Paul J. Carroll

Paul J. Carroll


Areas of Practice:

  • Construction law
  • Secured Transactions
  • Mechanic's Liens and Construction Payment Remedies
  • Real Estate Law
  • Land Use

Representative Experience

Mr. Carroll concentrates his practice in Construction Litigation, Mechanic’s Liens and other Construction Payment Remedies, Contract Drafting and Review, Real Estate Law, Rezoning and Variance Issues and Corporate and Business Litigation. He represents residential and commercial builders, subcontractors and owners in their various construction disputes, zoning and variance issues and contract preparation and review. Additionally, Paul represents lenders in commercial real estate litigation and transactions. He also dedicates a substantial amount of time in assisting his clients in addressing and resolving general business matters.

Trade Associations

  • Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis (BAGI) (2006-present)
    • Board Member, Hancock County Builders Council
  • Indiana Builders Association (2006-present)
    • Mechanic's Lien Committee
  • Home Artisans of Indiana (2011 – present)
    • Member, Board of Directors
  • National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), Central Indiana Chapter (2011 – present)
    • Member, Board of Directors


  • Guest lecturer in Purdue University’s Building Construction Management graduate program. (2013-present)
  • "Using Change Orders to Ensure Payments and Avoid Disputes", National Association of Remodeling Industry
  • "Home Improvement Contracts Act: Protection for Both Remodelers and Homeowners," given in 2010 to National Association of the Remodeling Industry (Central Indiana Chapter)
  • Numerous NBI and Half-Moon Seminars including Curing Real Estate Defects and Using a Mechanic’s Lien to Get Your Money, he has also presented in Lorman’s Seminar, Fundamentals of Construction Law

Education and Achievements


  • Purdue, 2003
  • Indiana, J.D., 2006


  • Superlawyers, Indiana Rising Star (2009 - 2010, 2012 - 2020)

Civic & Community Involvement

Civic Involvement

  • Special Olympics. Volunteer 2004 through Present. Coach and partner in numerous sports including track and field, basketball, bowling, and softball
  • Special Olympics Athlete Leadership Program ("ALPs"). Volunteer. Working 1-on-1 with a specific Special Olympics athlete during ALPs University Courses and throughout the year in completion of curriculum