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Response To Motion For Review Or Counter Motion Or Response To Counter Motion CSX-902 - Minnesota

Response To Motion For Review Or Counter Motion Or Response To Counter Motion Form. This is a Minnesota form and can be used in Child Support District Court Statewide .
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EXPEDITED CHILD SUPPORT PROCESS RESPONSE TO MOTION FOR REVIEW / COUNTER MOTION IMPORTANT NOTICES YOU CAN USE THIS PACKET OF FORMS ONLY IF another party has served you with a Motion for Review or Combined Motion. · · · · · The court will consider your request without a hearing. Court personnel, the county attorney's office, and the child support office cannot help you fill out these forms. You may need to speak with a lawyer if you do not know how to answer the questions on these forms. You must fill out all three forms included with this packet and you must follow the instructions included with this packet. Type your answers or print neatly using dark ink. GENERAL INFORMATION The forms included in this packet are for use by individuals who are objecting to another party's request to make changes to a recently decided child support order. The purpose of filing a response to a Motion for Review is to explain your objections to the court. You are not required to file a response if you are in agreement with the motion. If you wish to raise other issues that were not addressed in the Motion for Review, use these forms and mark the box "Counter Motion". The forms in this packet must also be used if you are responding to a Counter Motion. You may not use these forms to bring other requests or questions before the court. The forms are for use by individuals representing themselves or for attorneys. They are not a substitute for use of an attorney. Using these forms will not guarantee that the court will grant your request. When filling out the forms be as accurate and as detailed as possible. The court needs to clearly understand what you believe to be mistakes or errors before the court can make any corrections or changes to the order. CSX901 State ENG Rev 08/05-D www.courts.state.mn.us/forms Page 1 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com INSTRUCTIONS STEP 1 FILL OUT THE "RESPONSE TO MOTION FOR REVIEW / COUNTER MOTION" FORM Fill out the "Response to Motion for Review / Counter Motion" form included in this packet by following Steps 1a through 1k below. This form tells the court and all other parties, including the county attorney's office, what you are asking the court to do. STEP 1a: Fill in the information at the top of the form. The information to fill in the boxes and blanks at the top of the form can be found at the top of your current child support order, including: · The county where your case is located and where the current order was issued (which may be different from the county where you live). · The number of the judicial district. · The court file number. · The name of the Petitioner/Plaintiff. · The name of the Respondent/Defendant. If you are the Petitioner/Plaintiff in the current order or decree you will be the Petitioner/Plaintiff in this motion. If you are the Respondent/Defendant in the current order or decree you will be the Respondent/Defendant in this motion. STEP 1b: Decide whether you are responding to a Motion for Review, bringing a Counter Motion, or responding to a Counter Motion. Check either the "Response to Motion for Review" box, the "Counter Motion" box, or the "Response to Counter Motion" box. A response to a Motion for Review will include your objections to the motion or counter motion. A Counter Motion includes new requests that you are asking the court to consider in addition to any objections you may have to the motion. Fill in the name and last known address of the other party and the county attorney's office where your case is located. Fill in the name and the date the current order was signed by the court. Request 1: Decide who you want to review your request - the child support magistrate who issued the order or a district court judge. Check off the appropriate box. Request 2: List all the parts of the order you want reviewed, the reasons why the review is requested, and describe the specific changes requested. You may request as many changes as you wish, but it will be up to the court to decide what changes (if any) will actually be ordered. STEP 1c: STEP 1d: STEP 1e: STEP 1f: CSX901 State ENG Rev 08/05-D www.courts.state.mn.us/forms Page 2 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com STEP 1g: STEP 1h: Request 3: Include any other changes you would like the court to make. Request 4: If you would like to submit new or additional evidence that supports the changes, check the box and explain what type of evidence you want to submit and why you did not submit it earlier. DO NOT SUBMIT THE ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE AT THIS TIME. Request 5: If you are requesting a new hearing, check off the box and explain why you are requesting a new hearing. Request 6: If you ordered a transcript, check off the box and fill in the date you filed your Request for Transcript. ONLY DATE AND SIGN THE "RESPONSE TO MOTION FOR REVIEW / COUNTER MOTION" FORM WHEN YOU ARE IN FRONT OF A NOTARY PUBLIC OR THE COURT CLERK. MAKE SURE TO BRING PICTURE IDENTIFICATION TO SHOW TO THE NOTARY PUBLIC OR CLERK. A Notary Public can usually be found at a bank and sometimes at the courthouse. STEP 2 MAKE COPIES OF FORMS STEP 1i: STEP 1j: STEP 1k: Step 2a: After the form is completely filled out, make three copies of the "Response to Motion For Review / Counter Motion" form. Keep one copy of the form for yourself. STEP 3 HAVE OF THE DOCUMENTS SERVED ON THE OTHER PARTY AND COUNTY AGENCY Step 2b: You must arrange for the other party and the county attorney's office to receive copies of the motion. This is called "service of process." A copy of the motion must be served upon all parties, either personally or by mail. Personal service means the documents are hand delivered to the other party personally or leaving the documents at the other party's place of residence with some person who is 18 years or older who also lives at the same residence. If the other party is represented by an attorney, the documents must be served on the attorney instead of the party. If using personal service, the documents must be hand delivered upon the other party (or his/her attorney if there is one) and the county attorney's office within 30 days of the date the Court Administrator served the Notice of Filing of Order. The Notice of Filing of Order is attached to the order being reviewed and gives you instructions and time frames for filing a response to a motion for review. If using mail service, the envelopes containing the documents must be CSX901 State ENG Rev 08/05-D www.courts.state.mn.us/forms
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