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Final Decree Of Parentage 4A-403 - New Mexico

Final Decree Of Parentage Form. This is a New Mexico form and can be used in Domestic Relations Statewide .
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4A-403. Final decree of parentage STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF ____________________________ ____________________ JUDICIAL DISTRICT _____________________________________ Petitioner v. _____________________________________ Respondent FINAL DECREE OF PARENTAGE THIS MATTER was brought before the court by _____________________________ (father's name) and _____________________________ (mother's name), "the parties." The parties have asked the court to enter a final decree establishing parentage. In addition, the parties have filed a Custody Plan and a Child Support Obligation that set out the custody and child support of their [child] [children]. This court has considered the parties' agreements, and finds the parties' Custody Plan, Child Support Obligation, and requests to be reasonable. THIS COURT FINDS AND CONCLUDES: 1. The court has jurisdiction over the parties, the [child] [children], and the subject matter of this action. _____________________ (name of father) has acknowledged in the petition filed in this case that he is the father of ____________________________ (name of each child). The parties have sworn, under oath, that the Custody Plan and Child Support Obligation are complete, true, and correct. The filed Custody Plan and Child Support Obligation determine custody and child support of the parties' minor [child] [children]. The parties have sworn, under oath, that the Custody Plan and Child Support Obligation are in the best interest of the [child] [children]. (Judge to check applicable.) [] The child support guidelines are appropriate in this case. No. _____________ 2. 3. 4. 5. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com [] The child support guidelines are unjust or inappropriate in this case because they result in substantial hardship. It is appropriate to deviate from the child support guidelines in this case. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED: 1. ___________________________ is the father of ___________________________. (name of each minor child) The parties are ordered to fully comply with all terms and provisions of the Custody Plan and Child Support Obligation, the terms of which are incorporated by reference. [ ] Father [ ] Mother is ordered to pay child support in the amount of _______________ to the other parent. (check applicable alternative) [ ] The parties have joint custody of the [child] [children] [ ] Father [ ] Mother is the sole custodian of the [child] [children]. 5. The court will have continuing jurisdiction over issues relating to the [child] [children] while the [child is a minor] [children are minors]. (Check and complete if applicable) [] The Department of Health, Health Services Division, Vital Statistics Bureau is ordered to change the birth record of ___________________________ (name of each child) to reflect ____________________ (name of father) is the [child's] [children's] father. 7. This case is now closed. However, the court will have continuing jurisdiction over issues relating to the [child] [children] while they are minors and as provided by law. 2. 3. 4. 6. IT IS SO ORDERED. _______________________ Date _____________________________ District court judge When I sign here, I am telling the judge that I have read this document and agree with everything in it. I state upon my oath or affirmation that this document and the statements in it are true and correct to the best of my information and belief. ____________________________ Petitioner's signature ______________________________ Respondent's signature American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Address: ____________________________ Telephone: ____________________________ Address: ______________________________ Telephone: ______________________________ [Approved, effective November 15, 2002; 4A-332 recompiled as 4A-403 by Supreme Court Order No. 13-8300-010, effective for all pleadings and papers filed on or after May 31, 2013, in all cases pending or filed on or after May 31, 2013; as amended by Supreme Court Order No. 13-8300-014, effective immediately in all cases pending or filed on or after June 24, 2013.] American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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