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Law Firm Report Of Compensation UCS-876 - New York

Law Firm Report Of Compensation Form. This is a New York form and can be used in Guardianship And Termination Of Parental Rights Family Court Statewide .
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UCS - 876 - Effective January 1, 2004 REPORT OF COMPENSATION RECEIVED BY LAW FIRMS FOR APPOINTMENTS PURSUANT TO PART 36 OF THE RULES OF THE CHIEF JUDGE ( 36.4(c)) (Complete if total compensation from appointment of law firms members, associates and employees pursuant to Part 36 of the stRules of the Chief Judge exceeds $50,000 in a single calendar year (January 1 to December 31). File by March 31 following thecalendar year reported.) 1. Calendar Year Reported: 2. Law Firm Tax ID Number Year GGGG TID# GG -GGGGGGG 3. Name of Law Firm: 4. Address/Phone/FAX/ E-mail: Street City/Town/Village State Zip Phone Fax E-Mail 5. List the names and Fiduciary Identification Numbers of the members, associates and employees of the law firm for whomcompensation from appointments has been approved during the calendar year reported,and enter for each the total compensation approved during that year. For a member, associate or employee with no Fiduciary Identification Number (FID#), enter Non-List and his/her Social Security Number in space provided for FID#,(attach additional sheets as needed) CLICK BOX TO ADD ADDITIONAL ITEMS NAME FIDUCIARY IDENTIFICATION TOTAL APPROVED NUMBER COMPENSATION IN CALENDAR YEAR REPORTED $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 6. Total of all compensation entered in item 5; Date: Signature: Print Name: Title: (e.g., managing attorney, member)Mail to: OCA, Appointment Processing Unit, 25 Beaver Street, Room 840, New York NY 10004 American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com
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