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Tanya D. Marsh

Tanya D. Marsh is a Partner at McNeely Stephenson in our Shelbyville office where her practice primarily focuses on commercial real estate, corporate law, and funeral & cemetery law.

Tanya graduated with a B.A. from Indiana University in 1994, where she studied history and political science. Tanya served as a Governor’s Fellow for Governor Evan Bayh for one year, then as the Assistant Director of Planning and Communication for the final two years of Governor Bayh’s second term.  Tanya entered Harvard Law School in Fall 1997, graduating cum laude in 2000.  Subsequent to her graduation from Harvard, Tanya served as a law clerk for the Honorable Theodore R. Boehm of the Supreme Court of Indiana for just over a year.

Tanya has practiced commercial real estate and corporate law in Indiana since 2001, in large law firms, as in-house counsel for a national developer/landlord, and independently.  She has primarily represented the owners of commercial real estate in purchase and sale transactions, financing, property management, and leasing.

Tanya is actively involved in the American Bar Association – Real Property Trust & Estate Law Section, a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, a member of the American Law Institute, and an Associate Reporter for the Restatement of Law (Fourth) of Property. Tanya is also a Professor of Law at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and has numerous published books and articles related to commercial real estate law and funeral and cemetery law.  She is the author of The Law of Human Remains, the first treatise on the laws regarding the status and treatment of human remains published since 1950.


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