Parents can find downloadable child custody forms from non-profit organizations, county websites or law sites, according to the TexasLawHelp.org, Maricopa County and RocketLawyer websites. Consult a lawyer, mediator or other professional with questions regarding child custody forms.
TexasLawHelp.org is one program provided by the Texas Legal Services Center non-profit law center, as stated by TexasLawHelp. The service provides forms regarding income withholding for support, suits affecting the parent-child relationship and others.
The Maricopa county website offers court forms for parents to establish custody, child support or parental visitation rights. Parents should fully read and understand the instructions and factors listed on the page.
RocketLawyer offers parenting plan templates by state. Both parties need to sign the forms once they are completed.