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You can use the forms for dissolution with children, and disregard the questions and information that relate to children.
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Yes, you can do so via our online search at Mycase.in.gov. Put in your first and last name; then click on the case number. The case summary will have a record of all of the actions on your case.
Paternity actions that are initiated by an individual or a private attorney are filed in Circuit Court.
The Clerk's Office provides information on release of judgments to credit bureaus. If the credit bureau has not shown that the judgment is released (after a reasonable amount of time), you will need to contact the credit bureau.
If the plaintiff refuses to file a release of judgment, the defendant can file a motion with the court to set a hearing to determine if the court should order the judgment released. Failure to properly release a Judgment is a separate cause of action or separate law suit.