This form should be eFiled using the Commonwealth Courts Portal. Visit the How do I eFile? page for more information. There are two ways to eFile:

  1. Guided (eForm) - selecting the guided option provides you with procedural assistance as you go. You do not need to download and complete this form if you are using the guided process.
  2. Unguided - selecting the unguided option allows you to upload a PDF version of the completed form. This process is designed for someone who is familiar with Family Law proceedings and offers limited guidance. You will need to complete this form if you are using the unguided process.

This form should be eFiled using the Commonwealth Courts Portal. Visit the How do I eFile? page for more information. There are two ways to eFile:

  1. Guided (eForm) - selecting the guided option provides you with procedural assistance as you go. You do not need to download and complete this form if you are using the guided process.
  2. Unguided - selecting the unguided option allows you to upload a PDF version of the completed form. This process is designed for someone who is familiar with Family Law proceedings and offers limited guidance. You will need to complete this form if you are using the unguided process.

Use this form if you are seeking final orders. Interim or procedural orders can only be sought in this form if you (the applicant) are seeking final orders as well.

Do not use this form if you are filing an application for parenting orders, until you have read the Compulsory Dispute Resolution brochure. Failure to do so may result in your application not being accepted for filing.

Do not use this form if you are filing an application for parenting orders, until you have read the Compulsory Dispute Resolution brochure. Failure to do so may result in your application not being accepted for filing.

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