Family Court Services
Sixth Judicial District
Bannock-Bear Lake- Caribou-Franklin-Oneida-Power
Striving to empower families to make their own decisions through educational programs & support services.
Bannock County Courthouse
624 E. Center St. Room 106
Pocatello, ID 83201
Family Court Services (FCS) helps resolve cases involving children and families through the combined efforts of the courts, the family, and community services in ways that are less adversarial and intrusive.
Brief Focused (Family) Assessments
Child Custody Mediation
Court Assistance Forms
Domestic Violence Court
Focus on Children Co-Parenting
Guardian & Conservator Monitoring
Parenting Time Evals. (Custody Evals.)
Silver Linings (Children's Support Group)
Supervised Visits and Exchanges
By utilizing FCS, parties find they have the capacity to achieve healthy transitions through change because they are empowered with information to make informed decisions about their family’s future.
Family Court Services offers approved funding to eligible parties and services.
Click on the link for an application.
Legal Resources: https://isb.idaho.gov/public-resources/additional-legal-resources/
Twenty Facts about Divorce
Children's Needs- Coping with parents living apart...
Child development and parents who don't live together Family Resource Booklet
Lacy Parker, LMSW, FCSM
Family Court Services Manager
208-236-7432 (DeeAnn Gunn-Assistant)
Kimberly Talbot, LSW, MPH
Domestic Violence Court Coordinator
Lead Court Assistance Officer
Sandra Thoen, BS
Guardian & Conservator Monitoring Coord.
NOTICE: Family Court Services does not represent parties or any of their interests. While confidentiality practices concerning anything discussed are utilized, it is not guaranteed. Family Court Services may provide services to the opposing party/ies (other person/s involved in the same case). Family Court Services can only give information; not interpretations of laws or strategies for any case. If seeking representation, a confidential consultation, or legal advice, you will have to consult with a private attorney.