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Name: Address: City, State, ZIP: Daytime Telephone No: Representing Self, Without a Lawyer ARIZONA SUPERIOR COURT, PIMA COUNTY Case No. ____________________ Petitioner and JUDGMENT AND ORDER FOR PATERNITY, LEGAL DECISIONMAKING, PARENTING TIME, AND SUPPORT Respondent THE COURT FINDS AS FOLLOWS: 1. This case has come before this Court for a final Order. The Court has taken all testimony needed to enter final orders. This Court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law. This Court has jurisdiction under A.R.S. § 25-1031 over the child(ren) in this matter. Where it has the legal power to do so and where it is applicable to the facts of this case, this Court has considered, approved, and made orders relating to legal decision-making, support, parenting time, and expenses related to birth of the child(ren). Petitioner and Respondent are natural parents of these children: NAME BIRTH DATE NAME BIRTH DATE 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Check and complete only if supervised or no parenting time is ordered SUPERVISED PARENTING TIME between the children and the OR Petitioner Respondent NO PARENTING TIME by the Petitioner Respondent is in the best interests of the children because: (explain here reasons for the requirement of supervised parenting time or no parenting time): 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com THE COURT ORDERS THAT: 1. PATERNITY: father of the minor child(ren). 2. _, is declared to be the natural BIRTH CERTIFICATE: The father's name be added to each child's birth certificate. The records of the Office of Vital Records should be amended, if necessary, to reflect this adjudication of paternity. LAST NAMES: The child(ren)'s last name shall be changed to the last name of LEGAL DECISION-MAKING AND PARENTING TIME: Petitioner Respondent have completed the Domestic Relations Education on Children's Issues Course 3. 4. . SOLE LEGAL DECISION-MAKING of the minor child(ren) is awarded to: Petitioner Respondent subject to parenting time as follows: OR The parties will have legal decision-making for the children, pursuant to A.R.S. § 25-403, as set forth in the Parenting Plan attached. The court adopts the Parenting Plan describing the legal decision-making and parenting time between the parties. By attaching the Parenting Plan to this Order, the Parenting Plan becomes part of the final Order and carries the same legal weight as any other order of this Court. OR Supervised parenting time between the children and Petitioner Respondent based on finding "5" above, according to the terms of the Parenting Plan attached to and made a part of this Judgment, but such parenting time is to take place only in the presence of another person named below or otherwise approved by the court. Name of supervising person:_______________________________ Restrictions to parenting time: _______________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Petitioner Respondent shared equally by the parties. OR No parenting time rights to Petitioner Respondent based on finding"5" above OR JOINT LEGAL DECISION-MAKING: The parties will have joint legal decisionmaking for the children, pursuant to A.R.S. § 25-403, as set forth in the Parenting Plan attached. There have been no significant acts of domestic violence under A.R.S. § 13-3601 by either parent. The court adopts the Parenting Plan describing the legal decision-making and parenting time between the parties. By attaching the Parenting Plan to this Order, the Parenting Plan becomes part of the final Order and carries the same legal weight as any other order of this Court. 5. CHILD SUPPORT: shall pay child support to Petitioner Respondent in the amount of $______per month, beginning_____20__ , according to the Child Support Order attached. All child support payments shall be made through The Support Payment Clearinghouse. This support obligation shall end when a child reaches age 18, OR if still attending high school or a certified high school equivalency program, support shall continue to be provided while the child is actually attending high school or the equivalency program but only Petitioner Respondent 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com until the child reaches age 19, OR is otherwise emancipated, OR at his or her death. Further, that costs for past child support and care for child(ren) in the amount of $ shall be paid by Petitioner Respondent in the amount of $ each month until paid in full. Payments shall be made as stated above. 6. EXPENSES OF MOTHER: Petitioner Respondent shall pay $ ________________ to Petitioner Respondent to cover unreimbursed expenses incurred by the mother rated to the birth of each child. 7. MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSURANCE, PAYMENTS, AND EXPENSES: Petitioner Respondent is ordered to provide medical, dental insurance for the minor child(ren). Payment shall be according to the Child Support Order. The party ordered to pay shall keep other party informed of the insurance company name, address, and telephone number, and provide other party with documents necessary to submit insurance claims. Petitioner is ordered to pay % and Respondent is ordered to pay % of all reasonable uncovered and/or uninsured medical, dental, prescription, and other health care charges for the minor child(ren), including co-payments. Costs for past medical expenses for child(ren) in the amount of $_ by Petitioner Respondent in the amount of $ until paid in full. Payments shall be made as stated above. shall be paid each month 8. FINANCIAL INFORMATION EXCHANGES: The parties shall exchange financial information (tax returns, spousal affidavits, earning statements and/or other related financial statements) every twenty-four months. 9. TAX EXEMPTION: The parties shall claim as income tax dependency exemptions on federal and state income tax returns as follows: Parent entitled Name of child Current tax year Later tax years to claim child Petitioner Respondent ________________ ________________ ______________ Petitioner Respondent ________________ ________________ ______________ Petitioner Respondent ________________ ________________ ______________ Petitioner Respondent ________________ ________________ ______________ TESTING and COSTS: Petitioner Respondent 10. 11. must pay all costs and expenses of this lawsuit under Arizona law, A.R.S. § 25- 809, including the costs of blood tests or other genetic testing; filing each child's birth certificate; attorne