I found a couple of them that are workable. Virginia has had this problem for years, they have a ton of forms online just not the ones that are used most often. However, here are two examples:
Continuances are actually very simple. In addition to these you would want to attach an affidavit stating that the information in the motion is true and correct, that you are over the age of 18, etc.
Another good source is to go the clerk of courts office and ask for a file where one has been filed by an attorney and then get a copy of it and use it as a guide. Almost all files are public records and you may have to pay a few dollars for a copy, but there shouldn't be an issue getting it. That's where lawyers go to get forms for things that they've never done before. When I was clerking I did that to get the first set of medical malpractice discovery I ever drafted.
You can also go here and find an affidavit form:
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