California Judicial Branch
1. What is an FW-001 Form FW-001 Form (Request to Waive Court Fees) is a federal court-system form (not an IRS tax form) issued by the US District Court. It lets citizens who don’t have enough financial resources to pay for court fees, waive court fees, or delay the payment due date to a more convenient day. You may need to attach Form MC-025 or an additional sheet of paper for writing. 2. What I need the FW-001 Form for? File the fillable Form FW-001 if you have an official low-income person status. This may include situations when you don’t have enough income to pay for basic household needs; The form is used for requesting a payment date delay if you can’t prove your eligibility, your situation gets good enough for paying, your civil case runs over $10,000 (collection costs may be applied additionally). 3. How to fill out Form FW-001? This court form blank includes 2 pages. You have to: Provide your personal information; Tell about your job and employer; Enter lawyer identification and contacts; Select the type of costs you want to be waived; Select the reasons for your request; Declare that all the provided information is true; In lines 7-11, report your gross monthly income (from a job, business, etc.), household income, money and property, monthly deductions, and expenses. You have an option to download Form FW-001 and fill it on your computer offline or print it directly from our website for manual completion. We also provide a 10-day free trial for our online PDF editor. 4. Organizations that work with Form FW-001 US District Court; State and local courts of the US.
What is FL-150? California divorce courts require that both parties to the divorce disclose their financial situation. This ensures that all financial decisions made by the court have a correct and complete context. To do this, you have to fill the form FL-150 out. It provides questions about income, living conditions and expenses for each spouse. What I need the FL-150 for? The purpose of filing the FL-150 is to provide California Marriage and Divorce Court with income, accommodation and expenses information for each spouse. This form can be filed by any married couple asking for a divorce in California State. The recipient of FL-150 is the California Divorce Court. In some special cases, FL-150 can be replaced by the FL-155 form. Filling out FL-150 To fill the FL-150 form properly, provide the following information: The attorney’s full name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address; Full name of the person represented by the attorney; Full address and branch of the courthouse; Correct divorce case number; Employer’s name, full address, phone number, and occupation; The date the spouse got the job, and the date the job ended (if needed); Indication of the hours worked and payment schedule for the presenting spouse; Relevant spouse’s age, high school degree status, college years completed, and occupational licenses; Taxes information; Total income of the other spouse (including self-employment income and any additional income with taxes returned); Information about the average salary, commissions, overtime payments, public assistance, spousal/partner support, or any other social payments made for the last 12 months (including union dues, retirement payments, hospital fees); The investment income information; All holdings including checking/saving accounts, funds, bonds, and belongings; Information about child financial support for children in other relationships, spousal payment from a different marriage, and job-related duties; The full names, ages of those who live with the spouse, relation, and the person’s total monthly income; Monthly expenses for rent or mortgages, living wage; Attorney payments; The number of children under the age of 18 and their care expenses (including health, education, travels, etc). Organizations that work with FL-150 California Divorce Court