Family Law Judgment Checklist (Dissolution-Legal Separation-Nullity) {SFUFC 11.15} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

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Family Law Judgment Checklist (Dissolution-Legal Separation-Nullity) {SFUFC 11.15} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

Family Law Judgment Checklist (Dissolution-Legal Separation-Nullity) {SFUFC 11.15}

This is a California form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, San Francisco.

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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT Superior Court of California San Francisco County Unified Family Court In the Marriage of: Petitioner: Case No. __________________ FAMILY LAW JUDGMENT CHECKLIST (Dissolution/Legal Separation/Nullity) v. Respondent: Attorney / Mediator Self-Represented Party INSTRUCTIONS: There are three types of cases: "True Default" (no response, no written agreement); "Default" (no response and a written agreement); and "Uncontested" (appearance by both parties and a written agreement). You only need to complete the checklist for your type of case. All items should be completed either by checking each line to indicate compliance or by marking "N/A" to verify that an item is not applicable. If any of these documents were previously filed, please note the filing date on the line. TRUE DEFAULT CASE (no response filed and NO WRITTEN AGREEMENT between the parties) 1. ___ Proof of Service of Summons (check one of the following): ___ Personal Service. ___ Notice and Acknowledgment of Receipt attached. ___ Service out of state and certified mail receipt attached. ___ Service out of country and declaration regarding service attached. ___ Other, please indicate__________________________________ 2. ___ Request to Enter Default. 3. ___ Declaration for Default or Uncontested Dissolution/Legal Separation or Declaration in Support of Request for Nullity. 4. ___ Declaration Regarding Service of Petitioner's Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure. 5. ___ Judgment. (Must contain provisions regarding property division, spousal support jurisdiction, child support and child custody/visitation, if applicable) 6. ___ If you have children of the marriage: ___ Income and Expense Declaration; ___ Guideline child support calculation; ___ Child Support Order Attachment; (attach this form to the Judgment) ___ Child Support Case Registry Form; American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com ___ Information Sheet on Changing a Child Support Order; (attach this form to the Judgment) ___ Notice of Rights and Responsibilities; (attach this form to the Judgment) ___ Department of Child Support Services has approved Judgment if child support is being enforced through their agency. ___ If requesting to reserve jurisdiction over child support, Declaration in support of request showing that children's needs will be met with custodial parent's income alone. ___ Declaration pursuant to San Francisco Local Rule 11.15(c)(2)(B) stating, 1) date of parties' separation; 2) custodial arrangement since separation; 3) extent of contact between the child(ren) and the non-custodial parent; and 4) if the moving party seeks to deny visitation to the defaulting party, a statement concerning the reasons. ___ Child Custody and Visitation Order Attachment. (Attach this form to the Judgment) 7. ___ If you are requesting Spousal Support: ___ Declaration pursuant to Family Code §4320 in support of request for spousal support; ___ Income and Expense Declaration. 8. ___ If you are requesting Property Division: ___ Property Declaration (FL-160) ___ Property Order Attachment to Judgment (FL-350) 9. ___ Notice of Entry of Judgment 10. ___ Jurisdiction date on Judgment agrees with information in file. 11. ___ Declaration explaining request for retroactive (nunc pro tunc) entry of Judgment provided. 12. ___ For Status Only Judgment: ___ Declaration Regarding Service of Petitioner's Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure provided; ___ Joinder of pension plans or a Declaration stating that there are no pensions to be divided. 13. ___ Four self-addressed, stamped envelopes: 1) Two envelopes, one addressed to Petitioner and one addressed to Respondent, sufficient in size and with sufficient postage for the Judgment and Notice of Entry of Judgment (Respondent's address must be the same as it is on the Request to Enter Default); and 2) Two envelopes, one addressed to Petitioner and one addressed to Respondent, sufficient in size and with sufficient postage for copies of all other documents submitted. DEFAULT CASE (no response filed and a WRITTEN AGREEMENT between the parties on all issues) 1. ___ Proof of Service of Summons (check one of the following): ___ Personal Service. ___ Notice and Acknowledgment of Receipt attached. ___ Service out of state and certified mail receipt attached. ___ Service out of country and declaration regarding service attached. ___ Other, please indicate_____________________________________ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 2. ___ Declaration Regarding Service of Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure (BOTH Petitioner's and Respondent's). 3. ___ Declaration Regarding Service of Final Declaration of Disclosure (BOTH Petitioner's and Respondent's) or a separately filed waiver pursuant to Family Code Section 2105. 4. ___ Request to Enter Default with two (2) self addressed, stamped envelopes. 5. ___ Declaration for Default or Uncontested Dissolution or Legal Separation. 6. ___ Judgment 7. ___ If Child Support is included in the written agreement: ___ Stipulation to Establish or Modify Child Support and Order or Acknowledgment pursuant to Family Code § 4065 included in written agreement; ___ Child Support Case Registry Form (one from each parent OR one with both parents' information); ___ Information Sheet on Changing a Child Support Order; (attach this form to the Judgment) ___ Notice of Rights and Responsibilities; (attach this form to the Judgment) ___ Department of Child Support Services has approved Judgment if Child Support is being enforced through their agency. 8. ___ Notice of Entry of Judgment. Respondent's address must be the same as it is on the Request to Enter Default. 9. ___ Jurisdiction date on Judgment agrees with information in file 10. ___ Declaration explaining request for retroactive (nunc pro tunc) entry of Judgment. 11. ___ Respondent's signature on agreement is notarized. 12. ___ For Status Only Judgment: ___ Declaration Regarding Service of Moving Party's Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure provided, or written Stipulation to defer service; ___ Joinder of pension plans or Stipulation that there are no pensions to be divided; ___ Stipulation for Bifurcation and/or Order for Bifurcation. 13. ___ Four self-addressed, stamped envelopes: 1) Two envelopes, one addressed to Petitioner and one addressed to Respondent, sufficient in size and with sufficient postage for the Judgment and Notice of entry of Judgment and 2) Two envelopes, one addressed to Petitioner and one addresse

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