Family Law Forms

Florida State Courts System's Self-Help Center

The Florida State Courts System's Self-Help Center is your online guide to help direct you through the court system. The role of the self-help center staff is to direct interested individuals to the self-help website where they can explore resources needed to represent themselves, access the courts, and other essential resources. Self-Help staff cannot provide legal interpretations or advice. The self-help website includes family law forms approved by the Florida Supreme Court. Additional resources include a directory of local self-help centers, web links to free and low cost legal aid, mediator search capabilities, and guardianship resources.     

  1. To get started and understand how the forms work,  Read the BASIC INSTRUCTIONS (STEP-BY-STEP) TO FILL OUT FORMS
  2. You may qualify for a fee waiver. Use this form to  Apply for Civil Indigent StatusPDF Download.
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IMPORTANT: Before receiving services from a self-help program or court staff, please read through the  NOTICE OF LIMITATIONS OF SERVICES Disclaimer.

Self-help programs and court staff function under certain service limitations. For example, they can assist you administratively and procedurally but are not able to act as your lawyer or give you legal advice. This disclaimer sets out the limit of services from self-help program and court staff.

Forms Contain Fillable Form Fields: To complete forms on your mobile device or computer, you must download  Adobe Acrobat Reader. Fillable form fields in the PDF allows you to complete forms by typing information into the form fields. If fillable form fields  ARE NOT VISIBLE when you open the PDF form, you do not have Adobe Reader installed. We recommend that you install Adobe Acrobat Reader or download the reader from an app store.


Last Modified: February 12, 2024