I am in a temporary custody battle and have mountains of evidence against him, but the judge said I needed to file it with the court first. When I called the county clerk, they said I needed to submit a draft from scratch to present the evidence that there is no form to fill out. When I called some paralegals, they had a form.
It all depends on what you are trying to do. If you are filing for temporary orders, then you need to submit some information with your motion or declaration in support. It isn't a form, it is what the rules require. You need the help of a family law attorney to make sure you do it properly.
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