Hendricks County Pro Bono Program

35 West Marion Street
Danville, IN - 46122
Phone Number: (317) 701-1319



The Hendricks County Pro Bono Program provides FREE LEGAL SERVICES for eligible low-income Hendricks County residents provided by the Hendricks County Bar Association.

Applications may be submitted on-line only at www.hendrickscountybar.org


The Pro Bono Program serves low income residents in Hendricks County. Applicants whose income is below 125% of federal poverty guidelines are referred to attorneys who volunteer their services for specified matters. Although there will be no charge for attorney fees, you are responsible for filing fees and expenses. Attorneys help on a volunteer basis, so assistance is not guaranteed.


If you meet the necessary financial and case criteria, you will be contacted and referred to a pro bono attorney, subject to availability. You may call (317) 701-1319 for general information about the program. No legal advice will be given.

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2019-12-10 05:56:58

Looking to get divorced and recieve joint custody of my 2 yr and 9 month old lil girl. She left and abondon her house and took daughter along and is now keeping her from me. I would like to see if there's something to file fast so I can see her on Xmas. As for the mother joined a cult or something and no longer celebrates it

2020-07-20 08:27:45

When emancipating an adult child of 19, and there are 2 younger children, are both parties to provide income verification? And if one does not provide this information, does the judge just go by what is said? Without any actual documents

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