The DIY filing process will accept electronic signatures from users, provide prompts and information, let users know if they need support documents, and allow them to partially complete a form, save it, and then return later to complete the process. A staffer Ashley updated the commission on the Florida Courts Help App, released about a year ago. Changes include adding a Veteran’s icon and a veterans’ resource (https://www.stpetersburgfamilylawattorney.com/) page on the app in response to issues the commission heard about at its previous meeting and a link to and more information about the portal and DIY forms. The Bar’s Young Lawyers Division reviewed the app and “provided suggestions for every page” and those have been incorporated, she said. Among other successes of the first year, the app has been installed almost 6,000 times and has been used to download more than 2 million Supreme Court-approved family law forms. You can find out more, by looking at https://www.divorceattorneystpetersburg.com/.