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Oneida County, New York Family Court
Child Custody Information  

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Where To File for Child Custody in Oneida County, New York

In Oneida County, child custody is handled by the Oneida County 5th Judicial District Court


Oneida County 5th Judicial District Court


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Utica: 315-266-4444

Rome: 315-266-4500


Oneida County Family Court - Utica
Oneida County Courthouse
200 Elizabeth Street, 1st Floor
Utica, NY 13501

Oneida County Family Court - Rome
Oneida County Courthouse
301 West Dominick Street
Rome, NY 13440



Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. excluding court holidays.


Oneida County Child Custody Forms & Fees

New York Child Custody Forms Used in Oneida County

Oneida County Child Custody Forms

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Before you file legal papers, take some time to familiarize yourself with the resouces offered by your local court. Most courts now offer at least some materials and forms to help you understand and manage your child custody case. Even if you plan to work with a lawyer, it's smart to do some research before you turn things over. When you're ready to find a lawyer, the resources below can help you locate a child custody attorney near you.

Oneida County Family Court Self-Help Materials

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These are the official forms for use in Family Court proceedings. The forms listed as "orders" are provided simply as samples (as they must be signed by a judge, judicial hearing officer, referee or support magistrate). Many others are provided for use by public agencies in juvenile delinquency, child protective and other cases.

The forms are arranged by type of case, for example:

  • Petition forms for bringing the following types of cases: General Form-17 (custody or visitation), General Form-22 (writ of habeas corpus for custody or visitation), Form 4-3 (child support), Form 5-1 (paternity), Form 7-4 (PINS), Form 8-2 (family offense), Form UIFSA-4 (interstate child support or paternity) or Form UCCJEA-1 (interstate child custody or visitation).
  • General Form-21, for use in a child support, paternity, custody, visitation, abuse, neglect or family offense case, to request address confidentiality where disclosure would pose an unreasonable risk to health or safety to the petitioner/respondent, or that person’s child.
  • Form 4-24/5-16/UIFSA-10 (child support or paternity) or Form UCCJEA-7 (Interstate Child Custody and Visitation) for use in certain child support, paternity or interstate child custody or visitation proceedings, to request that testimony be taken by telephone, video-conference or other electronic means.






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Oneida County Family Court - Utica

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Oneida County Courthouse
200 Elizabeth Street
Utica, NY13501

Phone: 315-266-4444
Fax: 315-266-4421

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Online Court Resources

Resources for the Oneida County Family Court - Utica as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Oneida County, New York, and resources applicable to all courts in New York.

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Family Court Case Records

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Case Records Requests

View information on requesting case records from the court clerk, including fees for copies, inspection for free at the clerk's office, and trial transcripts.

Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases

Family Court Calendars

Search Family Court and Integrated Domestic Violence Court calendars by county, court location and date; calendars are displayed by judge and part .Only those cases with pending future appearances are included.

Published opinions and orders

New York State Trial Court Decisions

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Forms and related information

Online Forms and Filing Fee Information

View and download forms and view filing fees for various courts. Forms for statewide use include Family Court, Domestic Violence, Surrogate's Court, Divorce, Criminal, and various general and procedural forms. Some local court forms are included.

Do-It-Yourself Forms

Use an interactive computer program to fill out forms for use in various courts. Forms are organized by case type, program/form name, and court.

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Self help, legal research, general information

Oneida County Child Support Enforcement

View informationa about child support enforcement in Oneida County, including contacts and answers to frequently asked questions.

Oneida County Family Court Guide

View information about Family Court procedure in Oneida County. A link to instructions for filing a petition is on the left side of the page.

Oneida County Law Library

View information about the Oneida County Law Library, including a description of its collections and services, and links to online legal research resources, materials request by e-mail or fax, public computer terminals, and the state law library online catalog.

5th Judicial District Mediators and Neutrals

View a roster of neutral evaluators and mediators available in Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga, and Oswego Counties for alternative dispute resolution, which allows parties to resolve conflicts without going to court.

Divorce Information

View information about divorce and related issues in New York, including divorce mediation, forms, county-specific information, domestic violence, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Family Violence Information and Resources

View information about family violence cases and specialized courts, with links to resources for victims of domestic violence and elder abuse. For locations and contact information for Domestic Violence, Integrated Domestic Violence, and Youthful Offender Domestic Violence Courts, hover your cursor over the "Domestic Violence/Integrated Domestic Violence" menu item on the left side of the page and select "Court Locations" from the drop-down menu.

Guardianship and Fiduciary Information

View information for court-appointed guardians and other types of fiduciaries such as attorneys for incapacitated persons, guardians ad litem, receivers, and law guardians for children. Training resources, laws, forms, summaries of relevant cases, and a Guardian ad Litem Manual are included.

Orders of Protection

View information about Orders of Protection, which can help keep someone from harming you. Includes the difference between Supreme Court, Family Court, and criminal courts Orders of Protection, what you can do if someone violates an Order of Protection, and additional information about Domestic Violence.

Rural Legal Resources

The Rural Law Center provides self-help guides, forms, and samples geared toward low-income rural residents. Topics include going to court, service of court papers, small claims, family matters, housing, and mediation.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

The Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution provides a list of alternative dispute resolution court based programs, information about ADR, and links to private ADR organizations and other resources.

Child Support Services

The New York State Division of Child Support Enforcement offers information and services related to child support, including paternity establishment and enforcement of child support orders.

Law Library Information

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Legal Information and Legal Resources

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New York Laws

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Self-Help Legal Information

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Trial Court Rules

View the Uniform Rules for New York State Trial Courts by court type and topic.

Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral

Oneida County Civil Public Defender

View information about the Oneida County Public Defender - Civil Division, who provides civil legal services in Family and Surrogate's Courts to low-income residents.

Legal Aid Mid New York

Contact the Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York for free civil legal assistance for low-income residents of Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, and Otsego Counties.

Rural Law Center Legal Help

View contact information for the Rural Law Center, or complete and submit an online form, to request legal assistance for low-income rural residents.

Find Free Legal Assistance

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Information about Attorneys

View information about client rights and responsibilities, the Attorney Grievance Committee, and the Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program.

New York State Bar Association Lawyer Referral

The New York State Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service by telephone, which includes an initial consultation with a lawyer. Referral is free; a nominal fee is charged for the consultation for most types of cases, although it is free for certain types of cases. The service includes most counties; contacts and links to services in the remaining counties are provided.

Women Lawyers

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