Motion to Continue Form
by Mark from Altamonte Springs, Florida, Seminole County
Where do I get forms for "motion to continue" and "Interrogatory" and how do I file these?
Answer to Florida Court Forms Question
There is no set form for a Motion to Continue on the Florida court's website for a family law case. However, the format for any type of pro se motion in a family law case is like this:
Sample Pro Se Motion
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE_____________JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR____________________COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRO SE MOTION:_________________
COMES NOW the Respondent,______________ , filing pro se, and moves this Honorable Court to:
The reasons for this request are:
THEREFORE, for the foregoing reasons, Respondent requests this Court to:
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a copy hereof has been furnished by _______ mailed; ______faxed and mailed; hand delivered; to the persons listed below on _________ day of __________ 20 ____.
Other Party Name: ____________________________
City State Zip: ______________________________
Telephone No. ________________________________
End Sample Motion Form
You can copy and paste the above into your favorite word processor and edit it for your needs. Make sure the top heading portion matches exactly what is on the other documents in your case. Just in case you are looking for a continuance (a postponement of a court date) instead, Standard Legal publishes this professionally prepared Motion for Continuance.
Likewise, if you are dealing with a family law issue, there are standard Family Law Interrogatories on the Florida Supreme Court's website, www.flcourts.org.
Alternatively, you can craft your own set of questions to include in any interrogatories.
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