FLORIDA SUPREME COURT FAMILY LAW FORMS: There are many helpful Florida Supreme Court forms available to help couples mediating their divorce as well as unmarried couples mediating parenting and child support issues. These forms include both financial forms and parenting forms, and links to many of these forms are provided below. As the forms are updated from time to time by the Florida Supreme Court, be sure to verify that these forms are the most current available forms before using them. An easy way to check is to copy the number and name of the form and search the Internet to see if a later update is available. We recommend that you only rely upon forms found on Florida court websites as some private companies may not have the most accurate forms.
The below forms are not provided as a substitute for obtaining legal advice but rather as tools to assist the mediation process. Everyone has a right to have a lawyer assist them throughout the mediation process, and mediation participants are well advised to seek legal assistance.
FINANCIAL AND CHILD SUPPORT FORMS: The below financial affidavits are a helpful way to organize your assets, liabilities, income and expenses and the child support worksheet will help you to manually calculate child support. A lawyer or accountant can be very helpful when completing these forms.
FORM 12.902(b) FAMILY LAW FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT (SHORT FORM) (11/20) for use when your individual gross income is UNDER $50,000 per year
FORM 12.902(c) FAMILY LAW FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT (LONG FORM) (11/20) for use when your individual gross income is $50,000 OR MORE per year
FORM 12.902(e) CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES WORKSHEET (11/20) for use when manually calculating child support. (https://www.flcourts.org/content/download/685815/file_pdf/902e%2011-20.pdf)
PARENTING FORMS: There are three Florida Supreme Court approved Parenting Plan Form options. You are not required to use these forms, but they can be helpful in organizing your parenting plan. Carefully choose the form that best meets your and your child(ren)'s particular circumstances and needs.
AGREEMENT FORMS: Below are three Florida Supreme Court agreement forms that you may use to record your divorce. You are not required to use any of these forms, but they may help you think about issues that you hadn't considered. Before signing any agreement, you are encouraged to consult an attorney regarding the terms of any agreement.
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