Thanks guys. Let me explain a bit more, first the form. Our vendor for Kentico set up forms that tie into our back office systems so I have to use those. They are in web parts. Normally they are put in the upper right or upper left of the page depending on if the template is a 33%/66% or 66%/33%. Normally they fit right in there. We have a new page design whereby the form is not all the way against the far side of the containing element, rather it is position slightly inside so it appears to overlay on top of the rest of the page without using Z positioning. Our vendor gave us CSS control of the forms which I had hoped would help with positioning but the page is positioned in HTML (it uses columns to put it in the right spot).
Next, we also asked our vendor to create a "free form" template that would allow us full control over the entire page/template. This will mostly be used for SEM pages and micro sites that use somewhat different styling than the main site (which uses main navigation and other items that are hard coded in the back end of Kentico).
So to sum, I felt I had to remove the styled form that the designer created so that I can use the form app so that this form will be tied into our back office properly. I'm really close to getting there. When I used the inspect tool in chrome I can manually move the currently misplaced form into the right div and it works. That leaves me with how, in a free form web part do I place this form app -based form in the right spot? :-)