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Order Approving Contracts Of Minor {FAM180}

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LASC FAM 180 NEW 01/19 For Mandatory Use FC 247 6752, 6753 Ordered by Presiding Judge under Calif. Rule of Court 10.603(d) pending local rule adoption. Page 1 of 3 Order Approving Contract(s) of Minor(s) THE COURT FINDS AS FOLLOWS: 1.The Minor was born on: .(If more than one minor, use Attachment A (FAM 181))2.The Minor is a resident of (Check one): California. Other state or country (Specify): and each parent or legal guardian of the Minor has irrevocably and perpetually released, relinquished and quitclaimed to the Minor any interest he/she may have in and to all monies payable for the Minor222s services under the contract. 3.The Minor222s guardian ad litem for this proceeding (Specify name of one parent or legal guardian): is the (Check one): mother father legal guardian of the Minor and is entitled to thephysical custody, care, and control of the Minor. The appointment of a different individual as guardianad litem for this proceeding is not required in the best interests of the Minor. 4.The contract(s) is/are (Check all that apply): of a type described under Family Code 247 6750 and the petition was filed in Los Angeles County pursuant to Family Code 247 6751(a). for talent agency services and the petition was filed in Los Angeles County pursuant to Labor Code 2471700.37. a participant or contestant agreement, and Petitioner has complied with all California Child Labor laws that would apply had the Minor been employed by Petitioner in California. NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY: STATE BAR NUMBER Reserved for Clerk222s File Stamp ATTORNEY FOR (NAME): EMAIL: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES STANLEY MOSK COURTHOUSE 111 NORTH HILL STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 PETITIONER(S): RESPONDENT(S): MINOR: by and through GUARDIAN AD LITEM: LENDER (if any): ORDER APPROVING CONTRACT(S) OF MINOR(S) ART, ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS (Family Code 2476750, et. seq.) TALENT AGENCY (Labor Code 2471700.37) Case Number Assigned to Department 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com LASC FAM 180 NEW 01/19 For Mandatory Use Ordered by Presiding Judge under Calif. Rule of Court 10.603(d) pending local rule adoption. Page 2 of 3 Order Approving Contract(s) of Minor(s) 5.All parties to the contract(s) have waived notice and an opportunity to appear and be heard inconnection with this proceeding. 6.Approval of the contract(s) is in the best interest of the Minor(s). GOOD CAUSE APPEARING, IT IS ORDERED that: 1.The following contract(s) is/are approved as to all terms and conditions (If there is more than onecontract, use Attachment B (FAM 182)):Attached as Contract 1 Document Title: Dated as of: Between (Check all that apply): Petitioner(s) Minor(s) Lender(s) Other (Specify): 2.The contract(s) is/are (If one of the following is checked, paragraph 5 below does not apply): for services as an extra, or background performer, or in a similar capacity, as described in Family Code 247 6750(b)(3). a talent agency contract(s). The contract(s) for which confirmation is sought was/were entered into with a duly licensed talent agency as defined in Labor Code 247 1700.4, and the blank form of the contract(s) for which confirmation is sought has/have been approved by the Labor Commission pursuant to Labor Code 247 1700.23. 3.Any assignment of the contract(s) (other than an assignment to an entity related to or affiliated withPetitioner or an entity that succeeds to substantially all of Petitioner222s assets) is subject to the approvaland order of the Court. 4.Any injunctive relief sought under the contract(s) is subject to Code of Civil Procedure 247 526. 5.For each Minor:Petitioner is ordered to deduct, until the Minor attains the age of 18 years, fifteen percent (15%) of the gross earnings payable by Petitioner for the services of the Minor under the contract(s) entered into with Petitioner, and to deposit that fifteen percent (15%) into one or more Coogan Trust Accounts established and maintained for the benefit of the Minor at one or more financial institutions in California in accordance with Family Code 247 6753. The Coogan Trust Account(s) will name the Minor's parent(s) or legal guardian(s) as trustee(s) for the benefit of the Minor. Except as provided in Family Code 247 6753, there will be no withdrawals of funds on deposit in the Coogan Trust Account(s) until the Minor reaches the age of 18 years, or until further order of this Court, whichever shall first occur. Upon reaching the age of 18 years, the Minor may withdraw the funds on deposit in trust only after proving a certified copy of his/her birth certificate to the financial institution where the trust is located. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com LASC FAM 180 NEW 01/19 For Mandatory Use Ordered by Presiding Judge under Calif. Rule of Court 10.603(d) pending local rule adoption. Page 3 of 3 Order Approving Contract(s) of Minor(s) Petitioner must file with the Court a declaration under penalty of perjury evidencing the following: Petitioner has, in accordance with the provisions of Family Code 247 6752(b), either deposited the fifteen percent (15%) into the Minor's Coogan Trust Account or transferred the fifteen percent (15%) to The Actors' Fund of America, and A copy of this Order was forwarded to the Minor's parent(s) or legal guardian(s) along with a cover letter which included the following language: "PLEASE BE ADVISED: California Family Code 247 6752(d) provides that a custodial parent or guardian holds for the benefit of a minor all of the minor's earnings under an entertainment- or sports-related contract. The parent or guardian must use such earnings to pay all liabilities incurred by the minor under the contract, including, but not limited to, payments for taxes on all earnings, including taxes on the amounts set aside, and payments for personal or professional services rendered to the minor or the business related to the contract. (Since the law requires that 15% of the minor's gross earnings be set aside in a blocked account, these obligations must be paid out of the remaining 85% payable under the contract.) Section 6752(d) also provides that nothing therein alters the parent or guardian's existing responsibilities to provide for the support of the minor child." Number of pages of this order including attachments (Specify): Date: Judge of the Superior Court (The petition must be accompanied by two completed copies of this order and a preaddressed, prepaid envelope.) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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