Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit Superior Courts

Family Law

Rules, Forms, and Links
[downloadable copies of forms and rules]


The "Family Law" page of the Blue Ridge Circuit resource web site has added some selected adoption forms. This page is dedicated to Domestic Relations information. The goal is to provide a useful and accessible resource for court related information. The downloadable forms are arranged for easier review and retrieval. [check back soon for updated domestic relations pretrial order form.]


1. Certificate of Adoption

2. Declaration in Lieu of Agency Report - Stepparent Adoption

3. Adoption Form 419  


1. Divorce without children     

  1. Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit

2. Divorce with children

  1. Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit
  2. Child Support Worksheets (data entry form ver 9.2) 
  3.  State website for other form options
  4.  Parenting Plans(contested WORD form) OR

3. Modification of custody 

4. Modification of support only

  1. Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit
  2. Child Support Worksheets

5. Domestic Relations Pretrial Order

 DRPTO-2014 rev.

  • Exhibits to be attached to DRPTO
  1.  List of Witnesses 
  2.  List of Evidentiary Exhibits 
  3.  Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit
  4.  Property Schedule
  5.   Child Support Worksheets  (where applicable)
  6. Parenting Plans  (where applicable)
  7.  Seminar for Divorcing Parents  (2009 rev) 
    • Attendance is required in all divorce cases with common parents.
  8.  Other
  9. Stipulations

6. Addendum to be attached with the child support worksheets to the proposed final order.

  1.  Child Support Addendum to Order (initial determination) fill-in form
  2. Child Support Addendum to Order (initial determination) paper
  3.  Child Support Addendum to Order (modification) paper

U.S.C.R. 24.2 changes.
Rule 24 seems to be one of those rules that gets changed often. Be aware.



Information about the Domestic Relations Pre-trial Order Form

This form is different from the general civil pre-trial order form. It is required in all contested domestic cases and the parties must submit a proposed consolidated domestic relations pre-trial order prior to the scheduling of any final hearing.

When one party fails to cooperate with the consolidated proposal or the parties can't agree on the consolidation, a conference with the judge should be scheduled pursuant to U.S.C.R 7.1.




rev. 2015_09_24

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