Yes. You must fill out a few before your trial. You give them to the judge and a copy to the other side when you arrive for trial.
In many counties, you must fill out a financial declaration if there are any issues over child support, maintenance (alimony), or property. Get this form from the court clerk's office, or use our Give Financial Information in a Family Law Case online interview. In this form, you put information about your income and expenses. You should attach tax forms and paystubs. If you are asking to change child support, you must also provide check registers and bank statements.
If child support, custody, or visitation is an issue, you must also bring proposed child support worksheets and/or a proposed parenting plan. You can use our Child Support Worksheets and Order printable packet or online interview.
Bring four copies of any order you are proposing.