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Motion And Order To Show Cause For Contempt FOC 19 - Michigan
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Original - Court 1st copy - Plaintiff 2nd copy - Defendant Approved, SCAO 3rd copy - Friend of the Court STATE OF MICHIGAN CASE NO. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MOTION AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CONTEMPT COUNTY (CUSTODY/PARENTING TIME) Friend of the Court address Telephone no. Plaintiffs name, address, and telephone no. MOTION The friend of the court states: 1. On an order Date Attorney: was entered regarding: v Defendants name, address, and telephone no. 2. The friend of the court has received information that Name violated the order as follows: Attorney: 3. The friend of the court requests the court to issue an order to show cause why Name should not be held in contempt for violation of the court order. I declare that the statements above are true to the best of my information, knowledge, and belief. Date Friend of the Court ORDER IT IS ORDERED: (See Notice on other side) 4. shall appear in person before this court on Name at to show cause why s/he should not be held in contempt Date Time for failure to comply with the courts order.Both parties should contact one business day before this date to find out if their attendance is still required. 5. If the above named person fails to appear, a bench warrant may be issued for his/her arrest. 6. This matter will be heard before a referee. Date Judge signature Judge name (type or print) Bar no.If you require special accommodations to use the court because of a disability, or if you require a foreign language interpreter to help you fully participate in court proceedings, please contact the court immediately to make arrangements. When contacting the court, provide your case number(s). CERTIFICATE OF MAILING I certify that on this date I served a copy of this motion and order and notice (other side) on the parties by ordinary mail addressed to their last known addresses. Date Signature MCL 552.631, MCL 552.644, MCL 552.645, MCR 3.208(B)(1)FOC 19 (6/03) MOTION AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CONTEMPT (CUSTODY/PARENTING TIME) <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 NOTICE TO PARENTSA motion is being filed requesting the court to issue an order to show cause why you should not be held in contempt forviolating a parenting time/custody order or a makeup and ongoing parenting time schedule.If this motion is for violating a parenting time order, please read the following:At the show cause hearing if the court finds either parent has violated a parenting time order without good cause, the court shallfind that parent in contempt and may do 1 or more of the following:1. Require additional terms and conditions consistent with the courts parenting time order.2. After notice to both parties and a hearing, if requested by a party, on a proposed modification of parenting time, modify the parenting time order to meet the best interests of the child.3. Order that makeup parenting time be provided for the wrongfully denied parent to take the place of wrongfully denied parenting time. 4. Order the parent to pay a fine of not more than $100.005. Commit the parent to the county jail. 6. Commit the parent to the county jail with the privilege of leaving the jail during the hours the court determines necessary, and under the supervision the court considers necessary, for the purpose of allowing the parent to go to and return from his or her place of employment. 7. If the parent holds an occupational, drivers, recreational, or sporting license, condition the suspension of the parents license(s) upon noncompliance with an order for makeup and ongoing parenting time.8. Order the parent to a community corrections program. At the show cause hearing if the court finds that a party to a parenting time dispute has acted in bad faith, the court shall orderthe party to pay a sanction of not more than $250.00 for the first time the party is found to have acted in bad faith, not morethan $500.00 for the second time, and not more than $1,000.00 for the third or subsequent time. If the court finds that a partyto a parenting time dispute has acted in bad faith, the court shall order the party to pay the other partys costs.You have the right to a hearing on a proposed modification of parenting time if you request one within 21 days after the datethis motion is mailed to you.