There really isn't a form for that type of motion. A lot depends on how old your judgment is, when it became final, what the circumstances are for requesting a set aside, etc. There are court rules that have to be followed for each of the different types of motions. You should consult with an experienced attorney in your area who knows family law. Perhaps you could use Limited Scope Representation to have an attorney write the motion for you, but you're still representing yourself without an attorney.
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