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Disclaimer

The Superior Court of Cobb County does not provide legal advice, nor is it engaged in the practice of law. This website should be used as a resource for general information, and the content provided should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a qualified lawyer. According to O.C.G.A. 15-19-51, it is illegal for anyone but a duly licensed attorney to give legal advice.  Therefore, we strongly recommend consulting a lawyer to discuss your case and how the law applies to your particular situation.

Due to the changing nature of the law and factual differences in each person's situation, the forms and information contained in the Family Law packets may become outdated, may not be applicable to your situation, or both. Therefore, you should review and research statutes and rules of procedure referenced in the instructions to ensure that the forms are accurate, current, and applicable to your particular situation.

If there is any question in your mind concerning these forms, the use of these forms, or your legal rights, it is strongly recommended that you consult a properly licensed attorney. If you do not know an attorney and you live in the Cobb County area, you should contact the Cobb County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service by calling (770) 424-7149. Otherwise, contact your local Bar Association.

If you are unable to afford the services of an attorney, you should contact the following organization to see if you are eligible for their services:

  • Cobb Office of The Atlanta Legal Aid Society at (770) 528-2565

By using this website and the links provided, you acknowledge and agree that the Superior Court of Cobb County and its staff are not responsible for any errors or omissions on the website, or any site linked within, nor for any damages resulting or alleged to result from its use or application.

Under no circumstances will Court Administration, the Clerk of the Court, the State of Georgia, Cobb County Government, or anyone contributing to the production of these forms, commentary, instructions, and appendices be liable for any indirect or consequential damages resulting from their use.

Use these forms at your own risk. These forms may or may not be appropriate in your particular case. Any desired outcome from the use of these forms cannot be predicted or guaranteed. It is strongly recommended that you seek legal advice.

Court Administration Forms

Court Appearances

Court Appearances
Request to Waive In-Custody Transport
Important Note:  An attorney may request that an in-custody defendant not be transported for a routine court appearance using the Request to Waive In-Custody transport form above.  Once completed, this form must be emailed or otherwise forwarded to both the assigned judge's office and the assigned prosecutor, in  order for it to be effective.

Request to Use Recording Device (Rule 22)
Rule 22 (Request To Use A Recording Device Pursuant To Rule 22 On Recording Of Judicial Proceedings)

Family Law Forms

Poverty Affidavit

Poverty Affidavit Packet (Full document)

Individual forms contained within this packet: