WomensLaw.org does not currently have Idaho-specific custody law information. For now, we have provided links to information we hope you find helpful. (WomensLaw.org has no relationship with these websites and does not endorse their services. We provide these links for your information only.)
The Idaho Courts website offers the following:
- A link to relevant court forms for custody, divorce, etc.
- Informational brochures on custody, visitation, paternity, child support, and more.
- Idaho also has Court Assistance Offices (CAO), which provide various services to the public to help ensure equal access to the courts. Their services include: review of CAO court forms and documents before they are filed; availability of public access computers for interactive forms; help with general form/document questions; assistance with calculating child support and completing a parenting plan; collection of instructional videos, brochures, and pamphlets on topics such as introduction to the court system, family law matters, domestic violence, etc.; legal research assistance on the Law Library website. To find your local CAO office, click here.
The questions in this section provide information about custody that is not specific to any state, including a section about how to try to transfer your custody case to a new state where you are living so that you can modify the custody order from your new state.