Welcome to the Sixth Judicial District, Family Court Services
Family Court is striving to empower families to make their own decisions through educational programs and support services, reducing the need for intensive, costly judicial intervention.
Lacy Parker, LMSW
Idaho Supreme Court
Sixth Judicial District
Family Court Services Manager
624 East Center Street Room 106
Pocatello, ID 83201
Family Court Services
The Family Court Services office provides the following:
- Community resources & referrals.
- Information, training and up to date provider rosters for core services including;
Co-Parenting Education/ Focus on Children/ Silver Linings- Children’s Support Group
Brief Focused Assessments
Supervised Access Providers a.k.a Supervised Visits
Parenting Time Evaluations a.k.a Custody Evaluations
- Coordination and facilitation of the co-parenting education workshop, Focus on the Children.
Classes for the Sixth Judicial District are held in Bannock, Caribou and Franklin County.
Please click on the Focus on Children Class link for updated class schedules or call at 208-236-7416.
Interactive Divorce Forms on the Idaho Supreme Court Website
Includes Acceptance of Service Form, Notice of Request for Hearing and Filing of Parenting Agreement, Affidavit Verifying Income, Parenting Plan Checklist etc.
Family Court offers Supreme Court approved funding to eligible parties.
Please click on the link below for an application and more information about funding options.
Introduction to Mediation
How Ready am I for Mediation?
Sixth District Approved Child Custody Mediators
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.