Indiana Legal Resources​Mooresville (Indiana) Public Library


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Gale Indiana Legal Forms is an online database that has a wide assortment of legal forms specific to Indiana. Legal forms are available for power of attorney, divorce, wills & estates, real estate, landlord/tenant, bankruptcy, name change, incorporation, and much more. Sample letters are also available.

Video Tutorials

Click the video below to learn how to use Gale Indiana Legal Forms.


Morgan County Courts & Clerk
Contact Information for Morgan County (Indiana) courts and clerk’s office.

Indiana Divorce Forms
Click here to access divorce forms and other family law forms.

Other Indiana Court Forms
Click the link below to access other Indiana court forms.

Indiana Code
The Indiana Code is a collection of state statutes passed by the Indiana General Assembly and signed into law by the governor. It is available online at the Indiana General Assembly’s Indiana Code website. This site also includes new and proposed legislation under consideration by the Indiana House and Senate.

Indiana Administrative Code
Indiana’s state administrative agencies enact rules and regulations, which are included in the Indiana Administrative Code (IAC). The IAC is available online at the State of Indiana’s IAC website.

Indiana Judiciary Decisions
Decisions of the Indiana Supreme Court and the Indiana Courts of Appeals are available online at the Indiana Judiciary website.

Legal Information Gateway
For more information on legal services and other helpful links, visit the IUPUI School of Law Legal Information Gateway.

Free Civil Legal Assistance
Indiana Legal Services: Indiana Legal Services (ILS) is a nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people throughout the state of Indiana. ILS helps clients who are faced with legal problems that harm their ability to have such basics as food, shelter, income, medical care or personal safety.

Indianapolis Legal Aid Society: With its staff of nine attorneys and support personnel, the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society (ILAS) has been serving the poor of central Indiana for over 65 years. ILAS provides an appointment with an attorney within 3 days. An appointment is required to see a lawyer.

Family and Civil Law
Over 150 clients served per week
3 court appearances each day
No attorney fees

Representing Yourself in Court
The Indiana Supreme Court has a video series, “Representing Yourself in Court.” Visit the Indiana Supreme Court YouTube Channel to select particular videos of interest.