(a) Forms Adopted as Rules. The forms listed in this rule shall be adopted by the rulemaking process in Fla. R. Jud. Admin. 2.140. The Family Law Rules Committee of the The Florida Bar shall propose amendments to these forms and any associated instructions. These forms shall be designated "Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Forms." Forms coming under this provision are:

(1) 12.900(a), Disclosure From Nonlawyer;

(2) 12.900(b), Notice of Limited Appearance;

(3) 12.900(c), Consent to Limited Appearance by Attorney;

(4) 12.900(d), Termination of Limited Appearance;

(5) 12.900(e), Acknowledgment of Assistance by Attorney;

(6) 12.900(f), Signature Block for Attorney Making Limited Appearance;

(7) 12.900(g), Agreement Limiting Representation;

(8) 12.900(h), Notice of Related Cases;

(9) 12.901(a), Petition for Simplified Dissolution of Marriage;

(10) 12.902(b), Family Law Financial Affidavit (Short Form);

(11) 12.902(c), Family Law Financial Affidavit;

(12) 12.902(e), Child Support Guidelines Worksheet;

(13) 12.902(f)(3), Marital Settlement Agreement for Simplified Dissolution of Marriage;

(14) 12.910(a), Summons: Personal Service on an Individual;

(15) 12.913(b), Affidavit of Diligent Search and Inquiry;

(16) 12.913(c), Affidavit of Diligent Search;

(17) 12.920(a), Motion for Referral to General Magistrate;

(18) 12.920(b), Order of Referral to General Magistrate;

(19) 12.920(c), Notice of Hearing Before General Magistrate;

(20) 12.928, Cover Sheet for Family Court Cases.

(21) 12.930(a), Notice of service of Standard Family Law Interrogatories;

(22) 12.930(b), Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings;

(23) 12.930(c), Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Modification Proceedings;

(24) 12.932, Certificate of Compliance with Mandatory Disclosure; and

(25) 12.990(a), Final Judgment of Simplified Dissolution of Marriage.

(b) Other Family Law Forms. All additional Supreme Court approved forms shall be adopted by opinion of the Supreme Court of Florida and outside of the rulemaking procedures required by rule 2.140. These forms shall be designated "Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Forms."

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