Form FL Parentage323 "Motion for Temporary Family Law Order and Restraining Order" - Washington

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Download Form FL Parentage323 "Motion for Temporary Family Law Order and Restraining Order" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re parentage / parenting and support:
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
No.
Motion for Temporary Family Law Order
(MTTO)
[ ] and Restraining Order
And Respondent/s (other party/parties):
(MTTMO)
Motion for Temporary Family Law Order
and Restraining Order
[ ]
Use this form for unmarried parents (parentage) cases only. For other cases, use FL Divorce 223, FL Non-Parent
423, or FL Modify 623, depending on the type of case.
To both parties:
Deadline! Your papers must be filed and served by the deadline in your county’s Local Court Rules, or by the State
Court Rules if there is no local rule. Court Rules and forms are online at www.courts.wa.gov.
If you want the court to consider your side, you must:
File your original documents with the Superior Court Clerk; AND
Give the Judge/Commissioner a copy of your papers (if required by your county’s Local Court Rules); AND
Have a copy of your papers served on all other parties or their lawyers; AND
Go to the hearing.
Read your county’s Local Court Rules, if any.
Bring proposed orders to the hearing.
To the person filing this motion:
You must schedule a hearing on this motion. You may use the Notice of Hearing (form FL All Family 185) unless
your county’s Local Court Rules require a different form. Contact the court for scheduling information.
To the person receiving this motion:
If you do not agree with the requests in this motion, file a statement (using form FL All Family 135, Declaration)
explaining why the court should not approve those requests. You may file other written proof supporting your
side, and propose your own Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule, or Child Support Worksheets.
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re parentage / parenting and support:
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
No.
Motion for Temporary Family Law Order
(MTTO)
[ ] and Restraining Order
And Respondent/s (other party/parties):
(MTTMO)
Motion for Temporary Family Law Order
and Restraining Order
[ ]
Use this form for unmarried parents (parentage) cases only. For other cases, use FL Divorce 223, FL Non-Parent
423, or FL Modify 623, depending on the type of case.
To both parties:
Deadline! Your papers must be filed and served by the deadline in your county’s Local Court Rules, or by the State
Court Rules if there is no local rule. Court Rules and forms are online at www.courts.wa.gov.
If you want the court to consider your side, you must:
File your original documents with the Superior Court Clerk; AND
Give the Judge/Commissioner a copy of your papers (if required by your county’s Local Court Rules); AND
Have a copy of your papers served on all other parties or their lawyers; AND
Go to the hearing.
Read your county’s Local Court Rules, if any.
Bring proposed orders to the hearing.
To the person filing this motion:
You must schedule a hearing on this motion. You may use the Notice of Hearing (form FL All Family 185) unless
your county’s Local Court Rules require a different form. Contact the court for scheduling information.
To the person receiving this motion:
If you do not agree with the requests in this motion, file a statement (using form FL All Family 135, Declaration)
explaining why the court should not approve those requests. You may file other written proof supporting your
side, and propose your own Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule, or Child Support Worksheets.
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
p. 1 of 6
1.
My name is:
. I ask the court for
temporary orders approving the requests listed below.
2.
Children
[ ] No request.
[ ] I want these children under 18 listed below to be included in the court’s orders:
Child’s name
Age
Child’s name
Age
1.
4.
2.
5.
3.
6.
3.
Active duty military
(The federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act covers:
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard members on active duty;
National Guard or Reserve members under a call to active service for more than 30 days in a row;
and
commissioned corps of the Public Health Service and NOAA.
The state Service Members’ Civil Relief Act covers those service members listed above who are either
stationed in or residents of Washington state, and their dependents, except for the commissioned corps of the
Public Health Service and NOAA.)
[ ] None of the other parties are covered by the state or federal Servicemembers’ Civil
Relief Acts.
[ ] (Name):
is covered by the [ ] state [ ] federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
[ ] For persons covered only by the state act – Military duty may keep the service
member or dependent from responding or coming to the hearing on this motion. I
ask the court to approve temporary orders even if the covered person asks for a
stay or doesn’t respond. It would be very unfair (a manifest injustice) not to make
temporary orders now because:
4.
Care and safety of children
(check all that apply)
[ ] No request.
[ ] Approve the Parenting Plan (form FL All Family 140) or Residential Schedule (form FL
Parentage 304) proposed by (check one):
me
(name):
.
[ ]
[ ]
[ ] Order (name):
not to take
the children listed in 2 out of Washington State.
[ ] Appoint a person to investigate and report to the court about what is in the children’s
best interest, and order who will pay this person’s fees. This person should be a/n
(check one):
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
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[ ] Guardian ad Litem (GAL) or Evaluator/Investigator as chosen by the court.
[ ] Guardian ad Litem (GAL).
[ ] Evaluator/Investigator.
[ ] (Name):
[ ] A Sexual Assault Allegation form has been filed saying the child was conceived by a
sexual assault. The fact-finding hearing on this allegation has not happened yet.
[ ] No residential time or decision making should be ordered until after the fact-finding
hearing.
[ ] I have a bonded and dependent relationship with the child that is parental in nature.
It is in the child’s best interests to order residential time or decision making now.
[ ] Other:
5.
Provide support
[ ] No request.
[ ] Order child support according to the Washington state child support schedule.
6.
Pay fees and costs
[ ] No request.
[ ] Order (name):
to:
[ ] Pay my lawyer’s fees for this case. Amount: $
Make payments to (name):
[ ] Pay other professional fees and costs for this case. Amount: $
to (name):
for (purpose):
[ ] Based on the Sexual Assault Allegation, award lawyer’s fees consistent with
RCW 26.09.140. RCW 26.26.760(12).
Order (name):
to:
Pay my lawyer’s fees for this case. Amount: $
Make payments to (name):
7.
Restraining Order
[ ] No request.
[ ] The Court already signed a Restraining Order on (date):
in this case.
[ ] I am not asking the court to make any changes to this Restraining Order.
[ ] I ask the Court to remove (terminate) this Restraining Order.
[ ] I ask the Court to change this Restraining Order as follows (specify):
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
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[ ] I ask the Court for a Restraining Order (form FL All Family 150) that orders (name/s):
to obey the restraints and orders checked below. (Check
all that apply; also check the “and Restraining Order” boxes in the form titles on page 1):
[ ] Do not disturb – Do not disturb my peace or the peace of any child listed in 2.
[ ] Stay away – Do not go onto the grounds of or enter my home, workplace or school,
and the daycare or school of any child listed in 2.
[ ] Also, do not knowingly go or stay within
feet of my home, workplace
or school, or the daycare or school of any child listed in 2.
[ ] Do not hurt or threaten
 Do not assault, harass, stalk, or molest me or any child listed in 2; and
 Do not use, try to use, or threaten to use physical force against me or the
children that would reasonably be expected to cause bodily injury.
Warning! If the court makes this order and the parties are intimate partners, 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.
[ ] Intimate Partner: The Restrained Person and the Protected Person are/were
intimate partners because they are (check all that apply):
[ ] current or former spouses or domestic partners, or parents of a child-in-
common.
[ ] age 16 or older and are/were in a dating relationship, and are currently
residing together or resided together in the past.
[ ] age 16 or older and are/were in a dating relationship, but have never
resided together.
[ ] Prohibit weapons and order surrender
 Do not access, possess or obtain any firearms, other dangerous weapons, or
concealed pistol licenses until the Order ends, and
 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:
8.
Other temporary orders
[ ] No request.
[ ] (Specify):
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
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 Reasons for my requests
9.
Why are you asking the court for the orders you checked above? (Explain):
If you need additional space use the Declaration form FL All Family 135.
If you are asking for a parenting plan or residential schedule, also fill out the Information for
Temporary Parenting Plan, form FL All Family 139, and a proposed Parenting Plan, form
FL All Family 140, or Residential Schedule, form FL Parentage 304.
If you are asking for child support, also fill out the Child Support Worksheets and Financial
Declaration, form FL All Family 131, and file the required financial records. If you or
anyone else has ever received public assistance for any child in this case, also fill out the
Public Assistance Declaration, form FL All Family 132.
If you are asking to prohibit weapons or order surrender, give your reasons at the end of
this section.
If you are asking to change an earlier temporary order, give the date of the earlier order
and explain how circumstances have changed since then.
RCW 26.26A.470
Motion for Temporary
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Family Law Order
FL Parentage 323
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