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Do you have a legal problem and don't know where to turn?

Members of the Kosciusko County Bar Association offer pro bono (free) consultations every second and fourth Thursday of the month. The participating attorneys offer information and referrals to assist you if you are in need.

Please call 574-269-6019 ext. 250 and speak with our receptionist to schedule an appointment.

Please make sure that you bring any relevant documents or paperwork with you to your scheduled appointment. This will make it much easier for the generous volunteers to assist you with your needs.

Additional Resources

North Central Indiana Legal Services
800-288-8121

District 2 Pro Bono Services
574-239-2167

www.in.gov/judiciary/probono/public
This web site was created to provide information to you concerning civil, legal pro bono efforts in the state of Indiana. This site also provides information concerning the civil, legal pro bono efforts in your county. The Indiana Pro Bono Commission does not hire lawyers to accept cases. They only provide information to you on how you may be able to obtain a pro bono attorney.

www.in.gov/judiciary/selfservice
Mission Statement
"To ensure access to the judicial system by providing basic resources to self-represented individuals by establishing the usage of self-help court forms and encouraging local courts to develop their own pro se assistance programs."

www.in.gov/judiciary/childsupport
This website contains three different tools for calculating child support obligations, all of which are based on the Indiana Child Support Guidelines, effective January 1, 2004 and made available here by the Division of State Court Administration.

www.in.gov/dcs/support
Mission Statement
We will help ensure children receive financial support from their parents by:

  • Delivering quality customer service
  • Enforcing mutual accountability for ourselves and our government partners
  • Utilizing best practices for improving program performance

www.in.gov/ai/law
The Judiciary web site serves as a comprehensive resource for individuals seeking information about the Indiana legal system.

www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/parenting
The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines

www.inbar.org
Indiana State Bar Association’s official website