Waiver of Divorce Court Filing Fees in California
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qualify for a Waiver of Court Filing Fees.You may qualify for a fee waiver in three ways: if you are receiving public benefits such as Medi-Cal, Food Stamps (CalFresh), Cal-Works, General Assistance, SSI, SSP, Tribal TANF, IHHS or CAPI; if your household income before taxes is less than the amount listed on Form FW-011 in Item 5b; or if the court determines that you do not have adequate income to pay for your basic household needs and court costs.
What is a filing fee?
A filing fee is the amount of money you must pay to the court to begin your court case. The amount of money you have to pay depends on the court and the type of case. You may have to pay other filing fees at certain times during your case. The court clerk can give you a list of all the filing fees for your court case so you know the total cost.
Obtain the Information Sheet on Waiver of Superior Court Fees and Costs (Form FW-001-INFO) and Request to Waive Court Fees (Form FW-001) from your county clerk’s office or download the forms from the Web.
Sign the Request to Waive Court Fees (Form FW-001) under penalty of perjury. You must tell the truth on this form. All answers must be accurate and complete.
File your divorce paperwork and fee waiver application together. You can mail the documents to your county court or file them in person.
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