Form FL Parentage331 "Petition for a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule and/or Child Support" - Washington

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Download Form FL Parentage331 "Petition for a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule and/or Child Support" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re parenting and support of:
Children:
No.
Petition for a Parenting Plan, Residential
Petitioner (person who started this case):
Schedule and/or Child Support
(PTPPCS)
And Respondent (other parent):
Petition for a Parenting Plan,
Residential Schedule and/or Child Support
Use this form to ask for a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Child Support Order only if parentage has
already been established by:
 Acknowledgment of Parentage, or
 Court order that decided parentage.
If parentage was established by a court order, use this form only if your proposed plan or schedule would not
change the custodian named in the order establishing parentage.
1.
My name is:
. I ask the court to
approve a
(check all that apply):
[ ] Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule [ ] Child Support Order.
2.
Children
Respondent (name):
, and I are parents of
the following children:
Child’s name
Age
Lives with:
In (county and state):
1.
[ ] Petitioner
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Sched. and/or Child Support
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Superior Court of Washington, County of _______________
In re parenting and support of:
Children:
No.
Petition for a Parenting Plan, Residential
Petitioner (person who started this case):
Schedule and/or Child Support
(PTPPCS)
And Respondent (other parent):
Petition for a Parenting Plan,
Residential Schedule and/or Child Support
Use this form to ask for a Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule or Child Support Order only if parentage has
already been established by:
 Acknowledgment of Parentage, or
 Court order that decided parentage.
If parentage was established by a court order, use this form only if your proposed plan or schedule would not
change the custodian named in the order establishing parentage.
1.
My name is:
. I ask the court to
approve a
(check all that apply):
[ ] Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule [ ] Child Support Order.
2.
Children
Respondent (name):
, and I are parents of
the following children:
Child’s name
Age
Lives with:
In (county and state):
1.
[ ] Petitioner
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
Petition for a Parenting Plan, Res.
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Sched. and/or Child Support
FL Parentage 331
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Child’s name
Age
Lives with:
In (county and state):
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Petitioner
2.
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Petitioner
3.
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Petitioner
4.
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Petitioner
5.
[ ] Respondent
3.
Was parentage established by court order?
(Repeat this section for each child as needed.)
[ ] No. Parentage was established by Acknowledgment of Parentage. (Skip to 4.)
[ ] Yes. A court signed a Final Parentage Order or other order establishing parentage for
(child’s name):
, but the court
did not sign a Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule for that child.
The parentage order was signed in (county/state):
,
in case number:
on (date):
.
 Attach or file a certified copy of the parentage order if it was issued in a different
county or state from where you are filing this Petition.
The parentage order named (parent):
as custodian. My proposed plan or schedule would not change the custodian named
in the parentage order.
 If you want to change the custodian, you must file a Petition to Change a Parenting
Plan, Residential Schedule or Custody Order (form FL Modify 601) instead of this
Petition.
4.
Was parentage established by Acknowledgment of Parentage?
(Repeat this section for each child as needed.)
[ ] No. Parentage was established by court order as described above. (Skip to 5.)
[ ] Yes. The Petitioner and Respondent signed an Acknowledgment of Parentage for
(child’s name):
that was filed with
the appropriate agency of the State of
on (date):
.
 You must file a copy of the Birth Certificate or Acknowledgment of Parentage with
this petition. Use a cover sheet (form FL Parentage 329) to keep it private (sealed).
Was the mother married or in a registered domestic partnership when the child was
born (or within 300 days before)?
[ ] No. (Skip to 5.)
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Sched. and/or Child Support
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[ ] Yes. Her spouse/partner (name)
,
signed a Denial of Parentage that was filed with the appropriate agency of the
State of
on (date)
.
 You must file a copy of the Denial of Parentage with this petition. Use a
cover sheet (form FL Parentage 329) to keep it private (sealed).
5.
Was an Acknowledgment of Parentage filed in Washington State?
(Repeat this section for each child as needed.)
[ ] No. Parentage was established by court order as described above. (Skip to 6.)
[ ] No. Parentage was established by Acknowledgment of Parentage in a different state
than Washington. (Skip to 6.)
[ ] Yes. The Acknowledgment of Parentage for (child’s name):
was filed in Washington State.
a. Effective date – The Acknowledgment of Parentage (and Denial, if any) became
effective (valid) on the date the child was born or the date the Acknowledgment of
Parentage (and Denial, if any) was filed with the Washington State Registrar of
Vital Statistics, whichever was later.
b. Deadline to withdraw – The deadline to withdraw (rescind) the Acknowledgment
of Parentage or Denial has passed because:
[ ] it has been more than 60 days from the effective date.
[ ] it has been less than 60 days from the effective date; but everyone who
signed the Acknowledgment (and Denial, if any) was before the court to
decide an issue about the child on (date)
.
c. Deadline to challenge – (check one):
[ ] The deadline to challenge the Acknowledgment of Parentage or Denial has
passed. It has been more than four years since the effective date.
The deadline to challenge the Acknowledgment of Parentage or Denial has
[ ]
not passed. It has been less than four years since the effective date; but
the Petitioner says:
 The child’s acknowledged father is the father,
 No court has said that another man is the child’s father,
 There are no other open court cases to decide who the child’s father is,
and
 Notice has been given to all other men who claimed to be this child’s
father.
6.
Jurisdiction over parents
Fill out below to say if a Washington state court has personal jurisdiction (authority to make
decisions) over the Respondent (name):
.
Basis for personal jurisdiction (check all that apply):
[ ] Will be served in Washington
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
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[ ] Lives in Washington now
[ ] Lived in Washington with child
[ ] Lived in Washington and paid pregnancy costs or support for child
[ ] Caused child to live in Washington
[ ] Had sex in Washington that may have produced the child
[ ] Signed a Washington Acknowledgment of Parentage
[ ] Had parentage established by a Washington state court order
[ ] Agrees to Washington deciding
[ ] None of the above (no personal jurisdiction)
Warning! If the court does not have personal jurisdiction over the Respondent, it cannot order child support, fees and
costs, or restraining orders.
7.
Children’s Home/s
During the past 5 years have any of the children lived:
on an Indian reservation,
outside Washington state,
in a foreign country, or
with anyone who is not a party to this case?
8.
[ ] No. (Skip to
)
[ ] Yes. (Fill out below to show where each child has lived during the last 5 years.)
In which state,
Indian
Dates
Children
Lived with
reservation, or
foreign country
[ ] All children
[ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent
From:
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] Other (name):
To:
[ ] All children
[ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent
From:
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] Other (name):
To:
[ ] All children
[ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent
From:
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] Other (name):
To:
[ ] All children
[ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent
From:
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] Other (name):
To:
[ ] All children
[ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent
From:
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] Other (name):
To:
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Sched. and/or Child Support
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8.
Other people with a legal right to spend time with a child
Do you know of anyone besides the Petitioner and Respondent who has or claims to have
a legal right to spend time with any of the children?
9.
(Check one): [ ] No. (Skip to
)
[ ] Yes. (Fill out below.)
Name of person
Children this person may have
the right to spend time with
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
9.
Other court cases involving a child
Do you know of any court cases involving any of the children?
10.
(Check one): [ ] No. (Skip to
)
[ ] Yes. (Fill out below.)
Kind of case
County and State
Case number
Children
(Family Law, Criminal, Protection
and year
Order, Juvenile, Dependency, Other)
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
[ ] All children
[ ] (Name/s):
10. Jurisdiction over children (RCW 26.27.201 – .221, .231, .261, .271)
The court can order a Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule for the children because
(check all that apply; if a box applies to all of the children, you may write “the children”
instead of listing names):
[ ] Exclusive, continuing jurisdiction – A Washington court has already made a
custody order or parenting plan for the children, and the court still has authority to
make other orders for (children’s names):
.
[ ] Home state jurisdiction – Washington is the children’s home state because
(check all that apply):
RCW 26.26B.020(7)(b)
Petition for a Parenting Plan, Res.
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Sched. and/or Child Support
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