The agreement must also contain a consent, the duration of the temporary guardianship, the authorization of the notary. The applicant completed an affidavit of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.902 (d), filed with this petition. The affidavit contains the current names and addresses of the persons with whom the child has lived (lived) in the last 5 years, the places where the child has lived in the last 5 years and information about a custody procedure in that state or another country concerning the child (the children). If the affidavit is not fully completed, signed under oath and presented with the petition, the case may be dismissed without being heard. You can also submit if you are an extended family member who cares full-time for the child in the role of surrogate parent in which the child has lived for some time and where the child currently lives. If the parents do not give you your consent, you will need a family law lawyer to help you complete the agreement and submit the forms to the competent court. THEREFORE, the applicant requests that the applicant grant the applicant provisional custody of the child who is the subject of this proceeding; give the petitioner relief other than that requested; and to shame any other relief the Court deems necessary. The Florida Supreme Court, upon request and with the cooperation of the Advisory Workgroup, adopted new family law forms approved by the Florida Supreme Court regarding temporary and concurrent custody of children. These new forms are accepted to respond to changes in the legal language obtained by Chapter 2010-30, the Laws of Florida. The Court invites all interested persons to submit their observations on the amended forms, which are reproduced in their entirety and are available online under www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml. An original and nine paper copies of all observations must be filed with the Tribunal on or before 6 June 2011, together with a separate request for a hearing if the person presenting the notice wishes to attend the oral procedure that may be scheduled in that case. Electronic copies of all notices must also be filed in accordance with the administrative decision of the Court of Justice.
AOSC04-84 (September 13, 2004). . . . .