Washington State Divorce Forms
Washington requires the use of Pattern Forms for family law cases (except for committed intimate relationship (CIR) cases).
Here are links to the official Washington State forms.
For a complete list of all of the state forms: http://www.courts.wa.gov/forms/
Below are links to some forms for common issues. The State’s form pages are confusingly organized so be sure you are in the right area before you start using forms.
Divorce forms including Parenting Plans, Child Support Orders, and Financial Declarations in a divorce case.
Forms for child support issues.
If you want to move, here are the notice forms
If you want to object to someone moving, here are the objection forms
Parentage case forms including establishing a Residential Schedule and Child Support Orders when the parents were never married.