Columbus, Indiana Attorney

Tammara J. Sparks, Associate

Email: Contact Attorney -Tammara J. Sparks      |  Phone:  812.372.5785        |  Fax: 812.372.4928

Tammara was born and raised in Greenfield, Indiana. She graduated from Ball State University with a B.S. in Business Management and attended law school at Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis. She moved to Columbus after completing law school in 1989. She was a stay at home mom until her daughter, Tiffany, began school. Tammara began her legal career as the staff attorney at Bartholomew Area Legal Aid, Inc. in 1993 where she assisted low-income families with civil legal issues including paternity, divorce, custody, landlord/tenant disputes and public benefit issues. She went on to become the Executive Director of Legal Aid were she remained until 2010. She began her affiliation with Thomasson, Thomasson, Long & Guthrie, P.C. in the Spring of 2011.

Tammara focuses primarily on family law. Her experience includes litigation, negotiation and mediation in divorce, paternity, guardianship and adoption cases. Tammara believes that family law matters should be resolved without court intervention whenever possible. After practicing for the last 20 + years, she believes that resolution without court intervention results in better outcomes and less future conflict between the parties. However, she is willing and able to advocate fully for her clients when court intervention is unavoidable.

Tammara is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and the Bartholomew County Bar Association where she serves as secretary. She is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana and before the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

Tammara looks forward to providing you with experienced legal advice and thoughtful legal counseling.

Practice Areas

With offices conveniently located in Columbus, Indiana, Thomasson, Thomasson, Long & Guthrie,
P.C. serves clients throughout South Central Indiana, especially Bartholomew County, Jackson County, Jennings County and Decatur County, including the towns of Columbus, Seymour, North Vernon, Nashville, Franklin, Brownstown, Greensburg, Morgantown and Martinsville.