Child Support Modification Forms
by Sue from Orlando, Florida, Orange County
Child Support Modification Forms:
If both parties agree on the modification - can we file the papers with the court without an attorney?
Answer to Florida Child Support Question
Of course you can file without an attorney.
The Pro Se forms were created for the specific purpose of allowing informed and amenable parties to file their papers with the court without the need for hiring an attorney.
It is advisable that you seek legal advice for any issues that you are not certain about.
The self help court staff are not allowed to give legal advice to any party.
Filling out the paperwork properly and following the instructed procedures is not hard, especially if you know what to expect throughout the process. See the links below for more information.Child Support ResourcesFlorida Courts Pro Se Forms PageFlorida Courts Self Help CentersNotice:
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Our Self Help Guide, Modifying Child Support in Florida
, helps you navigate the court process and procedures once you file your documents with easy to follow checklists, links to websites, important addresses & phone numbers, and much more. Modifying Child Support In Florida
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