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Expedited Processing Attachment To Paternity Judgment L-1301 - California

Expedited Processing Attachment To Paternity Judgment Form. This is a California form and can be used in Family Law Orange Local County .
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CASE NUMBER: EXPEDITED PROCESSING ATTACHMENT TO PATERNITY JUDGMENT WARNING: This Attachment only includes the minimum statutory requirements at the time of entry of judgment. It does not replace the stipulated judgment or other required documents. I. CHILD CUSTODY/VISITATION PURSUANT TO FC §3048 (1) This court has jurisdiction to make child custody orders in this case under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (part 3 of the California Family Code commencing with section 3400). (2) The responding party was given notice and an opportunity to be heard as provided by the laws of the State of California. (3) The country of habitual residence of the child(ren) is: the United States other (specify country): _____________________________________________ (4) If you violate this order you may be subject to civil or criminal penalties, or both. (5) The judgment contains a clear description of the custody and visitation rights of each party. II. CHILD SUPPORT a. FINDINGS PURSANT TO FC §3901 and §4065 (1) The Parties are fully informed of their rights concerning child support. (2) The order is being agreed to without coercion or duress. (3) The agreement is in the best interests of the child(ren) involved. (4) The needs of the child(ren) will be adequately met by the stipulated amount. (5) Unless otherwise indicated, the right to support has not been assigned to the county pursuant to Section 11477 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and no public assistance application is pending. b. MONEY JUDGMENT IN COURT ORDER PURSUANT TO FC §5616 In the event that there is a contract between a party receiving support and a private child support collector, the party ordered to pay support must pay the fee charged by the private child support collector. This fee must not exceed 33 1/3 percent of the total amount of past due support nor may it exceed 50 percent of any fee charged by the private child support collector. The money judgment created by this provision is in favor of the private child support collector and the party receiving support, jointly. L-1301 (Rev. 08/27/2015) Approved for Optional Use Expedited Processing Attachment and Stipulation Paternity Judgment Page 1 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com c. BASE CHILD SUPPORT Please check all appropriate boxes. At least one (1) box must be checked: CHILD SUPPORT IS RESERVED (If checked, skip directly to section III) CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES INVOLVED The parties currently have an open case with the Child Support Services (CSS) and a CSS representative has signed the proposed judgment. The parties currently have an open case with CSS, no child support orders are contained in this judgment, and the court reserves jurisdiction over the issue of child support, health insurance coverage, and additional child support. If checked, skip directly to section III. AGREED UPON SUPPORT Petitioner Respondent shall pay to Petitioner Respondent base child support of $_____________ per week month, payable $ ______________ on the ________________ and $ ________________ on the ________________ of each month, commencing ________________ and continuing until the week child(ren) for whom support is payable: marries, dies, is emancipated, until further order of the court or, as to an unmarried child who has attained the age of 18 years old, is a fulltime high school student, and who is not self-supporting, until the time the child completes the 12th grade or attains the age of 19 years old, whichever first occurs. d. MANDATORY ADDITIONAL CHILD SUPPORT PURSUANT TO FC §4062 Petitioner Respondent shall pay child care costs related to employment or reasonably necessary education/job training: in the amount of $ ________________ per week month or ____ % of total. No child care costs orders are contained in this judgment and the court reserves jurisdiction over the issue of child care costs. Respondent shall pay the reasonable uninsured health care costs for the child(ren): Petitioner in the amount of $ ________________ per week month or ____ % of total. e. DISCRETIONARY ADDITIONAL CHILD SUPPORT PURSUANT TO FC §4062 Petitioner Respondent shall pay costs related to ___________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________: in the amount of $ ________________ per week month or _____ % of total. f. TOTAL CHILD SUPPORT Respondent base child support of $____________ per Petitioner Respondent shall pay to Petitioner week month, plus additional child support as specified in sections d and/or e) in the section above, for a total of $___________ per week month, payable $ ________________ per week month, $ ________________ on the ________________ and $ ________________ on the ________________ of each week month, commencing on ______________ and continuing until the child(ren) for whom support is payable: marries, dies, is emancipated, until further order of the court or, as to an unmarried child who has attained the age of 18 years old, is a full-time high school student, and who is not self-supporting, until the time the child completes the 12th grade or attains the age of 19 years old, whichever first occurs. L-1301 (Rev. 08/27/2015) Approved for Optional Use Expedited Processing Attachment and Stipulation Paternity Judgment Page 2 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com g. REQUIRED ATTACHMENT PURSUANT TO FC §4063 and §7600 The parties have attached the following form: "Notice of Rights and Responsibilities: Health Care Costs and Reimbursement Procedures and Information sheet on Changing a Child Support Order" (FL-192). h. HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE PURSUANT TO FC §3751 If child support is not reserved, at least one (1) of the following boxes must be checked. Health insurance coverage for the minor child(ren) must be maintained by Petitioner Respondent if that insurance is available at no cost or at reasonable cost to the parent(s) through their respective places of employment or self-employment. Both parties are ordered to cooperate in the presentation, collection, and reimbursement of any health care claims. The parent ordered to provide health insurance must seek continuation of coverage for the child after the child attains the age when the child is no longer considered eligible for coverage as a dependent under the insurance contract, if the child is incapable of self-sustaining employment because of a physically or mentally disabling injury, illness, or condition and is chief
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