Child Support Division
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Child Support Division

The Marion County Prosecutor's Child Support Division is responsible for the enforcement and collection of court orders for child support issued by Marion County Superior and Circuit Courts.  The office is also responsible for collection of child support orders issued by other states' courts to custodial parents residing in Marion County.

For more information: (317) 327-1800 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) or (317) 327-1816 (available 24/7)

Office locations

Please contact our office at (317) 327-1800 in advance to request an appointment. Walk-in appointments are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

The main office of the Child Support Division is located within the Marion County Prosecutor's Office.

  • Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • 251 E. Ohio St., 7th Floor, Indianapolis

Satellite offices provide the opportunity for custodial parents needing assistance to receive services close to their home or workplace. The satellite locations provide the full range of services available at the main downtown office by appointment only.

  • ​Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Satellite offices are unable to accept walk-ins.
  • Center Township Trustee's Office, 863 Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis
  • Flanner House, 2424 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. St., Indianapolis
  • Wayne Township Trustee's Office, 5401 W. Washington St., Indianapolis

Duty of Support

In Indiana a parent's duty of support typically terminates when the child reaches the age of 19. A court can determine to extend child support past the age of 19 if the child is incapacity or can terminate child support before the age of 19 for various reasons.

Paternity Establishment Services

When a child is born out of wedlock, it is necessary to establish paternity before a support order can be pursued. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office Child Support Division offers paternity establishment services.

Legal Limitations of Service

  • If you are currently represented by an attorney, do not contact our office directly. Instead, you must have your attorney contact our office.
  • Deputy prosecutors cannot speak to anyone who is not a party to the case. The only exception to this is someone with Power of Attorney over a party to the case.
  • If a divorce proceeding is pending, our office cannot assist you or give you legal advice. However, once a support order is entered, our office may assist in enforcing the support order.