Courts & Law
How do I search Court Records Online?
To perform an online search of court records please click on the link below. You may search using case number, citation number, party name or attorney.
How do I know if I have to appear for Jury Duty
The Courts start new juries each week. You will be advised of the length of the trial by the Judge when you are sent to Court for jury selection.
To find out if you need to report for Jury Duty, please call (812) 981-2761 beginning Friday evening after 4:30 p.m., for reporting dates starting the next week. A recording will announce what groups are required to report and when, have your juror number available. You may also visit the Floyd County Clerk's Website for more information on Jury Duty.
How do I E-File a Court Case?
For more information on E-Filing please contact the Floyd County Clerk's Office at phone 812.948.5411 or visit www.floydcountyclerk.org for more information.
How much are the case filing fees?
How do I obtain a Solicitation Permit, No-Knock List Permit, Road Cut Permit, or other Permit?
How do I submit a noise or sound complaint?
Citizens can report issues related to noise or sound complaints to the Floyd County Sheriff office 812.948.5400
How do I locate a Floyd County Ordinance?
Floyd County Resolutions and Ordinances are located at the bottom of the Floyd County Commissioners webpage. Please click here to visit the Commissioner's page of this website
How do I file for a Pro Se Eviction?
Please contact the Floyd County Clerk's office for information on Pro Se Evictions.
Where can I go if I need help with my divorce?
You may seek legal advice at any time. You also may qualify for free legal assistance.
Local providers of free legal services are:
Southern Indiana Pro Bono Referrals Legal Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 94 3303 Plaza Drive, Suite 5
New Albany, IN 47151 New Albany, IN 47150
812-288-8002, Toll-Free Fax: 844-270-1025 812-945-4123
Legal forms are also available on line at http://courts.in.gov/selfservice.
You can check the status of your case at mycase.in.gov.
My spouse doesn’t want the divorce. What if (s)he won’t sign the papers?
You can get a divorce even if your spouse does not want it. You will have to tell the Court, in your petition and at the hearings(s), that your marriage has suffered an “irretrievable breakdown.” This means that you cannot fix the problems in your marriage. In Indiana, this is a reason for divorce and your spouse does not have to agree.