The Circuit Court’s Family Civil Division has jurisdiction over domestic relations matters such as adoption, dissolution of marriage, child support, domestic violence support and more. These form packets are made available here to assist citizens who choose to represent themselves in Family Law cases and/or cannot afford an attorney. These forms have been developed and approved by the Florida Supreme Court for use in Family Law cases.
Turbo Court Links
Disclaimer: Upon completion of any Turbo Court form, you need to print and submit the form to our office by mail or by bringing it to the Clerk of Court’s Civil Department in the Clay County Courthouse in Green Cove Springs. You may also submit the form via the eFiling portal. For instructions on electronically submitting completed forms, visit www.myflcourtaccess.com.
- Dissolution of Marriage with Children and Property
- Dissolution of Marriage with no Children or Property
- Dissolution of Marriage With Property And No Dependent Or Minor Children
- Simplified Dissolution of Marriage
- Petition for Temporary Custody by Extended Family Member
- Motion for Contempt
- Petition To Determine Paternity
- Petition For Name Change Family-Packet
- Petition For Name Change Of Name (Adult)
- Petition for Change of Name of Minor Child(ren)
- Petition For Modification Of Child Support
- Petition For Modification Of Parenting Plan
- Petition For Concurrent Custody By Extended Family Member
- Petition For Support Unconnected With Dissolution of Marriage with Dependent or Minor Children
- Petition To Establish A Parental Responsibility And Time Sharing Plan
- Petition To Relocate With Minor Child(ren)
Florida Supreme Court Family Law Forms
The Florida State Courts System’s Self-Help Center is an additional online guide to help direct you through the court system. The role of the state’s 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. The website linked below includes separately listed family law forms approved by the Florida Supreme Court. These same forms are provided in packet form (compiled) on the Clay County Clerk’s Office website. Additional state resources found on this state website include a directory of local self-help centers, web links to free and low cost legal aid, mediator search capabilities, and guardianship resources at the state level.