About McCaslin & McCaslin Law
McCASLIN & McCASLIN is a husband and wife team that has an extensive background in the practice of law and focuses its law practice in Elkhart County. James McCaslin earned his law degree from Indiana University (Bloomington) and Nancy earned her law degree from Valparaiso University.
The law firm has provided legal services to individuals, families, and businesses in Elkhart and the surrounding area for more than 35 years. Our goal, in addition to providing quality service, is to help each client understand the legal process and work with each client to reach a satisfactory solution.
James McCaslin has been involved in community organizations and has served on various boards of directors. He has worked with the Boy Scout Council, the Elkhart County Humane Society, Elkhart Community Hospice, and the Elkhart County Multiple Listing Service. He is currently serving as legal counsel for the Elkhart County Board of Realtors. He served as a reviewer of legislative drafts for a law initiative working in the countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Mr. McCaslin served as Elkhart City Attorney, and as part of that responsibility, was a member of the Elkhart Board of Works.
Nancy McCaslin was a teacher before joining her husband in the practice of law. She has taught business law courses at Indiana University South Bend and as a guest lecturer in Central and Eastern European countries through a European law initiative. Mrs. McCaslin has been involved in community organizations and incorporated Elkhart Community Hospice, Inc. and served on its board of directors. She also served on the Board of Trustees for The Stanley Clark School. She was a deputy prosecuting attorney, has represented clients in the courts of appeal, and has argued before the Indiana Court of Appeals and Indiana Supreme Court. She has also written for a major law publisher.
Rachel Miller, a 2017 graduate of the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, has joined the firm as an associate attorney. During law school, Rachel served an externship with the Indiana Court of Appeals and was a child advocate in cases involving termination of parental rights and children in need of services. As a certified legal extern, she litigated a child support and adoption matter. She completed her undergraduate work at Indiana University South Bend, earning a degree, with high distinction, in criminal justice. Rachel was a member of the Jewish Law Students Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association while in law school and is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association.