Does the Supreme Court have forms for establishing, changing, or modifying custody?

Published 03/17/2015 08:12 AM   |    Updated 12/06/2016 10:31 PM
Does the Supreme Court have forms for establishing, changing, or modifying custody?

There are no forms on our site to establish, change, or modify custody.

Custody matters are very unique for each family and it is difficult to create a form that would satisfy the needs of everyone who needs one.

If you are interested in bringing a custody issue before the court, you will have to contact an attorney or create a petition on your own. Custody cases can be very complicated and the consequences are serious, so you are strongly advised to seek the assistance of an attorney.

Before making the decision to represent yourself in court, please review the information and videos at http://courts.in.gov/selfservice/2361.htm to determine if self-representation is right for you, find more information about the court process, and see what will be expected of you if you choose to go to court without an attorney.
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