What forms are required to request a change in custody percentage?
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If you are determined to represent yourself you can seek the assistance of the Family Law Facilitator maintained by the Superior Court for the County of Riverside. Information is available on the court's website. Their job is to assist self-represented litigants complete the necessary paperwork. They should have all the necessary forms on hand.
You need to file an RFO (fl300) and attach a declaration nad points and authorities. Consult with an experienced family law attorney to assist you with this.
This response will not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Sarieh Law Offices, and is not intended to serve as a legal advice in your specific circumstances. This response is a legal opinion based solely on facts represented and you should not rely on this legal opinion as a legal advice. You still need to consult an attorney directly to fully protect your legal rights.
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