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Guideline Finding Attachment (Governmental) FL-693 - California
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FL-693 PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT: CASE NUMBER: GUIDELINE FINDINGS ATTACHMENT The court makes the following findings required by Family Code sections 4056, 4057, and 4065: 1. 2. A printout of a computer calculation and findings is attached and incorporated in this order for all required items not filled out below. Net monthly Gross monthly Receiving INCOME income income TANF/CalWORKS a. Each parent's monthly income is as follows: Mother: $ $ Father: $ $ has the capacity to earn: $ b. The court finds that Mother Father month per and has based the support order upon this imputed income. (specify): TAX FILING STATUS Mother Single Single Father HH/MLA HH/MLA MFJ MFJ MFS MFS Number of exemptions claimed: Number of exemptions claimed: 3. 4. 5. CHILDREN OF THIS RELATIONSHIP a. Number of children who are the subjects of the support order (specify): b. Approximate percentage of time spent with Mother: Father: HARDSHIPS Hardships for the following have been allowed in calculating child support: Father Mother $ $ a. Other minor children: $ $ b. Extraordinary medical expenses: $ $ c. Catastrophic losses: percent percent Approximate ending time for the hardship 6. THE COURT FINDS: a. Mandatory findings for orders that differ from the guideline: (1) The guideline amount of child support calculated is $ (2) The reasons for departure from guideline support are (specify): per month payable by Mother Father (3) The reasons the amount ordered is consistent with the best interests of the children are (specify): b. If requested, mandatory findings for orders that differ from the guideline: are contained in the attached declaration. (1) The net monthly disposable income for each parent is: Mother: $ (2) The actual federal income tax filing status for each parent is: Mother: (3) The deductions from gross wages for each parent are: (b) Father (a) Mother Amount Description of Deduction Description of Deduction $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ c. Other findings (specify): Page 1 of 2 Form Approved for Court Use in Lieu of Mandatory Forms FL-342 and FL-342(A) Judicial Council of California FL-693 [New January 1, 2003] Father: $ Father: TOTAL Amount $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ GUIDELINE FINDINGS ATTACHMENT (Governmental) Family Code, §§ 4056, 4057 www.courtinfo.ca.gov 2003 © American LegalNet, Inc. PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF: RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT: OTHER PARENT: CASE NUMBER: 7. STIPULATION TO NON-GUIDELINE ORDER The child support agreed to by the parties is 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 circumstances will be required to modify this order. If the order is above the guideline, a change of circumstances will be required to modify this order. 8. OTHER REBUTTAL FACTORS Support calculation a. The court finds by a preponderance of the evidence that rebuttal factors exist. The rebuttal factors result in an increase decrease in child support. The revised amount of support is $ per month. b. The court finds the child support amount revised by these factors to be in the best interest of the child and that application of the formula would be unjust or inappropriate in this case. when guideline until further order until (date): The revised amount remains in effect support of $ must commence. c. The factors are: (1) The sale of the family residence is deferred under Family Code section 3800, and the rental value of the family residence in which the children reside exceeds the mortgage payments, homeowners insurance, and property taxes by $ per month. (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(2).) (2) (3) (4) The parent paying support has extraordinarily high income and the amount determined under the guideline would exceed the needs of the child. (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(3).) The Mother Father is not contributing to the needs of the children at a level commensurate with that party's custodial time. (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(4).) Special circumstances exist in this case. The special circumstances are: (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(3).) a. The parents have different time sharing arrangements for different children. (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(5)(A).) b. The parents have substantially equal custody of the children and one parent has a much lower or high percentage of income used for housing than the other parent. (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(5)(B).) c. The child has special medical or other needs that require support greater than the formula amount. These needs are (specify): (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(5)(C).) d. Other (specify): (Fam. Code, § 4057(b)(5).) FL-693 [New January 1, 2003] GUIDELINE FINDINGS ATTACHMENT (Governmental) Page 2 of 2 2003 © American LegalNet, Inc.