The Clark Legal Self Help Center is staffed by volunteer lawyers from Clark and Floyd counties and sometimes helped by law students from local universities.  They attempt to answer basic questions about “court papers” recently received or sought by people with modest means.

Live help is available at Clark County, Indiana Courthouse on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Court Forms are available on the website 24/7

Family Law

Find information on Marriage License, Divorce and Child Support

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Small Claims

Going to Small Claims Court


Small Claims Court Information

Mortgage Foreclosures

Information and Forms for family law

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Three Indiana Chief Justices


The Clark Legal Self Help Center opened in May 2010 when the Chief Justice of Indiana, Randall Shepard, visited the Clark Circuit Court to join Judge Daniel Moore in the formal dedication. Judge Moore stated “I am honored that the Chief would make this visit to support The Center and the work of volunteers who work to  extend information about the legal system to the poor and disadvantaged.”  Read More>

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