  All of my questions were answered when I asked and there was a quick response.”


“I found Jason to be very effective, very knowledgeable and to the point. I appreciated that in an attorney.”


“Working with Jason has been good. He is very knowledgeable and responsive. All of my emails and calls were returned the same day. For me, communication with my attorney was important and Jason excelled with that. I appreciated working with Jason.”


“I’m very satisfied with everything Jason has done so far.  Excellent service, first-class knowledge and very professional.”


“This is the hardest time in my life.  I went into the office confused and brokenhearted.  Jason did a great job explaining my options and what was going on.  I’m still in a daze and at a loss, but without his help I wouldn’t have made it through.  I’m very happy I have chosen Cordell & Cordell.  Win, lose, or draw, I feel I’m in the right place.”


“Jason has been very attentive, efficient, and understanding to make the process that much easier to go through.  He’s been great!”


“I went through several attorneys with my divorce, and I’ve never had an attorney keep me updated the way Jason has.  He is phenomenal.  Every chance I get, I tell people about him.  I couldn’t say enough about him.  He’s by far the best attorney I’ve ever had.  He explains things in layman’s terms and is extremely intelligent.  I’m extremely pleased with him.  He’s been really supportive.  I feel no apprehension with Jason; I have a ton of confidence in him.”

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Mr. Hopper has been a regular contributor to the Indianapolis Bar Association’s “Ask a Lawyer” program.  In addition to his involvement in the legal community, Mr. Hopper is active with the Hamilton County Association of Wabash Men.