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Family Legal Resources

Resources: Websites

Indiana Supreme Court Self-Service Legal Center
Provides information, court forms, and various resources to those persons wishing to represent themselves in court.

Indiana Courts and Clerk’s Offices
Provides links to all courts and clerks offices in Indiana.

Indiana Government - Family Website
Provides information and links to resources on various family issues.

Indiana Department of Child Services: Child Support Bureau
Provides information and links to the Title IV-D Child Support Program.

Indiana Online Child Support Calculator
Online tool for calculating child support obligation based on the Indiana Child Support Guidelines.

Indiana State Bar Association
Provides information on local resources to contact for attorney referral.

Indiana Legal Services Organization
Indiana Legal Services provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people throughout the State of Indiana; website provides information on various legal topics, including how to find a lawyer.

Indiana Code Title 31 (Family Law)

Current Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines

Previous Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines
This order, which amended the parenting time guidelines in 2013, shows the language of the previous parenting time guidelines and the additions of the new language.

Learn about Indiana's Court System

Useful Websites to Develop Parenting Time Plans

Arizona Parenting Time Guidelines, available at:

Michigan Parenting Time Guidelines, available at:

Resources: Phone Numbers

Indiana Parenting Time Helpline
Available from 12:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. EST Monday – Friday.  Staffed by licensed attorneys who can provide education about parenting time guidelines, information about visitation questions, and relevant referrals for assistance.

Indiana Department of Health - Moms Helpline
Communication specialists are on duty from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST Monday – Friday and provide information and referrals on a variety of topics including obtaining early prenatal and child health care; accessing Medicaid and WIC providers; locating emergency housing, food pantries, utility assistance; and literacy, vocational and GED programs.

Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Toll-free 24-hour hotline providing emotional and practical support that includes, but is not limited to the following: crisis intervention, criminal justice information, personal advocacy, information and referral services, and violent crime compensation assistance.

Indiana Child Abuse Hotline
Call toll free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to report suspected child abuse or neglect.

Indiana Child Support Hotline
Automated payment information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and customer service representatives are available from 7:00 AM until 6:00 PM EST Monday-Friday.

Getting help with your case

Court staff cannot give legal advice.

If you have questions about handling a legal matter, please contact a lawyer. See Getting Legal Help for some resources.

Contact your local clerk's office about where to file your forms, or learn about how to e-file.

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