Form 12.930(B) "Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings" - Florida

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE
FORM 12.930(b)
STANDARD FAMILY LAW INTERROGATORIES FOR ORIGINAL OR
ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS
(03/17)
When should this form be used?
This form should be used to ask the other party in your case to answer certain standard
questions in writing. These questions are called interrogatories, and they must relate to your
case. If the other party fails to answer the questions, you may ask the judge to order the other
party to answer the questions. (You cannot ask these questions before the petition has been
filed.)
The questions in this form should be used in original proceedings or enforcement proceedings
and are meant to supplement the information provided in the Financial Affidavit, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(b) or (c). You should read all of the questions in this form
to determine which questions, if any, the other party needs to answer in order to provide you
with information not covered in the financial affidavit forms. If there are questions to which you
already know the answer, you may choose not to ask them.
This form should be typed or printed in black ink. You must complete the box at the beginning of
this form to indicate which questions you are requesting that the other party answer.
You must serve the other party with an original and a copy of these interrogatories and a copy
of the Notice of Service of Standard Family Law Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure Form 12.930(a), if by mail or hand delivery. You must serve an original of these
interrogatories and a copy of the Notice, if by email. Service must be in accordance with Florida
Rule of Judicial Administration 2.516.
You should also keep a copy for your records. You should not file this form with the clerk of the
circuit court. However, you must file the Notice of Service of Standard Family Law
Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure 12.930(a), to tell the court that you have
sent this form to the other party.
Where can I look for more information?
Before proceeding, you should read General Information for Self-Represented Litigants found
at the beginning of these forms. The words that are in bold underline in these instructions are
Instructions for Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law
Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE
FORM 12.930(b)
STANDARD FAMILY LAW INTERROGATORIES FOR ORIGINAL OR
ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS
(03/17)
When should this form be used?
This form should be used to ask the other party in your case to answer certain standard
questions in writing. These questions are called interrogatories, and they must relate to your
case. If the other party fails to answer the questions, you may ask the judge to order the other
party to answer the questions. (You cannot ask these questions before the petition has been
filed.)
The questions in this form should be used in original proceedings or enforcement proceedings
and are meant to supplement the information provided in the Financial Affidavit, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(b) or (c). You should read all of the questions in this form
to determine which questions, if any, the other party needs to answer in order to provide you
with information not covered in the financial affidavit forms. If there are questions to which you
already know the answer, you may choose not to ask them.
This form should be typed or printed in black ink. You must complete the box at the beginning of
this form to indicate which questions you are requesting that the other party answer.
You must serve the other party with an original and a copy of these interrogatories and a copy
of the Notice of Service of Standard Family Law Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure Form 12.930(a), if by mail or hand delivery. You must serve an original of these
interrogatories and a copy of the Notice, if by email. Service must be in accordance with Florida
Rule of Judicial Administration 2.516.
You should also keep a copy for your records. You should not file this form with the clerk of the
circuit court. However, you must file the Notice of Service of Standard Family Law
Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure 12.930(a), to tell the court that you have
sent this form to the other party.
Where can I look for more information?
Before proceeding, you should read General Information for Self-Represented Litigants found
at the beginning of these forms. The words that are in bold underline in these instructions are
Instructions for Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law
Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)
defined there. For further information, see the instructions for Notice of Service of Standard
Family Law Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(a) and Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure 12.280, 12.285, 12.340, and 12.380.
Special notes...
In addition to the standard questions in this form, you may ask up to 10 additional questions.
You should type or print legibly your additional questions on a separate sheet of paper and
attach it to this form. If you want to ask more than 10 additional questions, you will need to get
permission from the judge.
You may want to inform the other party of the following information: As a general rule, within
30 days after service of interrogatories, the other party must answer the questions in writing
and serve you with the answers. Service of the answers must be in accordance with Florida Rule
of Judicial Administration 2.516. His or her answers may be written in the blank space provided
after each separately numbered interrogatory. If sufficient space is not provided, the answering
party may attach additional papers with the answers and refer to them in the space provided in
the interrogatories. He or she should be sure to make a copy for him/herself. All answers to
these questions are made under oath or affirmation as to their truthfulness. Each question must
be answered separately and as completely as the available information permits. The original of
the answers to the interrogatories is to be provided to the requesting party. DO NOT FILE THE
ORIGINAL OR A COPY WITH THE CLERK OF THE COURT EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BY FLORIDA
FAMILY LAW RULE OF PROCEDURE 12.340(d) AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS
OF FLORIDA RULE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION 2.425. The other party may object to a
question by writing the legal reason for the objection in the space provided. He or she may also
ask the court for a protective order granting him or her permission not to answer certain
questions and protecting him or her from annoyance, embarrassment, apprehension, or undue
burden or expense. If the other party fails to either answer or object to the questions within 30
days, he or she may be subject to court sanctions.
Remember, a person who is NOT an attorney is called a nonlawyer. If a nonlawyer helps you fill
out these forms, that person must give you a copy of Disclosure from Nonlawyer, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.900(a), before he or she helps you. A nonlawyer helping you fill
out these forms also must put his or her name, address, and telephone number on the bottom
of the last page of every form he or she helps you complete.
Instructions for Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law
Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.:
Division:
,
Petitioner,
and
,
Respondent.
STANDARD FAMILY LAW INTERROGATORIES
FOR ORIGINAL OR ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS
TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PARTY SERVING THESE INTERROGATORIES
I am requesting that the following standard questions be answered: [check all that apply]
____1
____2
____3
____4
____ 5
_____6
_____7
Background
Education
Employment
Assets
Liabilities
Miscellaneous
Long Form
Information
Affidavit
In addition, I am requesting that the attached {#} _________________ questions be answered.
The answers to the following questions are intended to supplement the information provided in the
Financial Affidavits, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(b) or (c). You should answer the
group of questions indicated in the above shaded box. The questions should be answered in the blank
space provided below each separately numbered question. If sufficient space is not provided, you may
attach additional papers with the answers and refer to them in the space provided in the
interrogatories. You should be sure to make a copy for yourself. Each question must be answered
separately and as completely as the available information permits. All answers are to be made under
oath or affirmation as to their truthfulness.
AFTER YOU ANSWER THE INTERROGATORIES, DO NOT FILE THE ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF THE
COURT. ALL PERSONAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE COURT FILE BECOMES PUBLIC RECORD.
INSTEAD, SERVE THE ORIGINAL OF THE ANSWERS TO THE INTERROGATORIES ON THE OTHER PARTY
AND FILE FORM 12.930(d), NOTICE OF SERVICE OF ANSWERS TO INTERROGATORIES, WITH THE CLERK.
I, {name of person answering interrogatories}
,
being sworn, certify that the following information is true:
Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or
Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)
1. BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
a. State your full legal name and any other name by which you have been known.
b. State your present residence and telephone numbers.
2. EDUCATION:
a. List all business, commercial, and professional licenses that you have obtained.
b. List all of your education including, but not limited to, vocational or specialized training,
including the following:
(1) name and address of each educational institution.
(2) dates of attendance.
(3) degrees or certificates obtained or anticipated dates of same.
3. EMPLOYMENT:
a. For each place of your employment or self-employment during the last 3 years, state the
following:
(1) name, address, and telephone number of your employer.
(2) dates of employment.
(3) job title and brief description of job duties.
(4) starting and ending salaries.
(5) name of your direct supervisor.
(6) all benefits received, including, for example, health, life, and disability insurance; expense
account; use of automobile or automobile expense reimbursement; reimbursement for
travel, food, or lodging expenses; payment of dues in any clubs or associations; and pension
or profit sharing plans.
b. Other than as an employee, if you have been engaged in or associated with any business,
commercial, or professional activity within the last 3 years that was not detailed above, state for
each such activity the following:
Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or
Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)
(1) name, address, and telephone number of each activity.
(2) dates you were connected with such activity.
(3) position title and brief description of activities.
(4) starting and ending compensation.
(5) name of all persons involved in the business, commercial, or professional activity with you.
(6) all benefits and compensation received, including, for example, health, life, and disability
insurance; expense account; use of automobile or automobile expense reimbursement;
reimbursement for travel, food, or lodging expenses; payment of dues in any clubs or
associations; and pension or profit sharing plans.
c. If you have been unemployed at any time during the last 3 years, state the dates of
unemployment. If you have not been employed at any time in the last 3 years, give the
information requested above in question 3.a for your last period of employment.
4. ASSETS:
a. Real Estate. State the street address, if any, and if not, the legal description of all real property
that you own or owned during the last 3 years. For each property, state the following:
(1) the names and addresses of any other persons or entities holding any interest and their
percentage of interest.
(2) the purchase price, the cost of any improvements made since it was purchased, and the
amount of any depreciation taken.
(3) the fair market value on the date of your separation from your spouse.
(4) the fair market value on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage.
b. Tangible Personal Property. List all items of tangible personal property that are owned by you
or in which you have had any interest during the last 3 years including, but not limited to, motor
vehicles, tools, furniture, boats, jewelry, art objects or other collections, and collectibles whose
fair market value exceeds $100. For each item, state the following:
(1) the percentage and type interest you hold.
(2) the names and addresses of any other persons or entities holding any interest.
(3) the date you acquired your interest.
Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.930(b), Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or
Enforcement Proceedings (03/17)