"Adopting one child won't change the world; but for that one child, the world will change. "- unknown

Wesley D. Schrock




Attorney at Law

Wesley D Schrock

Wesley is a family man, which is why his main area of focus is Family Law. One area that is particularly close to his heart is Adoption. He has been helping families adopt children most of his legal career. In fact, he has both a son and a grandson that were able to become a part of his family through the process of adoption. He understands the value behind a smooth and properly handled adoption case.


Wesley has two sons, Matt and Ryan, that he is incredibly proud of. Matt  has a PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University of Louisville and is currently working at McClain Hospital in Boston, a part of Harvard University. He is currently living in Boston with his wife and children, Dylan and Madelyn.  Ryan is also a graduate of Butler University and recently graduated from Life University as a Chiropractor. He is currently pursuing his career opportunities in Colorado. 


Wesley received his Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Anderson University. He then went on to receive a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. During the 70's and 80's, he worked with juvenile law in Madison County, serving as a Juvenile Referee and then the Juvenile Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. During this time, he helped develop The Boys Residential Unit which was the first residential treatment facility in Madison County. It was in the late 70's that he developed an extensive adoption practice. He went on to revamp an orphanage into a juvenile treatment facility in the mid-90's as well. He started & operated collections and settlement companies through the 90's and early 2000's, and served as General Counsel for multiple financial companies. For the past five years, Mr. Schrock has also been one of three Public Defenders in Madison County for CHINS cases. This area of his work allows him to guide parents through the process of reunification with their children and ultimately make a difference in a child's life.


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