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Motion-Declaration For Ex Parte Restraining Order And For Order To Show Cause DR 04.0150 - Washington

Motion-Declaration For Ex Parte Restraining Order And For Order To Show Cause Form. This is a Washington form and can be used in Divorce Domestic Relations Statewide .
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Superior Court of Washington County of In re the Marriage of: In re the Domestic Partnership of: No. Petitioner, and Motion/Declaration for Ex Parte Restraining Order and for Order to Show Cause (MTSC) Respondent. I. Motion Based upon the declaration below, the undersigned moves the court for a temporary order and order to show cause. 1.1 Ex Parte Restraining Order A temporary restraining order should be granted without written or oral notice to the other party or the other party's lawyer because immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result before other party or the other party's lawyer can be heard in opposition. This order should restrain or enjoin: the petitioner respondent from transferring, removing, encumbering, concealing or in any way disposing of any property except in the usual course of business or for the necessities of life and requiring each party to notify the other of any extraordinary expenditures made after the order is issued. the petitioner respondent from disturbing the peace of the other party or of any child. (Name) ____________________________ from going onto the grounds of or entering parties' shared residence residence of (name) __________________________. the (Name) ________________________ waives confidentiality of the address which is (address) ____________________________________________________________ the petitioner respondent from going onto the grounds of or entering the home, work place or school of the other party or the day care or school of these children: _____________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________. Mtn/Decl for Ex Parte Restraining Ord (MTSC) - Page 1 of 6 WPF DR 04.0150 Mandatory (08/2013) - CR 65 (b); RCW 26.09.060. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com the petitioner respondent from knowingly coming within or knowingly remaining within (distance) _______________________ of the home, work place or school of the other party or the day care or school of these children:__________________________ _____________________________________________________________________. (Name) ___________________________ from molesting, assaulting, harassing, or stalking (name) _________________________. (If the court orders this relief and the parties are intimate partners as defined under federal law, the restrained person will be prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition under federal law for the duration of the order. An exception exists for law enforcement officers and military personnel when carrying department/government-issued firearms. 18 U.S.C. ยง 925(a)(1).) the petitioner respondent from removing any of the children from the state of Washington. the petitioner respondent from assigning, transferring, borrowing, lapsing, surrendering or changing entitlement of any insurance policies of either or both parties whether medical, health, life or auto insurance. other: The other party should be required to appear and show cause why these restraints should not be continued in full force and effect pending final determination of this action. 1.2 Other Ex Parte Relief Order that the petitioner reside until the hearing. Other: respondent shall be the parent with whom the child(ren) 1.3 Surrender of Deadly Weapons Does not apply. (If This Box Is Checked, Clear and Convincing Reasons for This Request Must Be Presented in Paragraph 2.3 Below.) The court should require the petitioner respondent to surrender any deadly weapon in his or her immediate possession or control or subject to his or her immediate possession or control to the sheriff of the county having jurisdiction of this proceeding, to his or her lawyer or to a person designated by the court. 1.4 Other Temporary Relief Does not apply. The petitioner respondent should also be required to appear and show cause why the court should not enter a temporary order which: orders temporary maintenance. orders child support as determined pursuant to the Washington State child support statutes. approves the parenting plan which is proposed by the petitioner respondent. Mtn/Decl for Ex Parte Restraining Ord (MTSC) - Page 2 of 6 WPF DR 04.0150 Mandatory (08/2013) - CR 65 (b); RCW 26.09.060. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com approves the Temporary Residential Time re Military Parents proposed by the petitioner respondent pursuant to RCW 26.09.260(11), (12). makes each party immediately responsible for their own future debts whether incurred by credit card or loan, security interest or mortgage. divides responsibility for the debts of the parties. authorizes the family home to be occupied by the petitioner respondent. orders the use of property. requires the petitioner respondent to vacate the family home. requires the petitioner respondent to pay temporary attorney's fees, other professional fees and costs in the amount of $_______________ to: appoints a guardian ad litem on behalf of the minor children. other: 1.5 Other Dated: Signature of Requesting Party or Lawyer/WSBA No. Print or Type Name II. Declaration 2.1 Injury to be Prevented The ex parte restraining order requested in paragraph 1.1 and 1.2 above is to prevent the following injury (define the injury): Mtn/Decl for Ex Parte Restraining Ord (MTSC) - Page 3 of 6 WPF DR 04.0150 Mandatory (08/2013) - CR 65 (b); RCW 26.09.060. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2.2 Reasons why the Injury may be Irreparable This injury may be irreparable because: 2.3 Clear and Convincing Reasons why Weapons Should be Surrendered Does not apply. The petitioner respondent should be required to surrender any deadly weapons as requested in paragraph 1.3 above because of following clear and convincing reasons: 2.4 Reasons for a Temporary Order Does not apply. Mtn/Decl for Ex Parte Restraining Ord (MTSC) - Page 4 of 6 WPF DR 04.0150 Mandatory (08/2013) - CR 65 (b); RCW 26.09.060. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com It is necessary that the court issue a temporary order with the relief requested in paragraph 1.4 above for the reason set forth below: If a Temporary Residential Time re Military Parents is requested, and I request delegation of residential time or visitation rights to a nonparty, to the best of my knowledge, that person: would would not be subject to limitations on residential time under RCW 26.09.191. (See paragraph 2.1 and 2.2 of the parenting plan.) 2.5 Service Member or Dependent of Service Member If the o
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