2010 Georgia Code
Title 9 - CIVIL PRACTICE
Chapter 11 - CIVIL PRACTICE ACT
E - 10. FORMS
§ . 9-11-133 -

O.C.G.A. 9-11-133 (2010)
9-11-133. Forms meeting requirements for civil case filing and disposition


(a) The forms set out in subsections (b), (c), (d), and (e) of this Code section or forms substantially similar to such forms are sufficient to meet the requirements for civil case filing and disposition forms. The civil case forms set out in Exhibit F of the "Report and Recommendations of the 1997-1998 Court Filings Committee" published by the State Bar of Georgia and dated May 15, 1998, are substantially similar to the forms set out in this Code section.

(b) General Civil Case Filing Information Form.


GENERAL CIVIL CASE FILING
INFORMATION FORM
(NONDOMESTIC)

Court

Superior County Date filed

State mm-dd-yyyy


Docket no.


Plaintiff(s) (last, suffix, Defendant(s) (last, suffix,

first, middle initial, first, middle initial,

maiden) maiden)

1. 1.

2. 2.

3. 3.

4. 4.

Plaintiff/petitioner's attorney

Pro Se

Bar #



No. of plaintiffs No. of defendants

CHECK PRIMARY CASE TYPE: IF TORT IS CASE TYPE:

(Check only ONE) (Check no more than TWO)

Contract/Account Auto Accident

Wills/Estate Premises Liability

Real Property Medical Malpractice

Dispossessory/Distress Other Professional

Personal Property Negligence

Equity Product Liability

Habeas Corpus Other (specify)

Appeals, Reviews

Postjudgment Garnish- Are punitive damages pleaded?

ment, Attachment, or Yes No

Other Relief

Nondomestic Contempt

Tort (If tort, fill in

right column)

Other General Civil

(specify)



(c) Domestic Relations Case Filing Information Form.


DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASE FILING
INFORMATION FORM

Court

Superior County
Date filed

mm-dd-yyyy


Docket no.


Plaintiff(s) Defendant(s)

(last, suffix, first, middle
(last, suffix, first, middle
initial, maiden) initial, maiden)

1. 1.

2. 2.

Plaintiff/Petitioner's attorney

Pro Se

Bar #


CONTEMPT
Contempt -- Custody,
Visitation, or

CHECK CASE TYPE: Parenting Time

(one or more) Contempt -- Child

Divorce (includes Support and Alimony
annulment) Contempt -- Child Support
Contested? Yes No
Contempt -- Alimony
Child Custody Other Domestic Contempt
issue? Yes No
Child Support
issue? Yes No
FAMILY VIOLENCE

Separate Maintenance Additional
information --

Adoption Ex Parte Relief

Paternity (includes
legitimation) Did the initial pleading

Interstate Support include a request for
Enforcement Action relief:

Domestication of 1. From alleged family
Foreign Custody Decree violence?
Yes No

Family Violence Act 2. Was ex parte relief
Petition requested?
Yes No
3. Was ex parte relief
granted?
Yes No
MODIFICATION OTHER

Modification -- Custody, Have the parties
agreed to
Visitation, or binding
arbitration?
Yes No
Parenting Time Have the parties reached
Does the modification a custodial
include a parent agreement?
Yes No
selection by a child If yes, is custody:
who is at least 14 Joint custody
years of Joint legal custody
age? Yes No
Joint physical custody

Modification -- Child Sole custody
to:
Support and Alimony Financial affidavit

Modification -- Child submitted?
Yes No
Support Child support forms

Modification -- Alimony submitted?
Yes No

(d) General Civil Case Final Disposition Form.


GENERAL CIVIL CASE FINAL
DISPOSITION FORM
(NONDOMESTIC)

Court

Superior County Date

State disposed mm-dd-yyyy


Docket no.


Reporting party
(Name) (Title)

Name of plaintiff/petitioner(s)



Plaintiff/petitioner's attorney Pro Se


Bar #


Name of defendant/respondent(s)


Defendant/respondent's attorney Pro Se


Bar #


TYPE OF DISPOSITION AWARD

1. Pretrial Dismissal 1. If verdict for plaintiff,

(specify which type) how much was awarded?

A. Involuntary $ compensatory

B. Voluntary (without $ punitive

prejudice) 2. If verdict on cross or

C. Voluntary (with counter claims, how much

prejudice) was awarded?

2. Pretrial Settlement $ compensatory

3. Default Judgment $ punitive

4. Summary Judgment 3. Did the court modify the

5. Transferred/ award?

Consolidated Yes No

6. Bench Trial 4. Were attorneys fees

7. Jury Trial (specify awarded?

outcome further) Yes No

A. Dismissal after

jury selected ADR

B. Settlement during 1. Was ADR utilized?

trial Yes No

C. Judgment on Verdict 2. If yes, was it (check

D. Directed Verdict or if applicable):

JNOV court annexed?

court mandated?

1. Judgment on verdict. 3. Did the matter settle after

Was the verdict: trial for other than

A. For plaintiff(s) (all) judgment? (If known at

B. For defendant(s) (all) the time of this

C. Other: (explain) submission)

Yes No



(e) Domestic Relations Case Final Disposition Information form.


DOMESTIC RELATIONS CASE FINAL
DISPOSITION INFORMATION FORM

Court

Superior County
Date

disposed mm-dd-yyyy


Docket no.


Reporting party
(Name) (Title)

Name of plaintiff/petitioner(s)



Plaintiff/petitioner's attorney

Pro Se

Bar #



Name of defendant/respondent(s)



Defendant/respondent's attorney

Pro Se

Bar #


RELIEF GRANTED (Check all
that apply)
1. Ex Parte Relief
2. Temporary Relief

TYPE OF DISPOSITION 3. Final Relief

1. Dismissed Without A.
Divorce/Annulment/
Final Order Separate Maintenance
A. Voluntary (by B. Child Custody
parties) (i) Parenting plan
B. Involuntary (by included?
Yes No
court) (ii) Custodial arrangement:

2. Pretrial Settlement
Joint custody

3. Judgment on the Joint
legal custody
Pleadings Joint physical custody

4. Summary Judgment Sole
custody

5. Trial to:
A. Bench Trial (iii) Fourteen year old
B. Jury Trial made parental
1. Dismissal after
selection? Yes No
jury selected C. Visitation or
parenting time
2. Settlement Approximate percentage
during trial of parenting time per
3. Judgment on year (or number of
days)
Verdict for: Mother Father
4. Directed Parenting time was
Verdict or contested?
Yes No
JNOV D. Child Support
(i) Forms
attached?
Yes No
E. Legitimation/
Paternity
F. Alimony
ADR G. Contempt

1. Was mediation utilized? H.
Equitable Division
Yes No I.
Protective Order

2. If yes, was it (check if
applicable): Finding of family
court annexed? violence?
Yes No
court mandated? J. Adoption

3. Was there an agreement to K. Attorney's
binding fees?
Yes No
arbitration? Yes No If yes,
in what amount: $
If yes, what matters were and
to whom:
subject to binding
arbitration? L. Other (specify)
Child custody
Visitation or Parenting
Time 4. Dismissed prior to
Parenting Plan granting of
relief.



HISTORY: Code 1981, 9-11-133, enacted by Ga. L. 2000, p. 850, 3; Ga. L. 2007, p. 554, 4/HB 369; Ga. L. 2010, p. 878, 9/HB 1387.

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