Form DR-705 "Motion to Change Alaska Order About Custody, Support or Visitation" - Alaska

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CV Case Type: DR Other | Action Code: CIUIFSA
Person Filing Motion:
Name:
Email:
Mailing Address:
Phone:
NOTE: If for any reason you do not want the other party to know your physical address, you must still
provide a mailing address so that the court and the other party can serve you by mail.
List court location, names of parties and case number exactly as shown on original court order.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA
AT
)
)
)
)
CASE NO.
)
) MOTION TO CHANGE ALASKA ORDER ABOUT
)
CUSTODY
SUPPORT
VISITATION
There is an open Child-in-Need-of-Aid (CINA) Case.
Court Location:
. Case number (if known):
.
1.
PARENT INFORMATION
NOTE: If for any reason you do not want the other parent to know your current address or
employer, you do not need to provide that information. However, you must provide a mailing
address that will allow the court and the other parent to mail you required documents. That
address may be in care of another person as long as you will receive all papers sent to you.
Parent A (parent filing motion):
Full name:
Date of birth:
Mailing address:
Residence address (if different):
Daytime phone number:
Email:
I authorize the court to email me court documents in this case to the email address above.
I agree to notify the court if I change my email address or wish to receive documents by
Electronic Delivery of Case Documents
regular mail. (Use form TF-820,
.)
Most recent employer:
Dates of employment:
Employer’s address:
Parent B:
Full name:
Date of birth:
Mailing address:
Residence address (if different):
Daytime phone number:
Email:
Most recent employer:
Dates of employment:
Employer’s address:
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MOTION TO CHANGE CUSTODY, SUPPORT, OR VISITATION
CV Case Type: DR Other | Action Code: CIUIFSA
Person Filing Motion:
Name:
Email:
Mailing Address:
Phone:
NOTE: If for any reason you do not want the other party to know your physical address, you must still
provide a mailing address so that the court and the other party can serve you by mail.
List court location, names of parties and case number exactly as shown on original court order.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA
AT
)
)
)
)
CASE NO.
)
) MOTION TO CHANGE ALASKA ORDER ABOUT
)
CUSTODY
SUPPORT
VISITATION
There is an open Child-in-Need-of-Aid (CINA) Case.
Court Location:
. Case number (if known):
.
1.
PARENT INFORMATION
NOTE: If for any reason you do not want the other parent to know your current address or
employer, you do not need to provide that information. However, you must provide a mailing
address that will allow the court and the other parent to mail you required documents. That
address may be in care of another person as long as you will receive all papers sent to you.
Parent A (parent filing motion):
Full name:
Date of birth:
Mailing address:
Residence address (if different):
Daytime phone number:
Email:
I authorize the court to email me court documents in this case to the email address above.
I agree to notify the court if I change my email address or wish to receive documents by
Electronic Delivery of Case Documents
regular mail. (Use form TF-820,
.)
Most recent employer:
Dates of employment:
Employer’s address:
Parent B:
Full name:
Date of birth:
Mailing address:
Residence address (if different):
Daytime phone number:
Email:
Most recent employer:
Dates of employment:
Employer’s address:
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MOTION TO CHANGE CUSTODY, SUPPORT, OR VISITATION
Custodian (other than parent):
Full name:
Date of birth:
Mailing address:
Residence address (if different):
Daytime phone number:
Email:
2.
CHILDREN
List the names of all children covered by your most recent court order.
Child’s Name
Date of Birth
Who is Child Living With?
[Attach extra pages for any additional children.]
Is the custody and visitation arrangement for each child the same as ordered by the
court in its most recent order?
Yes
No
If your answer is “no” for any child, explain in detail how the child’s current custody and
Attach extra pages if
visitation arrangement is different from what the court ordered. [
necessary.
]
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MOTION TO CHANGE CUSTODY, SUPPORT OR VISITATION
3.
CHANGE IN CUSTODY OR VISITATION
NOTE: A change in custody will not be granted unless there has been a substantial change in
circumstances since the last order was entered. Also, the requested change must be in the best
interests of the children. See page 3 of the Instructions about "best interests."
Do you want the custody or visitation order changed? (Check all that apply.)
custody
visitation
no change in custody or visitation
Explain in detail what changes you want the court to order and why.
[Attach extra pages if necessary.]
Notice to Parties: If there is a change in custody or visitation, the court is required to consider
whether the child support order must also be changed.
Travel Expenses. Travel expenses necessary to exercise visitation should be allocated
between the parties as follows:
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4.
CHANGE IN CHILD SUPPORT
NOTE: In order to obtain an increase or decrease in support payments because of a change in
income of the person making the payments, the change in income must be both long term and
significant. The court will not modify a support order because of a minor or temporary increase
or decrease in income. The general guideline for determining whether a change in income is
significant is if the change is enough to raise or lower the support payments by 15% or more.
You must attach any documentation you have that supports your request. Examples
include pay stubs, tax returns, and proof of social security or disability benefits.
Do you want the support payments for the above children to be:
increased
decreased
no change in support payments
Check all of the following boxes that explain why you are requesting an increase or
decrease. [Attach extra pages if necessary.]
a.
The income of the person making the child support payments has
If you check this box, attach documentation of the increase
increased or decreased. (
or decrease and explain why it has occurred.
)
b.
Support payments should be changed because there has been a change in
If you check this box, list the dates when the living
where the children are living. (
arrangements changed, explain what the current living arrangements are, and attach
any documents you have to support your claim.
)
c.
Support payments should be changed because there has been a change in
the availability or cost of medical insurance for the children or because medical expenses
Describe what the change should be and
for the children have increased or decreased. (
attach all available documents that support the requested change.)
Be specific and attach any supporting documents.
d.
Other (
)
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1
Note: The court must use AK Civil Rule 90.3 to calculate the support amount.
So you must also
Child Support Guidelines Affidavit
attach a completed
(DR-305) with information for the court.
Income Withholding. I understand that the court’s modification order must require
that the support amount be immediately withheld from the obligor’s income unless one
2
of the three exceptions
shown below applies.
I request that the court not order immediate income withholding because:
Alternative Payment Arrangement.
1.
3
The other parent and I agree on the alternative payment arrangement
described in the attached document signed by both of us (and by CSSD if
support has been assigned to the state); and
if CSSD is enforcing the support order, CSSD has entered this agreement into
its record; and
an income withholding order has not been terminated previously and
subsequently initiated; and
the obligor has agreed to keep the obligee (or CSSD if CSSD is enforcing the
order) informed of the obligor’s current employer and the availability of
employment-related health insurance coverage for the children until the
support order is satisfied.
Not in Best Interests of Child(ren).
2.
Immediate income withholding would not be in the best interests of the
child(ren) because:
; AND
the obligor made voluntary support payments under a court or agency order,
and has not been in arrears in an amount equal to the support payable for
4
one month
; and
the obligor agreed to keep the obligee (or CSSD if CSSD is enforcing the
order) informed of the obligor’s current employer and the availability of
employment-related health insurance coverage for the children until the
support order is satisfied.
Obligor Receives Other Compensation.
3.
The obligor is receiving social security or other disability compensation that
includes regular payments to the child(ren) at least equal to the support owed
each month. To the extent these payments to the child(ren) do not satisfy the
monthly amount owed, I request that the remaining amount due be immediately
withheld from the obligor's income pursuant to AS 25.27.062.
1
State v. Bromley
, 987 P.2d 183 (Alaska 1999).
2
AS 25.27.062(m).
3
alternative payment arrangements
The following are some examples of
: having a military allotment
paid to the obligee; advance payment of two months' support to the obligee as security for future
payments; or an automatic funds transfer from the obligor's bank or employer to the obligee.
4
“In arrears” means failing to make a support payment within 30 days of the monthly due date
specified in the order. AS 25.27.062(m)(2)(B).
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