The purpose of Indiana Legal Forms is to provide legal evidence of the rights and obligations acquired by Indiana-based individuals and companies alike. Whether you want to enter into a transaction with another person or create comprehensive documentation for the benefit of your legal entity, you can take advantage of the opportunity to formalize your personal and business activities. Despite the popular belief that only people with law experience can compose and utilize legal documentation, you will be able to prepare necessary forms and templates yourself without a professional lawyer - it will save you time and money.
For a full list of free Indiana Legal Forms please check out our library below. It contains forms issued by state authorities - they cannot be modified - and customizable templates that can be changed the way you deem necessary.
Indiana State Departments
- Department of Administration
- Department of Education
- Department of Environmental Management
- Department of Family & Social Services Administration
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of Local Government Finance
- Department of Natural Resources
- Department of Revenue
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- Department of Workforce Development
- State Department of Agriculture
- State Department of Health
- State Department of Personnel
Indiana State Courts
- Judicial Branch (all forms)
- Judicial Branch Court of Appeals
- Judicial Branch Supreme Court
- Judicial Branch Tax Court
Indiana State Agencies and Commissions
- Archives and Records Administration
- Attorney General
- Board of Tax Review
- Bureau of Motor Vehicles
- Family and Social Services Administration
- Gaming Commission
- Office of Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch
- Office of Technology
- Professional Licensing Agency
- Real Estate Commission
- Secretary of State
- State Board of Accounts
- State Personnel Department
- State Police
- Workers' Compensation Board
Indiana Legal Forms by County
- Ripley County Auditor's Office
- Lake County County Auditor
- LaPorte County County Government
- Decatur County Health Department
- Seymour City Human Resource Department
With the help of Indiana Legal Aid Forms you can to do the following:
- File taxes for yourself, your family members, and your company - as its owner or legal representative;
- Leave funds to your beneficiaries using a will;
- Appoint a person or entity to represent your interests in courts and in legal matters that do not demand your personal presence;
- Report wages of your employees or claim unemployment insurance;
- Apply for licenses and permits to make your business legitimate and protect your employees and clients;
- Decide your child's residence and compose a custody agreement to finalize your divorce;
- Draft a lease agreement and receive confirmation of the landlord's consent to use their property or tenant's willingness to pay rent.
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This is an Indiana formal document filled out by a law enforcement officer who checks all major parts of the car or vessel before the title and registration can be approved by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV).
Download this official state-issued form if you need to document the sale or purchase of a vehicle or watercraft. The issuing agency is the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). It is the same form as the one used to record the sale of a watercraft in the state of Indiana.
Fill out this form, issued by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), if you are a mechanic's lien holder and need to sell a vehicle in Indiana. This form is an important part of the sales documentation needed to obtain a certificate of title.
State Form 48842 (ST-108) "Certificate of Gross Retail or Use Tax Paid on the Purchase of a Motor Vehicle or Watercraft" - Indiana
This is a formal document Indiana vehicle dealers must file to the authorities to confirm the state sales and use tax was paid during the transaction that involves a vehicle or vessel.
Use this legal document that specifies the type of medical care in Indiana that an individual does or does not want in the event they are unable to communicate their wishes. The will comes into play only when faced with a life-threatening condition and unable to assert specific desires regarding treatment.