Some organizations that offer help with filing Indiana hardship license forms include law firms that have specialized traffic attorneys and some nonprofit organizations. Indiana Legal Services is a nonprofit organization which provides free civil legal assistance to eligible people in the state of Indiana.
As of Jan. 1, 2015, Indiana has changed its hardship license and probationary licenses to a specialized driving permit. The specialized driving permit allow more drivers whose Indiana licenses are under suspension either by the BMV or by an Indiana court to get specialized driving privileges. The petition for an Indiana hardship license is typically filed with a judge with the help of a traffic attorney or a specialized drivers permit attorney.