District F Access to Justice, Inc.

PO Box 324
New Castle, IN - 47362
Phone Number: (800) 910-4407



District F Access to Justice, Inc., is a non-profit organization that provides free legal assistance in civil matters to people who cannot afford a lawyer because of severely limited resources.


District F covers Delaware, Henry, Madison, Hancock, Hamilton, Blackford, Jay and Randolph Counties in Indiana.


At District F we must first determine if you are eligible for our services before we can attempt to place you with a pro bono attorney. District F applicants are screened for financial need, case type, and potential legal merit. It generally takes about 2 weeks to process applications. If you qualify for services, the referral process takes 2-3 months. Therefore, if you have an emergency, a court hearing, or a deadline, you should make every attempt to obtain private counsel of your own choosing. Applicants must have household income at or below 125% of the federal poverty guidelines.

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2020-09-28 10:57:00

Trying to get parenting time with a protective order on children and Grant County but the children reside in Elkhart County where I reside at now. And I just got a invasion of privacy trying to contact my children and my wife has been using the protective order to keep my kids from me when I am not at all a danger to my children.

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