Preparing for Your Day in Family Court

When it is your case and your family, no day in Family Court is without stress.  Going to court prepared will help.


If you have any financial matters or disputes that need to be decided in court you will need to have an updated Financial Affidavit signed and ready for use on your court day.  Your attorney will generally like this information in advance of the court date to go over the information with you and to prepare the child support guideline worksheet, if necessary.


Short Form Financial Affidavit
Use this form if your income is less than $75,000 annually.
Fin Aff Short.pdf
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Short Form Help Text
Help Text for the short form financial affidavit
Fin Aff Short Help.pdf
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Long Form Financial Affidavit
Use this form if your income is equal to or greater than $75,000.
Fin Aff Long.pdf
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Long Form Help Text
Help text for the long form financial affidavit.
Fin Aff Long Help.pdf
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Whether or not you have financial disputes, all matters, with few exceptions, go to Family Relations for a negotiation session before your case goes in front of a judge.  Family Relations will meet with the attorneys from both sides or the parties directly if the parties are self-represented and try to negotiate a resolution of the dispute before the court.  A meeting with Family Relations looks like this:


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Initial Consulations on new matters are free.


5 North Main Street, Suite 5, Wallingford


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Monday - Friday

9:00am to 5:00pm

(203) 678-4376(203) Early and Late Appointments Available Upon Request.

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