This is a legal form that was released by the Supreme Court of Florida - 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 Family Law Form 12.948(A)?
A: Family Law Form 12.948(A) is an agreement for temporary custodial responsibility during deployment in the state of Florida.
Q: What does this form cover?
A: This form covers temporary custodial responsibility arrangements during deployment.
Q: Who should use this form?
A: This form should be used by parents in Florida who are going to be deployed and need to establish temporary custodial arrangements for their children.
Q: Is this form specific to Florida?
A: Yes, this form is specific to the state of Florida.
Q: What is the purpose of this form?
A: The purpose of this form is to establish temporary custodial responsibility during a parent's deployment.
Q: Do both parents need to agree on the terms stated in this form?
A: Yes, both parents must agree on the terms stated in this form.
Q: Can this form be modified?
A: Yes, this form can be modified to meet the specific needs of the parents and their children.
Q: Is this form legally binding?
A: Yes, this form is legally binding if both parents sign it.
Q: Do I need to file this form with the court?
A: Yes, this form should be filed with the court after both parents have signed it.
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