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Default Judgment Establishing Paternity And Setting Amount Of Child Support {CS-18}

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State of Alabama Unified Judicial System CS-18 Rev. 7/2019 Page 1 of 2 DEFAULT JUDGMENT ESTABLISHING PATERNITY AND SETTING AMOUNT OF CHILD SUPPORT Court Case Number IN THE COURT OF COUNTY, ALABAMA STATE OF ALABAMA, ex rel. Plaintiff v. Defendant Address Address FINDINGS: This case having been heard on the day of , , this Court finds that it has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter. This Court further finds that the Defendant was properly served with a summons and petition by: personal service; certified mail. The following persons were present: Plaintiff: Pro se Plaintiff222s Attorney State222s Attorney Other This action has been presented on the affidavit of the Plaintiff or otherwise for a default judgment pursuant to Rule 55(b)(2) of the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure and Defendant is not an infant or unrepresented incompetent person and has failed to plead or otherwise defend. With this default having been duly entered and the Court having considered the evidence presented to it, the Court finds that the Defendant is the father of the minor child(ren) named below and is obligated to pay child support for the minor child(ren) named herein. This Court finds that health care coverage is unavailable, unavailable at reasonable cost, or is not accessible. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED BY THE COURT AS FOLLOWS: 1. The Defendant is adjudicated to be the father of child(ren) named below: NAME OF CHILD DATE OF BIRTH BORN TO (MOTHER) 2. The Defendant is ORDERED to pay the sum of $ per commencing on for the support and maintenance of the minor child(ren) named above. That the award of child support made herein was determined by application of the Child Support Guidelines established by Rule 32, Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration. The Child Support Guidelines (CS-42) and the Child Support Obligation Income Statement/Affidavit (CS-41) forms have been filed herein and are made a part of the record in this case. The Court finds that deviation is appropriate based on the Child Support Guidelines established by Rule 32, Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration. The findings are noted in the Child Support Guidelines Notice of Compliance (CS-43). 3. The child support payments shall continue until discharged as provided by law. 4. The child support payments shall be made payable to: Alabama Child Support Payment Center at P.O. Box 244015, Montgomery, Al 36124-4015. 5. The Defendant OR the Plaintiff, wherever employed, shall include the child(ren) named above on any health care coverage policy at his or her place of employment and shall provide proof of the coverage within thirty (30) days of the date of this order to the other party in non-Title IV-D cases OR to the County Department of Human Resources in Title IV-D cases. The Defendant OR the Plaintiff shall include the child(ren) named above on any health care coverage policy which he or she shall purchase and shall provide proof of the coverage within thirty (30) days of the date of this order to the other party in non-Title IV-D cases OR to the County Department of Human Resources in Title IV-D cases. COURT RECORD ATTORNEY DEFENDANT American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com State of Alabama Unified Judicial System CS-18 Rev. 7/2019 Page 2 of 2 DEFAULT JUDGMENT ESTABLISHING PATERNITY AND SETTING AMOUNT OF CHILD SUPPORT Court Case Number The Defendant is ordered to pay % and the Plaintiff is ordered to pay % of all unreimbursed health expenses. The parties must submit within 30 days any unreimbursed health expenses to the other party and payment of the expenses must be made within 30 days of this submission. The Defendant is ordered to pay the sum of $ per commencing on for the medical support of the minor child(ren) named above, as health care coverage is not accessible, not available, or is not available at a reasonable cost. Other arrangements regarding health care coverage: . 6. The Defendant shall notify County Department of Human Resources as to any change of address, employment, or lapse or change in health care coverage. 7. The Defendant is ordered to pay the following: $ representing retroactive child support to be paid at the rate of $ per commencing on . $ representing the cost of genetic testing to be paid at the rate of $ per commencing on , or repaid as follows: . $ representing previous medical expenses to be paid at the rate of $ per commencing on . These sums are hereby reduced to a judgment for which let execution issue. Interest will continue to accrue on this judgment until it has been satisfied in full as provided in Ala.Code 1975, Section 8-8-10. 8. If necessary, an amended certificate(s) of birth, consistent with the findings of this Court, shall be issued pursuant to the provisions of the Ala.Code 1975, Section 26-17-636(f). 9. Costs of these proceedings are taxed as follows: against Plaintiff, for which let execution issue; against Defendant, for which let execution issue; waived. 10. Reference is hereby made in this Default Judgment Establishing Paternity and Setting Amount of Child Support to a separate income withholding order, the entry of which is required of this Court by law, and which is specifically incorporated herein as a part of this Court222s Order in this case. 11. In cases where payments are ordered paid directly to the Clerk of the Court, there shall be paid an additional $1.00 administrative fee as provided in Ala.Code 1975, Section 12-19-26, with each periodic payment. 12. Other: . Ordered this the day of , . Signature of Judge COURT RECORD ATTORNEY DEFENDANT American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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