Form FL Modify602 "Response to Petition to Change a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order" - Washington

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Download Form FL Modify602 "Response to Petition to Change a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re:
Petitioner/s (as listed on the Petition):
No.
Response to Petition to Change a Parenting
Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order
And Respondent/s (as listed on the Petition):
(RSP)
Response to Petition to Change a Parenting Plan,
Residential Schedule or Custody Order
1.
Your response
Look at each section of the Petition. Check below to say if you agree or disagree with
what the other party said in each section, or say if you don’t know because you don’t have
enough information. (If you disagree with any part of a section, check “I disagree.”) List
your reasons for disagreeing on page 2.
Section in the Petition
Your response (check one)
1. Who is asking to change the parenting/
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
custody order?
2. Who are the other parents or custodians
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
involved in this case?
3. Who are the children involved in this case?
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
4. Describe the parenting/custody order you
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
have now:
5. Explain why you are filing your request for
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
change with this court:
6. Request for major change
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
p. 1 of 5
Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re:
Petitioner/s (as listed on the Petition):
No.
Response to Petition to Change a Parenting
Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order
And Respondent/s (as listed on the Petition):
(RSP)
Response to Petition to Change a Parenting Plan,
Residential Schedule or Custody Order
1.
Your response
Look at each section of the Petition. Check below to say if you agree or disagree with
what the other party said in each section, or say if you don’t know because you don’t have
enough information. (If you disagree with any part of a section, check “I disagree.”) List
your reasons for disagreeing on page 2.
Section in the Petition
Your response (check one)
1. Who is asking to change the parenting/
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
custody order?
2. Who are the other parents or custodians
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
involved in this case?
3. Who are the children involved in this case?
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
4. Describe the parenting/custody order you
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
have now:
5. Explain why you are filing your request for
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
change with this court:
6. Request for major change
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
p. 1 of 5
Section in the Petition
Your response (check one)
7. Request for minor change
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
8. Request for restrictions on the parent with
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
less parenting time
9. Request for other changes
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
10. Child Support
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
11. Protection Order
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
12. Restraining Order
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
13. Children’s Home/s
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
14. Other people with a legal right to spend
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
time with a child
15. Other court cases involving a child
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
16. Jurisdiction over children
[ ] I agree
[ ] I disagree
[ ] I don’t know
If you checked “disagree” for any of the sections, list your reasons here:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
p. 2 of 5
Section #:
Reasons:
Section #:
Reasons:
(If you need more space, you may add more pages to this Response. Number, date, and
sign each page that you add.)
2.
Protection Order
Do you want the court to issue an Order for Protection as part of the final orders in this
case?
[ ] No. I do not want an Order for Protection.
[ ] Yes. (You must file a Petition for Order for Protection, form DV-1.015 for domestic
violence, or form UHST-02.0200 for harassment. You may file your Petition for Order
for Protection using the same case number assigned to this case.)
Important! If you need protection now, ask the court clerk about getting a Temporary Order for Protection.
[ ] There already is an Order for Protection between (name):
and me.
Court that issued the order:
Case number:
Expiration date:
3.
Restraining order
Do you want the court to issue a Restraining Order as part of the final orders in this case?
4
[ ] No. (Skip to
.)
[ ] Yes. Check the type of orders you want:
[ ] Do not disturb – Order (name/s):
not to
disturb my peace or the peace of any child listed in the Petition.
[ ] Stay away – Order (name/s):
not to
go onto the grounds of or enter my home, workplace, or school, and the daycare or
school of any child listed in Petition.
Also, not knowingly to go or stay within
feet of my home, workplace,
[ ]
or school, or the daycare or school of any child listed in the Petition
[ ] Do not hurt or threaten – Order (name/s):
:
 Not to assault, harass, stalk or molest me or any child listed in the Petition; and
 Not to use, try to use, or threaten to use physical force against me or the children
that would reasonably be expected to cause bodily injury.
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
p. 3 of 5
Warning! If the court makes this order, the court must consider if weapons restrictions are required by
state law; federal law may also prohibit the Restrained Person from possessing firearms or ammunition.
[ ] Prohibit weapons and order surrender – Order (name/s):
:
 Not to access, possess, or obtain any firearms, other dangerous weapons, or
concealed pistol licenses until the Order ends, and
 To immediately surrender any firearms, other dangerous weapons, and any
concealed pistol licenses that he/she possesses to (check one):
the police
[ ]
chief or sheriff. [ ] his/her lawyer. [ ] other person (name):
.
[ ] Other restraining orders:
Important! If you want a restraining order now, you must file a Motion for Temporary Family Law Order and
Restraining Order or a Motion for Immediate Restraining Order (Ex Parte).
4.
Requests
(Check all that apply):
[ ] I ask the court to deny the other parent’s (or non-parent custodian’s) Petition to
Change a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order.
[ ] If the court changes the current parenting/custody order based on the reasons listed
in the other parent’s custodian’s Petition, I ask the court to approve my proposed
Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule. I am filing my proposed Parenting Plan or
Residential Schedule at the same time as this Response.
Warning! If you want a change to the current parenting/custody order based on different reasons than
listed in the other parent’s (or non-parent custodian’s) Petition, you must file your own Petition to Change a
Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order (form FL Modify 601).
[ ] Child Support – My request to change the parenting schedule affects child
support because I’m asking to significantly change the amount of time the children
spend with the parent who pays child support.
If the court makes my requested changes, I ask the court to set or change child
support. I will file a Financial Declaration and proposed Child Support Worksheets.
Warning! If the court does not change the parenting/custody order, your request to change child support
may be denied. If you have other reasons to change child support, you may file a separate form to make
that request (use form FL Modify 501 or 521).
[ ] Protection / Restraining Order – Approve my request for an Order for Protection
or Restraining Order as listed above.
[ ] Other (specify):
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
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Person filing this Response fills out below:
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the facts I have
provided on this form (including any attachments) are true.
[ ] I have attached (number of):
pages.
Signed at (city and state):
Date:
Person filing Response signs here
Print name
I agree to accept legal papers for this case at (check one):
[ ] my lawyer’s address, listed below.
[ ] the following address (this does not have to be your home address):
street address or PO box
city
state
zip
Note: You and the other party/ies may agree to accept legal papers by email under Civil Rule 5 and local
court rules.
(If this address changes before the case ends, you must notify all parties and the court clerk in writing. You may
use the Notice of Address Change form (FL All Family 120).)
Important! You must fill out and file a Confidential Information form (FL All Family 001) with the court clerk.
Lawyer (if any) fills out below:
Lawyer signs here
Print name and WSBA No.
Date
Lawyer’s address
city
state
zip
Email (if applicable):
Warning! Documents filed with the court are available for anyone to see unless they are sealed.
Financial, medical, and confidential reports, as described in General Rule 22, must be sealed so they can
only be seen by the court, the other party, and the lawyers in your case. Seal those documents by filing
them separately, using a Sealed cover sheet (form FL All Family 011, 012, or 013). You may ask for an
order to seal other documents.
RCW 26.09.260, .270; 26.10.200
Response to Petition to Change a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Parenting/Custody Order
FL Modify 602
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