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If you do not have an attorney then you can certainly file a Motion for Summary judgment yourself.
However, each one is unique and there is no form and it would be impossible to tell you how to file one.
You may be able to hire an attorney through a website like elance.com or odesk.com to prepare the summary judgment motion for you. If you decide to go that route then also get them to do a brief explaining summary judgments and the law on them in Indiana as well as what rules govern the proceeding.
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