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Ask A Lawyer

Ask a Lawyer

What do I do if I get pulled over? How do I change custody for my child? Where do I start if I need a will?

Without the guidance of a lawyer, navigating the judicial system or even finding the answer to a seemingly simple question can be both intimidating and confusing. But getting answers to legal questions from licensed attorneys is easy AND free at the IndyBar's Ask a Lawyer events, held twice yearly.

Qualified, licensed attorneys will be available for one-on-one consultations at no cost and with no further obligation at both locations throughout the city and by phone.
 

Next Ask a Lawyer Date

During the stay at home order in place with the Covid-19 pandemic, the IndyBar has had to cease all in-person Ask A Lawyer offerings. Once the order is lifted, please check back for future program dates.

In its place, the IndyBar has launched an online chat function connecting you with licensed Indiana lawyers who work in law firms, agencies and organizations throughout the city and donate their time in order to provide this valuable community service. They'll be prepared to provide assistance with questions on topics like divorce, child custody, support, and parenting time, criminal, landlord/tenant issues, bankruptcy, personal injury, employment law and more.  Communication is confidential.

To take advantage of this free advice service, go online to www.indylawyerfinder.com and you will find the Talk to A Lawyer pop-up in the bottom right corner.

 

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