Guided Pathway for your case conference: Form 17A
CLEO’s Family Law Guided Pathways help you fill out the court forms you need for your family law matter.
You can use this pathway to fill out the forms you need for your case conference.
The pathway asks you questions, gives you information to help answer them, and puts your answers into the required forms. The pathway is free to use.
When you’re finished, you can save or print your forms. You will also get instructions about how to give them to the court.
Who is this guided pathway for?
You can use this pathway to get ready for your case conference.
What do you need?
You will need:
- a copy of your continuing record
- birth dates, names, and other related information about you, as well as your spouse, partner, or child’s other parent
- birth dates, names and other related information about your children, if you have any
- if you’re married, your date of marriage
- if child or spousal support is an issue, information about how much money you and your spouse, partner, or child’s other parent make
- if decision-making responsbility or parenting time, which used to be called custody and access, is an issue, information about your children’s schedules and your current parenting arrangements
Using the pathway
It can take less than 1 hour or 4 hours or more to complete the pathway depending on your situation and what you’re asking the court for.
It can take less time if you have all your documents ready when you start. The pathway is divided into steps. At the beginning of each step, there’s a list of the information that you need to continue.
You can sign up to create an account or use the pathways as a guest. If you choose not to create an account, the system will time out after 4 hours. You must create an account if you want to save your work on the system or use the other pathways.
If you need help using the Guided Pathways, or have questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This guided pathway does not give you legal advice. For advice about your situation, talk to a lawyer.