Form FL Divorce232 "Findings and Conclusions About a Registered Domestic Partnership" - Washington

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Download Form FL Divorce232 "Findings and Conclusions About a Registered Domestic Partnership" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re the domestic partnership of:
Petitioner (person who started this case):
No.
Findings and Conclusions about a
Registered Domestic Partnership
And Respondent (other domestic partner):
(FNFCL)
Findings and Conclusions about
a Registered Domestic Partnership
1.
Basis for findings and conclusions
(check all that apply):
[ ] Partners’ agreement.
[ ] Order on Motion for Default (date):
.
[ ] Court hearing on (date):
, where the following people were
present (check all that apply):
[ ] Petitioner’s lawyer
[ ] Petitioner
[ ] Respondent’s lawyer
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Other (name and relationship to this case):
[ ] Other (name and relationship to this case):
 The Court makes the following findings of fact and conclusions of law:
2.
Notice
(check all that apply):
[ ] The Respondent has appeared in this case, or has responded to or joined the Petition.
[ ] The Respondent was served on (date):
(check all that apply):
[ ] in person.
[ ] by mail.
[ ] by publication.
[ ] waived service by joining the Petition.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
Findings and Conclusions about a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re the domestic partnership of:
Petitioner (person who started this case):
No.
Findings and Conclusions about a
Registered Domestic Partnership
And Respondent (other domestic partner):
(FNFCL)
Findings and Conclusions about
a Registered Domestic Partnership
1.
Basis for findings and conclusions
(check all that apply):
[ ] Partners’ agreement.
[ ] Order on Motion for Default (date):
.
[ ] Court hearing on (date):
, where the following people were
present (check all that apply):
[ ] Petitioner’s lawyer
[ ] Petitioner
[ ] Respondent’s lawyer
[ ] Respondent
[ ] Other (name and relationship to this case):
[ ] Other (name and relationship to this case):
 The Court makes the following findings of fact and conclusions of law:
2.
Notice
(check all that apply):
[ ] The Respondent has appeared in this case, or has responded to or joined the Petition.
[ ] The Respondent was served on (date):
(check all that apply):
[ ] in person.
[ ] by mail.
[ ] by publication.
[ ] waived service by joining the Petition.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
Findings and Conclusions about a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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3.
Jurisdiction over the domestic partnership and the partners
(Check all that apply):
At the time the Petition was filed,
the Petitioner
[ ] lived [ ] did not live in Washington State.
the Respondent
[ ] lived [ ] did not live in Washington State.
[ ] The Petitioner and Respondent lived in this state while they were domestic partners,
and the Petitioner still lives in this state or is stationed here as a member of the armed
forces.
[ ] The Petitioner is a member of the armed forces and has been stationed here for at
least 90 days.
[ ] The Petitioner and Respondent may have conceived a child together in this state.
[ ] Other (specify):
Conclusion:
The court [ ] has [ ] does not have jurisdiction over the domestic
partnership.
The court [ ] has [ ] does not have jurisdiction over the Respondent.
4.
Information about the domestic partnership
The partners registered their domestic partnership with the State of
on (date):
5.
Separation Date
The domestic partnership community ended on (date):
. The
parties stopped acquiring community property and incurring community debt on this date.
6.
Status of the domestic partnership
[ ] End – This domestic partnership is irretrievably broken, and it has been 90 days or
longer since the Petition was filed and the Summons was served or the Respondent
joined the Petition.
[ ] Legal Separation – The (check one or both): [ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent want/s
to be legally separated.
[ ] Invalidity – The (check one or both): [ ] Petitioner [ ] Respondent want/s to
invalidate (annul) this domestic partnership, and the court finds the following facts
about the validity of this domestic partnership:
Conclusion:
The Petition to end, legally separate, or invalidate (annul) the domestic
partnership should be:
[ ] approved.
[ ] denied.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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7.
Separation Contract
[ ] There is no separation contract.
[ ] The partners signed a separation contract on (date):
.
Conclusion:
The parties should (check one):
[ ] be ordered to comply with the terms of the contract.
[ ] not be ordered to comply with the terms of the contract because:
[ ] The contract provides that it shall not be set forth, filed, or made an exhibit to the
order.
8.
Real Property (land or home)
[ ] Neither partner owns any real property.
[ ] The partners’ real property is listed in Exhibit
. This Exhibit is attached and
made part of these Findings.
[ ] The partners’ real property is listed in the separation contract described in 7.
[ ] The partners’ real property is listed below:
Real Property Address
Tax Parcel Number
Community or Separate Property
[ ] community property
[ ] Petitioner’s separate property
[ ] Respondent’s separate property
[ ] community property
[ ] Petitioner’s separate property
[ ] Respondent’s separate property
[ ] community property
[ ] Petitioner’s separate property
[ ] Respondent’s separate property
[ ] The court does not have jurisdiction to divide real property.
[ ] Other (specify):
Conclusion:
The division of real property described in the final order is fair (just and
equitable).
9.
Community Personal Property
(possessions, assets or business interests of any kind)
[ ] There is no community personal property.
[ ] The community personal property has already been divided fairly between the
partners. Each partner should keep any community personal property that s/he now
has or controls.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
Findings and Conclusions about a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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[ ] The partners’ community personal property is listed in Exhibit
. This Exhibit is
attached and made part of these Findings.
[ ] The partners’ community personal property is listed in the separation contract
described in 7.
[ ] The partners’ community personal property is listed below. (Include vehicles, pensions/
retirement, insurance, bank accounts, furniture, businesses, etc. Do not list more than the last four digits
of any account number. For vehicles, list year, make, model and VIN or license plate number.)
1.
5.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
8.
[ ] The court does not have jurisdiction to divide property.
[ ] Other (specify):
Conclusion:
The division of community personal property described in the final order is
fair (just and equitable).
10. Separate Personal Property
(possessions, assets, or business interests of any kind)
[ ] Neither partner has separate personal property.
[ ] The Petitioner has no separate personal property.
[ ] The Respondent has no separate personal property.
[ ] The separate personal property has already been divided fairly between the partners.
Each partner should keep any separate property that s/he now has or controls.
[ ] The Petitioner’s separate personal property is listed in Exhibit
. This Exhibit is
attached and made part of these Findings.
[ ] The Respondent’s separate personal property is listed in Exhibit
. This Exhibit
is attached and made part of these Findings.
[ ] The partners’ separate personal property is listed in the separation contract described
in 7.
[ ] The Petitioner’s separate personal property is listed below. (Include vehicles, pensions/
retirement, insurance, bank accounts, furniture, businesses, etc. Do not list more than the last four digits
of any account number. For vehicles, list year, make, model and VIN or license plate number.)
1.
5.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
8.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
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Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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[ ] The Respondent’s separate personal property is listed below. (Include vehicles, pensions/
retirement, insurance, bank accounts, furniture, businesses, etc. Do not list more than the last four digits
of any account number. For vehicles, list year, make, model and VIN or license plate number.)
1.
5.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
8.
[ ] The court does not have jurisdiction to divide property.
[ ] Other (specify):
Conclusion:
The division of separate personal property described in the final order is fair
(just and equitable).
11. Community Debt
[ ] There is no community debt.
[ ] The community debt has already been divided fairly between the partners.
[ ] The partners’ community debt is listed in Exhibit
. This Exhibit is attached and
made part of these Findings.
[ ] The partners’ community debt is listed in the separation contract described in 7.
[ ] The partners’ community debt is listed below:
Debt Amount
Creditor (person or company owed this debt)
Account Number
(last 4 digits only)
$
$
$
$
[ ] The court does not have jurisdiction to divide debt.
[ ] Other (specify):
Conclusion:
The division of community debt described in the final order is fair (just and
equitable).
12. Separate Debt
[ ] Neither partner has separate debt.
[ ] The Petitioner has no separate debt.
[ ] The Respondent has no separate debt.
[ ] The separate debt has already been divided fairly between the partners.
CR 52; RCW 26.09.030; .070(3)
Findings and Conclusions about a
Mandatory Form (03/2020)
Registered Domestic Partnership
FL Divorce 232
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