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FL-692
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME: FOR COURT USE ONLY

PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT:

ORDER MINUTES AND

JUDGMENT

CASE NUMBER:

RECOMMENDED ORDER This form may be used for preparation of court minutes and/or as an alternative to form FL-615, FL-625, FL-665, or FL-687. If this form is prepared as both court minutes and an alternative to one of these forms, then the parties do not need to prepare any additional form of order. 1. This matter proceeded as follows: Uncontested By stipulation Contested a. Date: Time: Department: b. Judicial officer (name): Judge Pro Tempore Commissioner Court reporter (name): Court clerk (name): Bailiff (name): c. d. e. f. g. h. i. 2. 3. a. b. c. Interpreter(s) present (name): for (name): (specify language): Petitioner present Attorney present (name): Respondent present Attorney present (name): Other parent present Attorney present (name): Attorney for local child support agency (name): The obligor (parent ordered to pay support) for purposes of this order is the Other (specify): This is a recommended order/judgment based on the objection of (specify name): This matter is taken off calendar. This entire matter is denied with without prejudice. respondent

petitioner other parent.

respondent

d. 4.

petitioner local child support agency This matter is continued at the request of the other parent to: Date: Time: Department: (Specify issues): Petitioner Respondent Other parent is ordered to appear at that date and time. The court takes the following matters under submission (specify): Order of examination petitioner

The 5. Referrals a. b. c. 6. 7. 8.

respondent

other (specify):

was sworn and examined.

Examination was held outside of court. The parties are referred to Family Court Services or mediation. Respondent is referred to the family law facilitator. Other parent Petitioner Other (specify): Respondent Respondent Petitioner Petitioner Other parent Other parent was admits was not denies served regarding this matter. parentage.

THE COURT FINDS

The parents of the children named below in item 14(a) are (specify names):
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Form Adopted for Alternative Mandatory Use Instead of Form FL-615, FL-625, FL-630, FL-665, or FL-687 Judicial Council of California FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

MINUTES AND ORDER OR JUDGMENT
(Governmental)

Family Code, §§ 17400, 17406 www.courtinfo.ca.gov

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FL-692
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT: CASE NUMBER:

9.

Respondent Petitioner Other parent has read, understands, and has signed the Advisement and Waiver of Rights for Stipulation (form FL-694) attachment. He or she gives up those rights and freely agrees that a judgment may be entered in accordance with these findings.

10. a. Guideline support amount: $ b. This order is is not based on the guideline. c. The attached Guideline Findings Attachment (form FL-693) is incorporated into these findings. d. A printout, which shows the calculation of child support payable, is attached and must become the court's findings. The child support agreed to by the parents is e. below above the statewide child support guideline. The amount of support that would have been ordered under the guideline formula is $ per month. The parties have been fully informed of their rights concerning child support. Neither party is acting out of duress or coercion. Neither party is receiving public assistance, and no application for public assistance is pending. The needs of the children will be adequately met by this agreed-upon amount of child support. The order is in the best interest of the children. If the order is below the guideline, no change of circumstance will be required to modify this order. If the order is above the guideline, a change of circumstance will be required to modify this order. f. 11. The low-income adjustment applies. Arrearages from (specify date): are $ including interest through (specify date): interest not computed and not waived.

THE COURT ORDERS 12. All orders previously made in this action must remain in full force and effect except as specifically modified below. 13. Genetic testing must be coordinated by the local child support agency. a. Respondent Petitioner Mother of the children Other (specify): and the minor children must each submit to genetic testing as directed by the local child support agency. Obligor must reimburse the local child support agency for genetic testing costs of $ Obligor is the parent of the following children and must pay current child support for them. There is sufficient evidence that the obligor is the parent of the following children to enter a support order. Name Date of birth Monthly basic support amount

b. 14. a.

b.

Additional children are listed on an attached page. Obligor must pay additional support monthly for actual child-care costs: (specify amount): $ (specify percent): one-half

c.

d.

percent of said costs. Payments must be made to the child-care provider. local child support agency other party Obligor must pay reasonable uninsured health-care costs for the children: (specify amount): $ (specify percent): one-half percent of said costs. Payments must be made to the other party local child support agency health-care provider. Obligor must pay additional support monthly for the following (specify): (specify percent): one-half (specify amount): $ Payments must be made to the Other (specify): For a total of: $ beginning (date): local child support agency other party.

e. f. g.

payable on the:

day of each month

The low-income adjustment applies. The low-income adjustment does not apply because (specify reasons):

h. Any support ordered will continue until further order of court, unless terminated by operation of law. NOTICE: Any party required to pay child support must pay interest on overdue amounts at the legal rate, which is currently 10 percent per year.
FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

MINUTES AND ORDER OR JUDGMENT
(Governmental)

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

15. 16.

Obligor may claim the children for tax purposes as long as all child support payments are current as of the last day of the year for which the exemptions are claimed. Petitioner as Respondent spousal support payable on the: Other parent family support $ must pay to petitioner other parent per month, beginning (date): day of each month. Amount respondent

17.

Obligor must pay child support for past periods and in the following amounts set forth below: Period of support Name

a. b. c. 18.

Other (specify): For a total of: $ payable on the: day of each month beginning (date): Interest accrues on the entire principal balance owing and not on each installment as it becomes due.

Obligor owes support as follows, as of (date): a. b. c. d. Spousal support: $ Family support: $ Child support: $ Interest is not computed and is not waived. on the: day of each month Payable: beginning (date): Interest accrues on the entire principal balance owing and not on each installment as it becomes due. Other: $

19. No provision of this judgment can operate to limit any right to collect all sums owing in this matter as otherwise provided by law. 20. All payments except as otherwise ordered must be made to (name and address of agency):

21. An earnings assignment order is issued. 22. Obligor Obligee must (1) provide and maintain health insurance coverage for the children if it is available through employment or a group plan, or otherwise at no or reasonable cost, and must keep the local child support agency informed of the availability of the coverage; (2) if health insurance is not available, provide coverage when it becomes available; (3) within 20 days of the local child support agency's request, complete and return a health insurance form; (4) provide to the local child support agency all information and forms necessary to obtain health-care services for the children; (5) present any claim to secure payment or reimbursement to the other parent or caretaker who incurs costs for health-care services to the children; (6) assign any rights to reimbursement to the other parent or caretaker who incurs costs for health-care services for the children. If the "Obligor" box is checked, a health insurance coverage assignment will issue. Job search. (specify name(s)): must seek employment for at least (specify number): jobs per week and report those job applications and results to the court and the local child support agency at the continuance date. These job applications are to be made in person, not by phone, fax, or e-mail. For purposes of the licensing issue only, the obligor is found to be in compliance with the support order in this action. The local child support agency must issue a release of license(s). Notwithstanding any noncompliance issues with the support order in this action, the court finds that the needs of the obligor warrant a conditional release. The local child support agency must issue a release of license(s). Such release is effective only as long as the obligor complies with all payment terms of this order.

23.

24.

25.

FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

MINUTES AND ORDER OR JUDGMENT
(Governmental)

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FL-692
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT: CASE NUMBER:

26.

A warrant of attachment/bench warrant issues for (specify name): a. Bail is set in the amount of: $ b. Service is stayed until (date): The court retains jurisdiction to make orders retroactive to (date): The court reserves jurisdiction over all issues the issues of (specify):

27. 28.

29. The parents must notify the local child support agency in writing within 10 days of any change in residence or employment. 30. The Notice of Rights and Responsibilities--Health-Care Costs and Reimbursement Procedures and Information Sheet on Changing a Child Support Order are attached and incorporated. 31. The following person (the "other parent") is added as a party to this action under Family Code sections 17400 and 17406 (specify name):

32.

The court further orders (specify):

33.

Number of pages attached:

Approved as conforming to court order: Date: Date:
(SIGNATURE OF ATTORNEY FOR OBLIGOR) JUDICIAL OFFICER

(SIGNATURE OF ATTORNEY FOR LOCAL CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY)

Signature follows last attachment.

FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

MINUTES AND ORDER OR JUDGMENT
(Governmental)

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NOTICE OF RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Health-Care Costs and Reimbursement Procedures

FL-692

IF YOU HAVE A CHILD SUPPORT ORDER THAT INCLUDES A PROVISION FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OF A PORTION OF THE CHILD'S OR CHILDREN'S HEALTH-CARE COSTS AND THOSE COSTS ARE NOT PAID BY INSURANCE, THE LAW SAYS: 1. Notice. You must give the other parent an itemized statement of the charges that have been billed for any health-care costs not paid by insurance. You must give this statement to the other parent within a reasonable time, but no more than 30 days after those costs were given to you. 2. Proof of full payment. If you have already paid all of the uninsured costs, you must (1) give the other parent proof that you paid them and (2) ask for reimbursement for the other parent's court-ordered share of those costs. 3. Proof of partial payment. If you have paid only your share of the uninsured costs, you must (1) give the other parent proof that you paid your share, (2) ask that the other parent pay his or her share of the costs directly to the health-care provider, and (3) give the other parent the information necessary for that parent to be able to pay the bill. 4. Payment by notified parent. If you receive notice from a parent that an uninsured health-care cost has been incurred, you must pay your share of that cost within the time the court orders; or if the court has not specified a period of time, you must make payment (1) within 30 days from the time you were given notice of the amount due, (2) according to any payment schedule set by the healthcare provider, (3) according to a schedule agreed to in writing by you and the other parent, or (4) according to a schedule adopted by the court. 5. Disputed charges. If you dispute a charge, you may file a motion in court to resolve the dispute, but only if you pay that charge before filing your motion.
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If you claim that the other party has failed to reimburse you for a payment, or the other party has failed to make a payment to the provider after proper notice has been given, you may file a motion in court to resolve the dispute. The court will presume that if uninsured costs have been paid, those costs were reasonable. The court may award attorney fees and costs against a party who has been unreasonable. 6. Court-ordered insurance coverage. If a parent provides health-care insurance as ordered by the court, that insurance must be used at all times to the extent that it is available for health-care costs. a. Burden to prove. The party claiming that the coverage is inadequate to meet the child's needs has the burden of proving that to the court. b. Cost of additional coverage. If a parent purchases health-care insurance in addition to that ordered by the court, that parent must pay all the costs of the additional coverage. In addition, if a parent uses alternative coverage that costs more than the coverage provided by court order, that parent must pay the difference. 7. Preferred health providers. If the court-ordered coverage designates a preferred health-care provider, that provider must be used at all times consistent with the terms of the health insurance policy. When any party uses a health-care provider other than the preferred provider, any health-care costs that would have been paid by the preferred health provider if that provider had been used must be the sole responsibility of the party incurring those costs.

NOTICE OF RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Health-Care Costs and Reimbursement Procedures

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Aviso Sobre Derechos y Responsabilidades Procedimientos relativos a costos de salud y devolución de dichos costos

FL-692

Si usted tiene una orden de manutención de menores que disponga la devolución de costos incurridos por servicios de salud para menores y costos no cubiertos por el seguro médico, la ley dice lo siguiente:
1. Aviso. Se debe dar al otro padre una factura detallada relacionando los costos cobrados por servicios de salud que no estén cubiertos por seguro médico. Esta factura se le debe dar al otro padre con antelación razonable y no más tarde de 30 días después de haber recibido dichos cobros de pago. 2. Comprobante de pago total. Si usted ya pagó todos los costos de salud correspondientes a individuos no asegurados, deberá: (1) proporcionar al otro padre el comprobante de haber pagado y (2) pedirle al otro padre que le pague la porción de los costos que al otro padre le corresponda, según la orden del tribunal. 3. Comprobante de pago parcial. Si sólo pagó su porción de los costos no cubiertos por el seguro, debe: (1) darle al otro padre un comprobante indicando que ya pagó dicha porción, (2) pedir al otro padre que pague directamente al proveedor de servicios médicos la parte de los costos que al otro padre le corresponda y (3) darle al otro padre la información necesaria para que pague la factura. 4. Pago que le corresponde al padre notificado. Si usted recibe notificación del otro padre indicando costos incurridos por servicios de salud para individuos sin seguro, deberá pagar la porción que le corresponde a usted dentro del plazo ordenado por el tribunal, o si el tribunal no especifica un plazo, usted deberá pagar dichos costos, ya sea, (1) a más tardar en 30 días, desde la fecha en que recibió la notificación sobre los costos por pagar, (2) según un horario de pagos fijado por el proveedor de servicios de salud, (3) según un horario acordado por escrito entre usted y el otro padre o (4) según el horario adoptado por el tribunal. 5. Cuando se disputan los costos. Si usted disputa un costo, puede presentar al tribunal una moción (o pedimento) para resolver la disputa. Sólo podrá hacer esto, si paga el costo antes de presentar la moción. Si su reclamo consiste en que la otra parte no le ha pagado a usted por un costo, o que no le ha pagado al proveedor de servicios de salud después de la notificación apropiada, usted puede presentar una moción ante el tribunal para resolver la disputa.
FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

El tribunal asumirá que si los costos ya se han pagado, dichos costos han sido razonables. Si una persona se comporta de una manera que no sea razonable, el tribunal puede imponerle que pague honorarios de abogado. 6. Cobertura de seguro por orden de tribunal. Si un padre tiene seguro de salud por orden del tribunal, ese seguro se usará todo el tiempo, siempre que esté disponible para cubrir los costos de servicios de salud. a. Responsabilidad de comprobar. La responsabilidad de comprobar ante el tribunal que la cobertura de servicios de salud es inadecuada para los menores recae sobre la parte que reclama que es inadecuada. b. Costos de cobertura adicional. Si uno de los padres compra un seguro de salud adicional al que haya sido ordenado por el tribunal, tal padre deberá pagar todo el costo de la cobertura adicional. Y si uno de los padres usa una manera alterna para cubrir gastos médicos que cuestan más que la cobertura dispuesta por el tribunal, dicho padre tendrá que pagar la diferencia. 7. Proveedor preferido para servicios de salud. Si la orden del tribunal especifica un proveedor preferido para servicios de salud, dicho proveedor deberá usarse siempre, según los términos de la póliza del seguro de salud. Si una de las partes decide usar un proveedor que no sea el preferido e incurre costos que podrían haber sido cubiertos por el proveedor preferido si se hubieran utilizado sus servicios, dicha parte asumirá la responsabilidad de cubrir los costos incurridos.

Aviso sobre derechos y responsabilidades Procedimiento relativo a costos de salud y su devolución de dichos costos

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INFORMATION SHEET ON CHANGING A CHILD SUPPORT ORDER

FL-692

General Information The court has just made a child support order in your case. This order will remain the same unless a party to the action requests that the support be changed (modified). An order for child support can be modified only by filing a motion to change child support and serving each party involved in your case. If both parents and the local child support agency (if it is involved) agree on a new child support amount, you can complete, have all parties sign, and file with the court a Stipulation to Establish or Modify Child Support and Order (form FL-350) or Stipulation and Order (Governmental) (form FL-625). When a Child Support Order May Be Modified The court takes several things into account when ordering the payment of child support. First, the number of children is considered. Next, the net incomes of both parents are determined, along with the percentage of time each parent has physical custody of the children. The court considers both parties' tax filing status and may consider hardships, such as a child of another relationship. An existing order for child support may be modified when the net income of one of the parents changes significantly, the parenting schedule changes significantly, or a new child is born. Examples · You have been ordered to pay $500 per month in child support. You lose your job. You will continue to owe $500 per month, plus 10 percent interest on any unpaid support, unless you file a motion to modify your child support to a lower amount and the court orders a reduction. · You are currently receiving $300 per month in child support from the other parent, whose net income has just increased substantially. You will continue to receive $300 per month unless you file a motion to modify your child support to a higher amount and the court orders an increase. · You are paying child support based upon having physical custody of your children 30 percent of the time. After several months it turns out that you actually have physical custody of the children 50 percent of the time. You may file a motion to modify child support to a lower amount. How to Change a Child Support Order To change a child support order, you must file papers with the court. Remember: You must follow the order you have now. What forms do I need? If you are asking to change a child support order open with the local child support agency, you must fill out one of these forms: · FL-680, Notice of Motion (Governmental) or FL-683 Order to Show Cause (Governmental) and · FL-684, Request for Order and Supporting Declaration (Governmental) If you are asking to change a child support order that is not open with the local child support agency, you must fill out one of these forms: · FL-301, Notice of Motion or FL-300, Order to Show Cause and · FL-310, Application for Order and Supporting Declaration or · FL-390, Notice of Motion and Motion for Simplified Modification of Order for Child, Spousal, or Family Support You must also fill out one of these forms: · FL-150, Income and Expense Declaration or FL-155, Financial Statement (Simplified) What if I am not sure which forms to fill out? Talk to the family law facilitator at your court. After you fill out the forms, file them with the court clerk and ask for a hearing date. Write the hearing date on the form. The clerk will ask you to pay a filing fee. If you cannot afford the fee, fill out these forms, too: · Form FW-001, Application for Waiver of Court Fees and Costs · Form FW-003, Order on Application for Waiver of Court Fees and Costs You must serve the other parent. If the local child support agency is involved, serve it too. This means someone 18 or over--not you--must serve the other parent copies of your filed court forms at least 16 court days before the hearing. Add 5 calendar days if you serve by mail within California (see Code of Civil Procedure section 1005 for other situations). Court days are weekdays when the court is open for business (Monday through Friday except court holidays). Calendar days include all days of the month, including weekends and holidays. To determine court and calendar days, go to www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/courtcalendars/. The server must also serve blank copies of these forms: · FL-320, Responsive Declaration to Order to Show Cause or Notice of Motion and FL-150, Income and Expense Declaration, or · FL-155, Financial Statement (Simplified) Then the server fills out and signs a Proof of Service (form FL-330 or FL-335). Take this form to the clerk and file it. Go to your hearing and ask the judge to change the support. Bring your tax returns from the last two years and your last two months' pay stubs. The judge will look at your information, listen to both parents, and make an order. After the hearing, fill out: · FL-340, Findings and Order After Hearing and · FL-342, Child Support Information and Order Attachment Need help? Contact the family law facilitator in your county or call your county's bar association and ask for an experienced family lawyer.
FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

INFORMATION SHEET ON CHANGING A CHILD SUPPORT ORDER

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Información sobre cómo cambiar una orden judicial sobre manutención de menores
Información general El tribunal acaba de dar una orden judicial sobre manutención de menores en esta causa. Esta orden permanecerá en efecto, a menos que alguna de las partes de la causa pida que se modifique. Sólo se puede modificar una orden de manutención de menores si se presenta ante el tribunal una moción (o pedimento) de modificación de manutención y si se da una copia de dicha moción a las partes interesadas en la causa. Si ambos padres llegan a un común acuerdo sobre una suma y si la agencia local que vigila la manutención de menores también acepta el acuerdo (si dicha agencia participa), se puede llenar y hacer que cada una de las partes firme una Estipulación para Establecer o Modificar una Orden de Manutención de Menores (formulario FL-350) o llenar y hacer que cada una de la partes firme una Estipulación y Orden (Documento gubernamental) (formulario FL-625). ¿Cuándo se puede modificar una orden de manutención de menores? El juez toma varios factores en consideración cuando emite una orden judicial sobre el pago de manutención de menores. Primero, considera, el número de hijos. Luego, determina los ingresos de ambos padres y el porcentaje del tiempo que cada padre asume la custodia fisica de los hijos. El tribunal estudia el estado tributario (pago de impuestos) de ambas partes y puede tener en cuenta factores de dificultad económica, tales como la existencia de hijos de otra relación. Se puede modificar la orden de manutención de menores si ocurre un cambio considerable en los ingresos netos de uno de los padres, un cambio considerable en el tiempo que los menores pasan con cada uno de los padres, o cuando nace un nuevo hijo. Ejemplos: · Si a usted se le ha ordenado pagar $500 mensuales de manutención de menores y luego pierde su empleo, continuará debiendo $500 mensuales. Además usted deberá el 10% de intereses de la suma de manutención adeudada, a menos que presente una moción pidiendo que se modifique y se reduzca la suma de manutención y que el tribunal ordene dicha reducción. · Si usted está recibiendo $300 mensuales por manutención de menores provenientes del otro padre y los ingresos de ese padre aumentan considerablemente, usted continuará recibiendo $300 mensuales, a menos que usted presente una moción para modificar la orden y que el tribunal ordene el aumento de la suma de manutención de menores. · Si paga manutención de menores basándose en que pasa un 30% de tiempo asumiendo la custodia parcial de sus hijos y después de varios meses, resulta que en efecto pasa el 50% del tiempo a cargo de la custodia fisica de sus hijos, en dado caso, podrá presentar una moción pidiendo que se reduzca la suma de manutención. Cómo modificar una orden existente de manutención de hijos menores Para modificar una orden de manutención de hijos menores usted debe presentar documentos ante el tribunal. Recuerde: Usted tiene la obligación de cumplir la orden judicial existente. ¿Qué formularios necesita? Si está pidiendo que el tribunal modifique una orden de manutención cuyo caso está abierto en la agencia local que vigila la manutención de menores, deberá llenar los siguientes formularios: · FL-680 Aviso de petición (Gubernamental) o FL-683 Orden de motivos justificativos (Gubernamental) y · FL-684 Solicitud de orden y declaración de respaldo Si está pidiendo que el tribunal modifique una orden de manutención cuyo caso no está abierto en la agencia local que vigila la manutención de menores, deberá llenar los siguientes formularios: · FL-301 Aviso de petición o FL-300 Orden de motivos justificativos y · FL-310 Solicitud para una orden y declaración de respaldo (Derecho de familia -Paternidad uniforme) o · FL-390 Aviso de petición y petición simplificada de modificación de orden de manutención de hijos menores, de cónyuge o de familia También deberá llenar uno de los siguientes formularios: · FL-150 Declaración de ingresos y gastos o FL-155 Declaración sobre finanzas (Simplificada) ¿Qué puedo hacer si no sé qué formulario llenar? Hable con el asesor legal del tribunal de familia.

FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CÓMO CAMBIAR UNA ORDEN JUDICIAL SOBRE MANUTENCIÓN DE MENORES

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Después de llenar los formularios, radíquelos en el tribunal y pida una audiencia ante el tribunal. Escriba la fecha de su audiencia en su formulario. En la secretaría le pedirán que pague la cuota de radicación. Si no tiene los medios para pagar la cuota, llene también los siguientes formularios: · Formulario FW-001 Solicitud de exención de cuotas y costos judiciales · Formulario FW-003 Orden de exoneración de cuotas y costos judiciales Usted tiene que hacer la "entrega legal" de los formularios de modificación al otro padre. Si la agencia local que vigila la manutención de hijos menores participa en la causa, entregue también los documentos a esa agencia. Esto significa que una persona de no menos de 18 años (y que no sea usted mismo) debe entregar copias de los formularios por lo menos 16 días hábiles del tribunal antes de la audiencia. Se deben añadir 5 días calendarios más si la entrega se hace por correo postal dentro de California (véase Código Civil de Procedimientos, sección 1005 para ver otras situaciones). Los días hábiles del tribunal son los días cuando el tribunal está funcionando, de lunes a viernes, exceptuando los días feriados. Los días calendarios son todos los días de la semana, incluyendo los fines de semana y los días feriados. Para obtener mayor información, visite: www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/courtcalendars La persona que haga entrega de la copia de los documentos deberá entregar copias de los siguientes formularios: · FL-320 Declaración de respuesta y FL-150 Declaración de ingresos y gastos, o · FL-155 Declaración de finanzas (Simplificada) La persona que hace la entrega entonces llena y firma el comprobante de entrega (formularios FL-330 o FL-335). Luego, usted lleva este documento a la secretaría del tribunal para radicarlo. Vaya a su audiencia ante el tribunal y pida al juez que modifique la manutención. Lleve consigo sus formularios más recientes de declaración de impuestos federales de los últimos dos años y sus talones de pago de los últimos dos meses. El juez estudiará la información presentada, escuchará a ambos padres y emitirá una orden. Después de la audiencia usted debe llenar los formularios: · FL-340 Conclusiones y orden después de la audiencia y · FL-342 Documento adjunto con información sobre manutención de menores y orden judicial. ¿Necesita ayuda? Consulte con el Asesor Legal del Tribunal de Familia de su condado o llame al colegio de abogados de su condado y pida un abogado con experiencia en el tribunal de familia.

FL-692 [Rev. January 1, 2008]

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CÓMO CAMBIAR UNA ORDEN JUDICIAL SOBRE MANUTENCIÓN DE MENORES

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