Community Debts Community debts are debts incurred during your marriage by you or your spouse that are not separate debts. Generally, separate debts are debts you had before you got married, bills you owe for improving or maintaining your separate property, or debts you acquire solely in your own name. (Most debts acquired during marriage are community debts.)
The Interactive Custody Petition is currently undergoing revisions due to changes in the law and is not available. We apologize for the inconvenience. You must have the following completed forms with you before you start: Parenting Plan (Form #FL 03) Income Affidavit (Form #FL 01-11) Child Support Worksheet (Form #FL01-13)
Emergency Help If you or someone you know is being abused, get help as soon as possible. You can find the following kinds of help: Legal Help 24-hour domestic violence hotlines Shelters Legal Help Call the ILAS domestic violence hotline 208-746-7541
All Idaho Legal Aid Services' (ILAS) offices provide the following kinds of help to victims of domestic violence: protection orders divorce custody and/or visitation spousal and child support In order to be eligible, you must be the following:
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Generally, family law involves issues such as: Adoption Child Custody Child Support Divorce Domestic Violence Paternity Spousal Support Visitation Civil Protection Orders However, Idaho Legal Aid Services, Inc. is limited in the types of family law cases we can accept. We may provide legal help to families in the following types of cases:
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