If you forgot your PIN, you can have it mailed or emailed to you.
Go to courts.in.gov/pin to request your PIN
- If you choose home or business address, we will mail your PIN to the address on file
- If you choose email, you will have to type the email we have on file and receive your PIN at that email. Please note it may take up to 30 minutes for the email to arrive.
If you do not remember your email or do not have access to it, choose home or business address to have your PIN sent by mail. If you need further assistance, call the Roll of Attorneys Administrator at 317-232-5861 Ext. 4.