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FL-600
GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (under Family Code, §§ 17400 and 17406): FOR COURT USE ONLY

TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS (Optional): ATTORNEY FOR (Name):

FAX NO.:

COURT Index No. Calendar No.

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME:

...................................................... : : Plaintiff(s) -against: : :

PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:

JUDICIAL SUBPOENA

SUPPLEMENTAL COMPLAINT CASE NUMBER: : REGARDING PARENTAL OBLIGATIONS Defendant(s) : TO (name): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The local child support agency has filed this lawsuit against you. This lawsuit says you and the other parent are the parents of each child named in this Complaint and that the obligor may be required to pay child support. The attached proposed Judgment Regarding Parental Obligations (form FL-630) names you and the other parent as parents of each child listed below and, if there is an amount THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK stated in item 6 of the proposed Judgment, orders the obligor to pay support for these children. If you disagree with the proposed Judgment,TO must file the attached Answer (form FL-610) form with the court clerk within 30 days of the date that you were you served with this Complaint. If you do not file an Answer, the proposed Judgment will become a final determination that you are the parent and responsible for support. If you are required to pay child support, the payments may be taken from your pay or other property without further notice. See the attached statement of your rights and responsibilities for more information. GREETINGS: La agencia local que vigila la manutención de menores ha registrado la presente demanda contra usted. Esta demanda dice que usted y el otro padre son los padres de los that all business and excuses being laid aside, you and each of you attendde menores. El WE COMMAND YOU, hijos nombrados aqui y que el obligado deberá pagar manutención before propuesto the Honorable FALLO RESPECTO A OBLIGACIONES PATERNAS (Gubernamental) (formulario FL-630) los nombra a usted y al otro , at the Court located at County of padre como padres de cada uno de los hijos que figuran a continuación y, si se incluye una suma en el inciso ó, obliga al obligado a in room , hijos. , at o'clock deberá noon, el at any recessed pagar manutención por estoson the Si no day ofde acuerdo , 20 el FALLO propuesto, in the registrarandformulario de RESPUESTA está con or adjourned date, to al actuario del tribunal as a witness in this action on the part of the que se adjunta, presentándolotestify and give evidence dentro de 30 días después de haber recibido notificación de esta DEMANDA. Si usted no registra una RESPUESTA, el FALLO propuesto tomará efecto con una determinación final de paternidad. Si se le está exigiendo que pague manutención de menores, los pagos podrán ser deducidos de su salario o de otras pertenencias suyas sin necesidad de mandarle ninguna otra notificación. Para mayorpunishable as a contempt of court and willrespecto a liable to Your failure to comply with this subpoena is información, vea la declaración anexa make you los derechos y the party on tiene. responsabilidades quewhose behalf this subpoena was issued for a maximum penalty of $50 and all damages sustained as a result of your failure to comply. 1. The local child support agency is asking the court to issue judgment or orders for the following children: Modify Beginning Date of Establish Establish Witness, Honorable of the Justices of the Name Parentage , one Support Date Birth Order Court in County, day of , 20

SUMMONS AND

COMPLAINT AMENDED COMPLAINT

(Attorney must sign above and type name below)

Attorney(s) for
Additional children are listed on a page (labeled Attachment 1) attached to this Complaint. Notice to person served: You are served Office 1. as an individual defendant/respondent. and P.O. Address 2. 3. Date:
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use Judicial Council of California FL-600 [Rev. January 1, 2007]

COMPLAINT REGARDING PARENTAL OBLIGATIONS
(Governmental)

on behalf of a minor child or children. other (specify): Telephone No.: Clerk, by Facsimile No.: E-Mail Address: SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT OR Tel. No.: Mobile SUPPLEMENTAL

, Deputy
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FL-600
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:
CASE NUMBER:

2. a. The parents of the children named in item 1 are (specify name): (specify name): b. (Specify name) of parentage on file with the is named as the parent of the children listed in item 1 in the declaration local child support agency or the county welfare department.

c. The obligor (the parent asked to pay support) is (specify): 3. Complete the following section if support is being requested but the "Establish Parentage" box has not been checked in item 1. Please specify each child. You do not need to complete this section if a final judgment of parentage was previously entered under this case number. a. A Voluntary Declaration of Paternity that has not been canceled and was signed by both parents has been forwarded to the California Department of Child Support Services for the following children (specify):

b.

The following are named as children of the marriage in a family law judgment in (specify county and state) in case number (specify) for the following children (specify):

c.

Judgment of parentage has previously been entered in (specify county and state) in case number (specify)

for the following children (specify):

d.

Other (specify): (Names of children):

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PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:
CASE NUMBER:

4. a. b.

Some or all of the children named in item 1 are receiving or have received public assistance from the following counties (specify): Date public assistance first paid:

5. Other (specify): THE LOCAL CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY REQUESTS THAT: 6. The court determine that the persons listed in item 2 are the parents of the children listed in item 1 for whom the "Establish Parentage" boxes have been checked. Based on the California support guideline, the court order the obligor to pay: $ a. current monthly child support based on the obligor's known income of $ per month, and, if applicable, the obligee's known income of $ per month. current monthly child support based on the obligor's presumed income, as provided by law. b. $ c. $ additional monthly child support for the following reasons (specify): d. The court issue appropriate orders for sharing the costs of child care and/or uninsured health care (specify):

7.

e.

Other (specify):

8.

The court order the obligor to provide health insurance for each child named in item 1, if available at no or reasonable cost; to keep the local child support agency informed of the availability of the coverage; to complete and return, within 20 days of the local child support agency's request, a health insurance form and that a National Medical Support Notice be issued. If health insurance is not available at no or reasonable cost, that the court orders obligor to provide coverage when it becomes available. NOTICE: The obligor's employer or other person providing health insurance will be ordered to enroll the children in an appropriate health insurance plan if the obligor is found to be the parent.

9. A wage and earnings assignment be issued. 10. The court order the parents to advise the local child support agency within 10 days in writing of any change in residence or employment. 11. The court order the obligor to make all payments to (specify): 12. The other parent be added as a party to this case.

13. Number of pages attached:

NOTICE
Child support: The court will make orders for the support of the children upon request and submission of financial forms by the requesting party. If you want legal advice, contact a lawyer immediately. A Statement of Rights and Responsibilities is attached to this document. Please read it carefully. Date:

(TYPE OR PRINT NAME) FL-600 [Rev. January 1, 2007]

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SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT OR SUPPLEMENTAL COMPLAINT REGARDING PARENTAL OBLIGATIONS
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FL-600
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:
CASE NUMBER:

Hearing by Court Commissioner This case may be referred to a court commissioner for hearing. By law, court commissioners do not have the authority to issue final orders and judgments in contested cases unless they are acting as temporary judges. The court commissioner in your case will act as a temporary judge unless, before the hearing, you or any other party objects to the commissioner acting as a temporary judge. You can object to the commissioner acting as a temporary judge in one of two ways: (1) by telling the commissioner in court, at the start of your hearing, that you object or (2) by delivering a written objection to the court clerk. You must object before the hearing in your case begins. You do not have to give a reason for your objection. The court commissioner may still hear your case to make findings and a recommended order. If you do not like the recommended order, you must object to it within 10 court days in writing (use Notice of Objection (form FL-666); otherwise, the recommended order will become a final order of the court). If you object to the recommended order, a judge will make a temporary order and set a new hearing. Family Law Facilitator Each superior court has a family law facilitator's office to provide education, information, and assistance to parents who have child support issues. The basic duties of the family law facilitator include: Providing educational materials; Distributing court forms; Providing assistance in completing forms; Preparing child support guideline calculations; and Providing referrals to the local child support agency, family court services, and other community agencies. The family law facilitator is a neutral person whose services are available to any person who is NOT represented by an attorney. Both parties in the same case may receive assistance from the family law facilitator. There is no attorney-client privilege between the family law facilitator and any person assisted by the family law facilitator, and matters discussed with the family law facilitator are not confidential. No person can be represented by the family law facilitator.

STATEMENT OF RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
NOTICE to the defendant/respondent: The proposed Judgment Regarding Parental Obligations will be entered against you unless you file your written Answer to Complaint or Supplemental Complaint Regarding Parental Obligations (form FL-610) with the court clerk within 30 days of the date you were served with the Complaint. The proposed Judgment will be entered whether or not you have a lawyer. If you were served with a form telling you the date of a court hearing, you should go to court on that date. An order may be entered without your input if you do not attend the hearing.

AVISO para el acusado: El FALLO propuesto entrará en efecto contra usted, a menos que dentro de 30 días desde cuando recibió notificación de la DEMANDA, usted registre por escrito una RESPUESTA A DEMANDA o DEMANDA SUPLEMENTAL RESPECTO A OBLIGACIONES PATERNAS (Gubernamental) (formulario 610). El FALLO propuesto entrará en efecto contra usted, tenga o no tenga usted un abogado. Si le dieron notificación con un formulario que especifica una fecha de audiencia, usted tiene que presentarse al tribunal en esa fecha. Si no asiste a la audiencia, una orden judicial podrá emitirse sin considerar su punto de vista.

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PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:
CASE NUMBER:

NOTICE TO BOTH PARENTS
The local child support agency has sued both of you to determine whether you are the parents of the children listed and if one or both of you should be ordered to pay child support. The local child support agency does not represent any individual in this lawsuit, including either parent or the children. Carefully read this statement and the other papers that you received. You have the right to be represented by a lawyer. If you dispute that you are the parent of the children listed in the Complaint and you do not have enough money for a lawyer, you may ask the court to appoint a lawyer to represent you on the issue of parentage. Other information about court-appointed lawyers (specify):

Settling Out of Court You may contact the local child support agency to try to work out a settlement agreement. However, you must still file an Answer form within 30 days. If you and the local child support agency can reach an agreement regarding the requests made in the Complaint, you may sign a settlement agreement called a stipulation. By signing a stipulation, you are agreeing to give up your rights explained in this statement, you are agreeing that you are the parent of the children listed in the Complaint, and you are agreeing to obey all of the terms of the stipulation. The stipulation will become a court order that you must obey. Going to Court If you file your Answer form, you have the right to a court hearing, to subpoena witnesses, to ask questions of any witness against you, and to present evidence on your behalf. Genetic tests may be performed if the defendant questions parentage of the children listed in the Complaint. If the defendant refuses to cooperate in the genetic testing process, the issue of parentage may be resolved against the defendant. The costs of the genetic testing may be charged to one of you. Earnings Assignment All orders for support must contain an earnings assignment. If you are obligated to pay support, this assignment will require your employer or other payor to deduct support payments from your salary or earnings and send the payments to the local child support agency. Your employer may also be required to enroll your children in a health insurance plan and deduct the cost from your salary or earnings. Any amounts you owe may be collected from your property, whether or not you are current in your payments toward past due support. Collection may be made by taking money owed to you by the state or federal government (such as tax refunds, unemployment and disability benefits, and lottery winnings), by taking property you own, by placing a lien on your property, or by any other lawful means. You may be fined or imprisoned if you fail to pay support as ordered. If the local child support agency does not know how much money the obligor (parent asked to pay support) earns, he or she is presumed to earn enough money to pay the amounts stated in item 6b of the proposed Judgment Regarding Parental Obligations (form FL-630).

A blank Answer to Complaint or Supplemental Complaint Regarding Parental Obligations (form FL-610) is included in the papers that were served on you. If you did not receive an Answer form or if you would like another copy, you may get one from the local child support agency, the court clerk's office, or the family law facilitator. The family law facilitator can assist you in filling out the Answer form. You must file your Answer form with the court clerk within 30 days of the date you were served with the Complaint whether or not you obtain an attorney.

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FL-600
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:
CASE NUMBER:

Other Important Information Both parents should tell the local child support agency everything they know about the other parent's earnings and assets. The defendant is always a party to this action. If the other parent has requested or is receiving services from the local child support agency, that parent will become a party to the lawsuit filed by the local child support agency after the initial support order or medical support order is entered by the court. After the other parent has become a party to the lawsuit, either parent may then ask the court to decide issues concerning support, custody, visitation, and restraining orders (domestic violence). No other issues may be raised in this lawsuit. Either parent may go to court to modify the court order. The local child support agency cannot bring proceedings to establish or modify custody, visitation, or restraining orders. After the other parent has become a party to the lawsuit, either parent may go to court to enforce the existing order against the other, but must first notify the local child support agency as required by law. The local child support agency is allowed 30 days to determine whether or not a parent will be permitted to proceed with the enforcement action against the other parent. The local child support agency may deny a parent permission to proceed if it is currently taking enforcement action or if the action by a parent would interfere with an investigation. If the local child support agency does not respond to the notice by the parent seeking enforcement within 30 days or if the local child support agency notifies the parent seeking enforcement that the enforcement action can proceed, the parent may then file the enforcement action as long as all support is paid through the local child support agency.

If the custodial person receives public assistance, the local child support agency may agree to settle any parentage or support issue in this lawsuit without providing advance notice to the custodial person. A child support agency may not settle any child support issue without the consent of any parent who is an applicant for child support services and who does not receive public assistance. The local child support agency is required, under section 466(a)(13) of the Social Security Act, to place in the records pertaining to child support the social security number of any individual who is subject to a divorce decree, support order, or paternity determination or acknowledgment. This information is mandatory and will be kept on file at the local child support agency. Your family law facilitator is available to help you with any questions you may have about the above information. You can reach your family law facilitator by telephone at: or in person at:

For more information on finding a lawyer or family law facilitator, see the California Courts Online Self-Help Center at wwwcourtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp.

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