Popcheff & Dinn is a family law firm with roots in Speedway dating back almost fifty years. We have the experience to meet the needs of our hard-working clients and the compassion to find solutions that work. Sometimes you need a skillful attorney to take your case to trial. Other times you need a thoughtful advocate to broker a compromise. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
Popcheff & Dinn started as the Popcheff Law Office in the early 1970s when George T. Popcheff opened his law office at 5023 West 16th Street in Speedway. Fifty years after becoming a law office and more than 100 years after being built, the tall, red-brick building with a red tile roof remains one of Speedway’s most memorable buildings. George was well-known in Speedway and the West Side for his civic involvement and legal prowess.
In the late 1990s as George was planning for retirement, Connie Popcheff, his daughter-in-law, was entering private practice after serving as a Section Chief for the Indiana Attorney General. Connie helped George transition to retirement and immediately began serving the people of Central Indiana at the Popcheff Law Office.
Connie grew the practice and began focusing on family law. In 2013 Connie partnered with her son, Matt Dinn, to form Popcheff & Dinn, LLP. Popcheff & Dinn continues to serve clients from the same office on West 16th Street.
Popcheff and Dinn is proud to participate in a number of community activities and organizations including Kids’ Voice of Indiana, Speedway Relay for Life, Speedway Chamber of Commerce, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, the Indianapolis Bar Association, and the Hendricks County Bar Association.
In addition to our other community activities and involvement, we offer a free lending library with well over 150 books.
- Connie Dinn Popcheff(1951-2019)
Connie was, foremost, driven to help others. Before a successful career in law, she dedicated her life to caring for others as a nurse. Having obtained a Masters in Nursing, Connie was a team leader in nursing units at both Wishard and Methodist. She also found time to serve as an Associate Professor in the Cardiovascular Module of IUPUI’s Associate Degree Program. Connie transitioned from a nurse to a lawyer and immediately put her experience to use with the Indiana Department of Health and later as the Section Chief of the Medial Licensing Division of the Indiana Attorney General’s Office.
Connie was inducted into the Indiana State Bar Association’s GP Hall of Fame in 2010. She served as the Chair of the Indiana State Bar Association’s General Practice Solo and Small Firm Section. Connie was actively involved as a Guardian ad Litem with Kids’ Voice of Indiana where she was recognized as the volunteer of the year in 2015.
Connie’s determination and passion for helping others is a cornerstone of the firm today. She is missed but she is not forgotten.
- George T. Popcheff(1923-1999)
George T. Popcheff founded the Popcheff Law Office, later Popcheff & Dinn, in the iconic red-brick building that houses the firm today. A long-time resident of Speedway, George was a well known and well respected figure in the community. He served for twenty years on the Marion County Alcoholic Beverage Board and was a precinct committeeman for thirty-five years. Mr. Popcheff was honored as a Sagamore of the Wabash.
Prior to his career in law, George was awarded the Purple Heart for his service in the Air Force during both World War II and the Korean War.
He earned his bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and was a 1957 graduate of Denver Law School.