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Administrative Court Forms

Below are the common forms required for most family law matters. If you have not reviewed your paperwork with an attorney or through the Gwinnett Family Law Clinic, we recommend you check with the clerk’s office to ensure you have all of the forms required for your particular case.
  1. Domestic relations case filing information form
  2. Domestic relations case final disposition form
  3. Summons
Depending on the type of case you are filing, the following forms may also be required. Please double check with the clerk’s office.
  1. Mutual Restraining Order
  2. Parenting Workshop Order
  3. Standing Order Child Support Computation