You need to consult and hopefully hire a lawyer. Im sorry to say, but you are over your head in trying to represent yourself. You apparently have done some research on procedure, but you dont know which ones apply when, and to what. I dont practice in Indiana, but I doubt the issues of support, custody, or court fees could be determined by summary judgment. You are only going to get frustrated, possibly screw up your case, and anger the judge by persisting in pursuing improper procedures and argument.
You really need to retain an experienced lawyer in this area of law in Indianapolis to advise you about your case, if you don't you risk an adverse consequence! This is too important not to have someone with the necessary knowledge and experience helping you! Good Luck.
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