Firm Overview

“The practice of law is an honor and a privilege”

Welcome to Gresk and Singleton, LLP, a 21 year old law firm with practices in U.S. immigration law, criminal defense, family law, civil and bankruptcy litigation. In June 2008, we celebrated the opening of our new commercial building located in the St. Joseph historic neighborhood.  We are now just two blocks east of our former offices at Gateway Plaza, the location for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Immigration and Customs Enforcement – Indianapolis Division. This move supports the expansion of our legal services to the thriving downtown Indianapolis community and particularly to immigrant families and their employers throughout the State of Indiana. We offer bilingual language support in Spanish, French, Italian and Arabic.

Description of Practice Areas

The laws of the U.S. and the State of Indiana apply to all individuals residing in the U.S.-whether you are a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or have no status here at all. Our practice offers services for these particular needs:

Immigration to the U.S.

  • Permanent immigration through family or employment, asylum, or protected classes of people (TPS, crime victims, battered spouses)
  • Temporary status in the U.S. to visit, as a victim of a crime, temporary protected status and to work in an employment position
  • Maintaining permanent residency status, naturalization, or citizenship
  • Release from immigration enforcement custody and prevention of deportation from the U.S.

Criminal Defense

  • Defense of state and federal criminal charges
  • Analysis of past or pending criminal convictions for immigration consequences
  • Modification or relief from prior convictions
  • Collection of criminal records


  • Evaluation and advice on debtor bankruptcy filings and credit issues
  • Availability of bankruptcy relief under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code

Family Law

  • Divorce and dissolution of marriage
  • Analysis of or amendment of divorce decrees that may have unintended immigration consequences
  • Adoption of foreign born children who seek immigration benefits


  • Actions to seek recovery for injuries caused by negligence
  • Contract disputes