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Order Of Paternity

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Order Of Paternity Form

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This is a Arizona form that can be used for Children And Family Law within Local County, Coconino, Superior Court.

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<document>INSTRUCTIONSRead all forms and instructions before starting. Fill out forms by typing or printing in black ink. STEP 1:FILL OUT THE DOMESTIC RELATIONS COVER SHEETYou are the Petitioner. The other party is the Respondent. Enter the information you know. STEP 2:FILL OUT THE VOLUNTARY REQUEST FOR ORDER OF PATERNITY(1)Enter your name; street address; city, state, and zip code; and phone number. Enter your ATLAS number if you have one. (2)Enter your name. Check the box indicating whether you are the mother or father. Enter your maiden name if applicable, social security number, birthdate, and place of birth. (3)Enter the other parent's name. Check the box indicating whether the other parent is the mother or father. Enter the other parent's maiden name if applicable, social security number, birthdate, and place of birth. (4)Enter the full name, birthdate, and place of birth of each child for whom you want to establish paternity. (5)If you have an affidavit from a certified laboratory indicating that genetic testing has not excluded the father as the children's natural father, you may attach it to your request. If you are attaching genetic test results, check the box. (6)If you are not attaching genetic test results, check the box. (7)If you want to change the name of any child listed in Blank 4, enter that child's current name and new name. (8)Read the Important Notice and make sure you understand it. Attach the genetic test results if applicable. Do not sign this form until you are in front of a notary public. Do not fill in any un-numbered blanks. STEP 3:FILL OUT THE ORDER OF PATERNITY(1)Enter your name; street address; city, state, and zip code; and phone number. Enter your ATLAS number if you have one. (2)Enter your name. Check the box indicating whether you are the mother or father. Enter your maiden name if applicable, social security number, birthdate, and place of birth. (3)Enter the other parent's name. Check the box indicating whether the other parent is the mother or father. Enter the other parent's maiden name if applicable, social security number, birthdate, and place of birth. (4)Enter the full name, birthdate, and place of birth of each child for whom you want to establish paternity. (5)If you want to change the name of any child listed in Blank 4, enter that child's current name and new name. Do not fill in any un-numbered blanks.Page 1 of 2 Revised June 2003Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center FormsAmerican LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comSTEP 4:HAVE THE VOLUNTARY REQUEST FOR ORDER OF PATERNITY NOTARIZEDGo to a notary public with the other party. Take the Voluntary Request for Order of Paternity and a photo ID for each party. Date and sign the form in front of the notary. Have the other party date and sign in front of the notary. You can find a notary at most banks or listed in the Yellow Pages. Notaries usually charge a fee. STEP 5:FILE THE FORMS WITH THE CLERK OF COURTTake or mail the following to the Clerk's Office in the Coconino County Courthouse, 200 North San Francisco, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. [ ]The original Civil Cover Sheet, Request, and Order [ ]One copy of the Request and Order [ ]The filing fee (To find the fee, see the Self-Help Center packet, Superior Court Filing Fees, or call the Clerk's Office at 928-779-6535. The Clerk's Office accepts only cash, money orders, and cashier's checks payable to "Clerk of Superior Court".) The Clerk will stamp your copies with the filing date and return them to you for your records. If you file by mail, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a note asking the Clerk to return the date-stamped copies to you. STEP 6:THE COURT WILL GIVE YOU THE SIGNED ORDERThe Court will automatically give or mail you a copy of the signed Order. This copy is called a conformed copy. For children born in Arizona, the Clerk will automatically mail a copy of the signed Order to the Office of Vital Records, Department of Health Services. Vital Records will automatically update the birth certificates. STEP 7:[OPTIONAL] GET A COPY OF THE NEW BIRTH CERTIFICATEAsk the Office of Vital Records for a copy of the new birth certificate. You will need to pay a fee and show identification. The Office of Vital Records's phone number is 602-364-1300. Their address is 1818 West Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85007. You may also obtain official vital records on the internet at www.vitalchek.com.Page 2 of 2 Revised June 2003Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center FormsAmerican LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com(1) Person Filing: Street Address: City, State, Zip Code: Telephone:ATLAS Number: Representing SelfSUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF COCONINO(2) Petitioner:Case No. MotherFather Maiden Name:ORDER OF PATERNITY Social Security Number: Birthdate:Birthplace (City, State, Country):(3) Respondent:MotherFather Maiden Name: Social Security Number: Birthdate:Birthplace (City, State, Country):The mother named above is the natural mother of the following child(ren). She was unmarried when each child was born and for the ten months immediately preceding each birth. (4) Full Name on Birth CertificatePlace of Birth (City, County, State)BirthdateIT IS ORDERED based on the Request filed that the father named above is the natural father of the child(ren) listed above.American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comPage 1 of 2 Revised June 2003Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center FormsThe name of each child listed below is changed as follows.(5) Change Name From:To:If any child named above was born in Arizona, the Clerk of Court shall send a copy of this Order to the Office of Vital Records, Department of Health Services, which shall establish a new birth certificate for each child, to include the father named above (A.R.S. 36-326(A)(3)). This Order is a judgment of the Superior Court. Pursuant to A.R.S. 25-803(D), the parent with whom the child has resided for the greater part of the last six months has legal custody of the child unless otherwise ordered by the Court. Pursuant to A.R.S. 25-501, this Order of Paternity imposes a duty of support and also provides a basis for determining issues related to custody and visitation and affords the parents all rights and responsibilities provided by Arizona law (A.R.S. 25-803(C)). Dated:Clerk of the Court:FOR COURT USE ONLY: Copy mailed this dateto: [ ] Corrections Unit, Office of Vital Records[ ] IV-D AgencyAmerican LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comPage 2 of 2 Revised June 2003Coconino