DIY Divorce & Resources

You do not need an attorney to file for divorce although it is always recommended to have your own counsel. There are options and resources available for non-represented parties, more formally called, “pro se litigants”.

Indiana Legal Help has a library of divorce forms and settlement agreements to use as a guide.

It is also helpful to consult the following resources as you navigate your divorce:

  1. Indiana Child Support Calculator
  2. Indiana Child Support Guidelines
  3. Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines
  4. Co-Parenting Education Requirement
  5. Verified Financial Declaration Form
  6. Our Family Wizard
  7. AppClose

Before signing a final settlement agreement or representing yourself in a court proceeding, it is worth your time to consult with an attorney for a case evaluation. While a family law attorney cannot tell you how to practice law, he or she should be able to advise you on your rights and your case as a whole.