Family Law Links

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Helpful Family Law Links

DISCLAIMER: These links are for informational purposes only.  Helfrich Law Offices, LLC is not affiliated with these entities and makes no representation or warranties about the usefulness of the services they offer or the accuracy of information contained on their websites.

Search for a case history on the MyCase.In.Gov website.

Review Indiana's Parenting Time Guidelines.  These guidelines are the "starting point" for most discussions about a child's schedules when parents live apart.  They also share some general principles and ideas on how to maintain strong, meaningful bonds between children and parents.

Indiana Child Support Calculator - FOR PARENTS. This tool allows you to estimate the amount of child support that a parent may need to pay, but it should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an attorney and/or a careful review the Indiana Child Support Guidelines.
CLICK HERE to Review the Indiana Child Support Guidelines.

Indiana Child Support Bureau - Call them at (800) 840-8757, or Click the Link to visit their site.
This is a division of the Indiana Department of Child Services that monitors and assists with payment of child support and other services that support families.  Here you can get information about paying and receiving child support, obtain a history of payments, and even learn how to set up a child support account.

Links for Local Non-Profits Serving Families in Crisis

DISCLAIMER: These links are for informational purposes only.  Helfrich Law Offices, LLC is not affiliated with these entities and makes no representation or warranties about the usefulness of the services they offer or the accuracy of information contained on their websites.

Sheltering Wings is a Domestic Violence Shelter located in Hendricks County, Indiana.  Their mission is to "extend the love and compassion of Christ to people in circumstances of domestic violence."  Call them at (317) 745-1496 or Click the Link to visit them online.  

Hancock Hope House is an emergency shelter for women and children in Hancock County. "The mission of the Hancock Hope House is to provide hope to the community while strengthening individuals and families on their journey to self sufficiency."  Call them at (317) 467-4991 or Click the Link to visit them online.  

Alternatives, Inc. provides emergency shelter for victims of domestic abuse.  "Alternatives philosophy is all persons have the right to live in a loving, caring, safe and secure environment. We support victims through the initial crisis with the ultimate strategy of helping them achieve abuse-free and financially independent lives. In recognition of the complex needs of victims, we draw upon the resources of local communities to support victims in their quest for peace and security."  Alternatives, Inc. assists victims of domestic abuse in Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Madison, Marion, and Tipton in East-Central Indiana.  Call their 24 Hour Crisis Line at (866) 593-9999 or Click the Link to visit them online.

The Landing Place. Greenfield ministry to teens and families.  The Landing Place:
  • "strives to better the life of those individuals in crisis, while offering a safe place for them to be real and overcome life's struggles"
  • "breaks the cycle of dysfunction and destructive behaviors by giving people the tools they need to face life's hurts, habits and hang-ups in a new, healthy and effective way"

Life Choices Care Center. Greenfield ministry whose vision is to "provide compassionate care and education to women and families in the life issues of sexuality, marriage, and the family through life choices counseling, testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease, counseling to promote healing from the consequences of choices made in the past, equipping individuals to establish rewarding and uplifting relationships, and mentoring for personal and spiritual growth."