This is a legal form that was released by the Florida Courts - a government authority operating within Florida. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form 12.994(A)(2)?
A: Form 12.994(A)(2) is a legal document used in Florida for the final judgment of support and parenting plan unrelated to the dissolution of marriage with dependent or minor child(ren).
Q: When is Form 12.994(A)(2) used?
A: This form is used when a couple has children together but is not seeking to dissolve their marriage. It is used to establish child support and parenting arrangements.
Q: Do I need a lawyer to fill out Form 12.994(A)(2)?
A: While you are not required to have a lawyer, it is recommended to consult with one to ensure that you understand and complete the form correctly.
Q: What information is required in Form 12.994(A)(2)?
A: The form will ask for details regarding child support, parenting time, and other relevant information about the parents and children.
Q: Can I modify the final judgment created using Form 12.994(A)(2)?
A: Yes, the final judgment can be modified if there is a change in circumstances or if both parties agree to the modification. It is advisable to seek legal advice before making any modifications.
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