Affidavit as to Military Service—Form completed to show that defaulting party is or is not in military service.
Affidavit of Impossibility—Form to be filed by party who is unable to obtain a financial affidavit from the other side.
Affidavit of No Change—Form for parties to complete under oath if their financial situation has not changed since the filing of their most recent financial affidavit with the court.
Affidavit of Non-Cohabitation—Completed in a divorce action to demonstrate that parties are not living together.
Affidavit of Notification Compliance—Form filed by party who is seeking ex parte relief, explaining what effors he/she has made to notify the other party (ex parte, meaning having a court hearing without the other party).
Affidavit of Receipt of Service – To be completed when a party accepts service of a petition
Agreement and parenting Plan Order Designating School District—Signed agreement about where the children will attend school. It can be provided directly to the school district, rather than giving the school a full copy of the parenting plan.
Check List for Rule 1.25-A Mandatory Initial Self Disclosure (Divorce)—This form assists parties in a divorce to comply with Rule 1.25(a). It is a checklist and may be used as a cover sheet when providing to the other party. It is NOT filed with the court.
Child Impact Program Notice—Notice to parties of requirement to attend Child Impact Seminar.
Child Support Guidelines Worksheet—Also helps calculate child support.
Exception Affidavit of the Child Impact Program Attendance—Filed with a petition when party believes she/he should not have to attend the child impact seminar.
Ex Parte (Emergency) Motion—To be filed by a party seeking an ex parte order (ex parte, meaning only one side will attend court because the other side is unavailable for some reason).
Extra Page for Petitions (or UCCJEA Affidavits)—Extra page for Petition or UCCJEA affidavits that will not accommodate more than 6 lines of child information (per UCCJEA)
Decree on Parenting Petition—This form provides standard language for temporary or final order on a Parenting Petition.
Final Decree on Divorce or Legal Separation—This form provides standard language for a final order on a Divorce or Legal Separation.
Financial Affidavit—This form is used to inform the court and each other of their financial information.
GAL Statement (a.k.a. Guardian ad Litem Statement)—Statement submitted by the GAL, itemizing fees and expenses in divorce cases.
Information about Rule 1.25A Mandatory Disclosure—This sheet provides basic information about Rule 1.25-A. This sheet is provided as guidance only.
Motion to Accept Certificate of Completion from Alternative CIP Seminar—This is a form for parents to file when they have taken a child impact class other than the class offered by NHCBHA providers in NH so that they can seek approval of the class in fulfillment of RSA 458-D.
Motion to Compel Mandatory Disclosure under Family Rule 1.25-A (Divorce)—This form is filed when the other party does not comply with the rule as outlined.
Motion to Contest Validity of Foreign Order—Motion form for use by respondents seeking to contest the validity of a registered foreign order (pursuant to RSA 458-A)
Motion to Exceed GAL Fee Cap—Used when attorney or GAL files a motion to exceed fee cap in a divorce.
Motion to Extend Time to Complete Child Impact Program—Filed when a party believes they need more time to complete the Child Impact Program.
Motion to Waive Attendance at the Child Impact Program—Filed with a petition when party believes she/he should not have to attend the child impact seminar.
Motion to Waive/Reduce Child Impact Seminar Fee—Filed when a party believes they can’t afford the child impact seminar fee and the seminar provider has already denied their fee waiver request.
Parenting Plan—Form for parties to use in creating their parenting plans. This establishes parental rights and responsibilities such as in a divorce or legal separation.
Personal Data Sheet—To be completed by party filing initial domestic relations petition
Petition for Contempt—Petition filed by a party who asserts that another party is in contempt for failing to follow a court order.
Petition for Civil Union Dissolution (Individual)—Petition to be used for one party to file for civil union dissolution.
Petition for Civil Union Dissolution (Joint)—Petition to be used when parties agree to file for civil union dissolution together.
Petition for Divorce (Individual Filing)—This is the petition that begins the divorce process.
Petition for Divorce (Joint Filing)—This is the petition to file to begin a divorce if both parties agree on getting a divorce.
Petition for Expedited Enforcement of Foreign (Out of State) Custody Order—Petition for use by party seeking expedited enforcement of an out of state child custody order pursuant to RSA 458-A.
Petition for Grandparent Visitation—To be used when grandparents seek visitation with grandchild.
Petition for Legal Separation (Individual)—This is the petition to file if you want a legal separation and not a divorce.
Petition for Legal Separation (Joint)—This is the petition to file if you want a legal separation and not a divorce, and you both agree to get a legal separation.
Petition to Annul Marriage—Petition to get an annulment (Remember, it is different from legal separation and divorce).
Petition to Change Court Order—This is a petition to modify existing court orders.
Petition to Register Foreign Order—Petition to be used by a party seeking to register an order from another state or jurisdiction.
Pretrial Conference Order—To be completed by court at Pretrial Conference.
Request for Certified Copy of Divorce Decree or Vital Statistics—Form filed with the court requesting either a certified copy of divorce decree or vital statistics form. The vital statistics form is required in order to remarry and/or to return to maiden name after divorce, etc.
Scheduling Conference Order—To be completed by court at Scheduling Conference.
Statement of Unavailability of Documents Required by Family Division Rule 1.25A—The purpose of this sheet is if a party cannot comply with Rule 1.25-A because they cannot obtain required documents to disclose to the other party.
Temporary Decree on Divorce or Legal Separation—This form provides standard language for a temporary order on a Divorce or Legal Separation.
Uniform Enforcement Order—This form is issued by the court when enforcing child support orders.
Uniform Support Order—This form is issued by the court when establishing child support orders.
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) Affidavit—This form will be used by petitioners and respondents in cases involving custody of minor children when the petition form or response form does not provide spaces or prompts for this information required by the UCCJEA.
Vital Statistics Form—Must be completed for divorce, legal separation, civil union dissolution or annulment to be final.
Witness List—Form for parties to fill out for pre-trial hearing.