Form FL Non-Parent424 "Temporary Non-parent Custody Order" - Washington

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Download Form FL Non-Parent424 "Temporary Non-parent Custody Order" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re custody of:
Children:
No.
Temporary Non-Parent Custody Order
(TCO / TNPO)
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
: 1, 9, 10
[ ] Clerk’s action required
Respondents (parents and any guardian or custodian):
Temporary Non-Parent Custody Order
Use this form in non-parent custody cases only. For other cases, use FL Divorce 224, FL Parentage 324, or FL
Modify 624, depending on the type of case.
1.
Money Judgment Summary
[ ] No money judgment is ordered.
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[ ] Summarize any money judgments from section
in the table below.
Judgment for
Debtor’s name
Creditor’s name
Amount
Interest
(person who must
(person who must
pay money)
be paid)
Lawyer’s fees
$
$
Other fees and costs
$
$
Other amounts (describe):
$
$
Yearly Interest Rate: _____% (12% unless otherwise listed)
Lawyer (name):
represents (name):
Lawyer (name):
represents (name):
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Custody Order
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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re custody of:
Children:
No.
Temporary Non-Parent Custody Order
(TCO / TNPO)
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
: 1, 9, 10
[ ] Clerk’s action required
Respondents (parents and any guardian or custodian):
Temporary Non-Parent Custody Order
Use this form in non-parent custody cases only. For other cases, use FL Divorce 224, FL Parentage 324, or FL
Modify 624, depending on the type of case.
1.
Money Judgment Summary
[ ] No money judgment is ordered.
8
[ ] Summarize any money judgments from section
in the table below.
Judgment for
Debtor’s name
Creditor’s name
Amount
Interest
(person who must
(person who must
pay money)
be paid)
Lawyer’s fees
$
$
Other fees and costs
$
$
Other amounts (describe):
$
$
Yearly Interest Rate: _____% (12% unless otherwise listed)
Lawyer (name):
represents (name):
Lawyer (name):
represents (name):
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
Temporary Non-Parent
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Custody Order
FL Non-Parent 424
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2.
Basis for order
The (check one): [ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent (name):
made a Motion for Temporary Non-Parent Custody Order (form FL Non-Parent 423) or a
Motion for Immediate Restraining Order – Non-Parent Custody (form FL Non-Parent 421)
and the court finds there is reason to approve this order.
[ ] Specific findings:
3.
Adequate Cause Decision
[ ] No Adequate Cause Decision
The court has not made a decision about adequate
cause. The motion for temporary non-parent custody order must be denied.
Petitioner/s must file a Motion for Adequate Cause Decision (form FL Non-Parent 416)
and schedule a hearing before a court can approve temporary custody orders.
[ ] Adequate Cause Decided
The court approved an Order on Adequate Cause for
Non-Parent Custody (form FL Non-Parent 417) on (date):
.
[ ] Other:
4.
Indian Children
(An Indian child is a child who is a member of an Indian tribe, or who is the biological child of an Indian tribe
member and eligible for membership. Indian Child Welfare Act, 25 USC 1903.)
[ ] None of the children are Indian children. The state and federal Indian Child Welfare
Acts do not apply to this case.
[ ] These children are or may be Indian children (name/s):
The federal and state Indian Child Welfare Acts apply to this case.
Jurisdiction – The court [ ] has [ ] does not have jurisdiction over the Indian
children.
Notice to tribes – The Petitioner (check one):
[ ] provided the Indian Child Welfare Act Notice (form FL Non-Parent 402) and a copy
of the Petition to all of the tribes, people, and agencies entitled to notice.
[ ] did not provide the Indian Child Welfare Act Notice and a copy of the Petition to all
of the tribes, people, and agencies entitled to notice.
Order – Petitioners must provide the Indian Child Welfare Act Notice (form
FL Non-Parent 402) and a copy of the Petition to the:
[ ] children’s tribes or possible tribes
[ ] Indian custodian
[ ] children’s parents
[ ] Bureau of Indian Affairs
[ ] The court does not have enough information to decide whether any of the children are
Indian children.
Order – Petitioners must make a good faith effort to find out if any of the children are
Indian children and provide the Indian Child Welfare Act Notice (form FL Non-Parent
402) and a copy of the Petition to all of the tribes, people or agencies entitled to notice.
Good faith efforts are defined in RCW 13.38.050.
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
Temporary Non-Parent
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Custody Order
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5.
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 parties are covered by the state or federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act,
OR no party covered by the Acts has asked for a stay.
[ ] One or more of the parties is covered by the state or federal Servicemembers Civil
Relief Acts and has not appeared in this case, or has asked for a stay. (Check one):
[ ] The court signed the Order re Service Members Civil Relief Act (form FL All Family
170) filed separately.
[ ] The court’s order about the service member’s rights is in section 10 below.
[ ] Other Findings:
 The Court Orders
[ ] No temporary orders can be approved because adequate cause has not yet been
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decided. (Skip sections
.)
6 – 10
[ ] Temporary orders below. (Complete sections
.)
6.
Care and safety of children
[ ] No request made.
[ ] Request denied.
[ ] (Name/s)
is/are granted temporary
custody of these children:
Child’s Name
Age
Child’s Name
Age
1.
4.
2.
5.
3.
6.
[ ] The temporary Residential Schedule is signed by the court and filed separately.
[ ] (Name/s):
must not take
the children out of Washington state.
[ ] The court will appoint the person below to investigate and report on issues affecting the
children (check one):
[ ] Guardian ad Litem (GAL). The court signed the Order Appointing Guardian ad Litem
for a Child (form FL All Family 146) filed separately.
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
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[ ] Evaluator/Investigator. The court signed the Order Appointing Parenting
Evaluator/Investigator (form FL All Family 148) filed separately.
[ ] Other:
Important! Attach Summary of the Law about Moving with Children (form FL Relocate 736) if residential
time is included in this order instead of a temporary Residential Schedule.
7.
Lawyer for Children
[ ] No request made.
[ ] Request denied.
[ ] The court appoints (lawyer’s name) _____________
to
represent the interests of a minor or dependent child with respect to custody, support,
and visitation.
The lawyer fees will be paid as follows (check one):
[ ]
% paid by Petitioner/s
% paid by Respondent (name)
% paid by Respondent (name)
paid by the County at public expense. However, if the parties’
[ ]
% or $
financial circumstances change, the court may order the parties to pay the fees
according to their ability to pay.
[ ] Other:
8.
Support, insurance and taxes
[ ] No request made.
[ ] Request denied.
[ ] The court signed the temporary Child Support Order and Worksheets filed separately.
[ ] The parents must pay for health insurance, uninsured medical, day care, or other
necessary expenses (check one):
[ ] as listed on the Child Support Order signed by the court and filed separately.
[ ] as follows (specify):
[ ] (Name/s):
may claim
the children as dependents on tax forms.
[ ] Other:
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
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9.
Fees and costs
[ ] No request made.
[ ] Request denied.
[ ] Request reserved.
[ ] (Name):
must:
[ ] Pay the other party’s lawyer fees. Amount: $
Make payments to (name):
by (date):
[ ] Pay other fees and costs. Amount: $
Make payments to (name):
by (date):
for:
Money Judgment (check one):
[ ] The amount/s listed above must be paid, but the court is not entering a money
judgment at this time.
[ ] The amount/s listed above shall be entered as a money judgment. (Summarize
1
the money judgment in section
above). The interest rate is 12% unless another
amount is listed here. [ ] The interest rate is
% because (explain):
[ ] Other:
10. Restraining order
[ ] No request made.
[ ] Request denied.
[ ] The court signed the temporary Restraining Order (form FL All Family 150) filed
separately in this case number. (Check one):
[ ] No bond or security is required.
[ ] (Name):
must file a bond or post security.
Amount: $
by (date):
[ ] Any earlier Restraining Order that restrains (name)
signed by the court in this case number is terminated.
(If you check this box, also check the “Clerk’s action required” box on page 1.)
Name of law enforcement agency where the Protected Person lived when the
Restraining Order was issued:
Clerk’s Action. The court clerk must provide a copy of this Temporary Family Law
Order to the agency listed above within one court day. The law enforcement agency
must remove the earlier Restraining Order from the state’s database as described
above.
RCW 26.10.070, 110, .115, .200
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Custody Order
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