Courthouses in Vigo County 

Whether you have experience in dealing with legal issues or are experiencing issues with the law for the first time in your life, figuring out where your courthouse is located can be a challenge, especially in Vigo County, which has multiple courthouse locations that deal with various legal matters. 

For this reason, we have gone into further detail below about the different courthouses you might have to attend in Vigo County, what matters are handled at each of these locations, and how an attorney can assist you with your case. 

Indiana Southern District Bankruptcy Court

The Indiana Southern District Bankruptcy Court is located at the following address:

352 Federal Building

101 Northwest Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

Evansville, IN 47708

This courthouse is responsible for handling bankruptcy-related cases, including Chapter 11, Chapter 7, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy declarations. There is another location that is not regularly staffed in Terre Haute, Indiana, that will handle 341 meetings with creditors and court hearings, as well. 

To get to the Terre Haute office of the Indiana Southern District Bankruptcy Court, head to the following address:

United States Courthouse

921 Ohio Street

Terre Haute, IN 47807

Vigo County Courthouse

The Vigo County Courthouse is home to the Circuit Court, which handles the following types of cases:

  • Criminal law
  • Personal injury
  • Civil claims
  • Family law
  • Adoptions
  • Medical malpractice
  • Collections

The Vigo County Courthouse also houses Superior Court Divisions Ⅰ through Ⅵ, which handle various types of cases. Head to the following address if you have a court date scheduled at the Vigo County Courthouse:

Vigo County Courthouse

33 South 3rd Street

Terre Haute, IN 47807

Terre Haute City Court

The Terre Haute City Court is located at the following address:

Terre Haute City Court

17 Harding Avenue

Room 100 City Hall

Terre Haute, IN 47807

If you have a court date at this location, you may be dealing with a traffic infraction, a misdemeanor charge, or a city ordinance issue. 

Why Do You Need an Attorney?

Though many of these types of legal cases do not legally require you to hire an attorney to represent you and/or may give you the option to utilize a court-appointed attorney, having a personal lawyer who can give your case the attention it needs can be critical to the success of your case. Your attorney should have a firm understanding of the law and always prioritize your best interests when providing you with legal advice.

Contact an Experienced Lawyer in Vigo County, Indiana 

At Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm, we are committed to ensuring that our clients are able to overcome the difficult legal obstacles they may not prepared to face without help. 

Individuals or families dealing with criminal charges, domestic violence charges, family law disputes, bankruptcy, and other legal matters can come in for a free consultation so we can learn more about the individual details of their cases and see if we can be of assistance. To schedule your free consult, simply give us a call at 1-812-232-7400 or complete the quick contact form we have included below.