If you are an Indiana attorney, you automatically have access to sign into mycase.in.gov using your account for the Indiana Courts Portal. If you are having trouble signing in, here is information that may help.
If you simply forgot your username or password, see our article on how to recover your credentials.
My saved username and password don't work
When you rely on your web browser to save your login information, that can cause problems with some websites when the browser is updated. If you are returning to mycase.in.gov, signing in with your saved username and password, and the site does not recognize your credentials:
- try clearing your browser cache or history (For instructions, search the web. For example, search "clear history Chrome")
- try typing your username and password instead of relying on the saved version
- try a private (incognito) browsing session
My temporary password doesn't work for mycase
If you used the feature to reset your Courts Portal password and received a temporary password by email, you have to first sign into your Courts Portal account at portal.courts.in.gov with that temporary password, then change the temporary password to something you will remember. Once you've updated your password on the Portal, you can then use it to sign into mycase.in.gov.
A temporary password will never work on mycase.in.gov.
I'm locked out of mycase
If you have too many failed sign-in attempts in a short period of time, the site will temporarily lock you out. Try signing in again at a later time.
I got an error that mycase couldn't sign me in temporarily
This occasionally means there's a real technical issue with the website, but these are rare and usually short-lived. Sometimes you may get this error if your credentials are incorrect. This error may also come up if you are trying to sign in with your attorney number but didn't include the hyphen.