Form FL-910 "Request of Minor to Marry or Establish a Domestic Partnership" - California

What Is Form FL-910?

This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on January 1, 2020;
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Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
Request of Minor to Marry
FL-910
or Establish a Domestic Partnership
Minor Requesting Court Order
1
Name:
Date of birth:
Gender (Optional):
Male
Female
Nonbinary
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Telephone number:
2
Minor's Proposed Spouse or Domestic Partner
Fill in court name and street address:
Superior Court of California, County of
Name:
Date of birth:
Gender (Optional):
Male
Female
Nonbinary
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Telephone number:
Court fills in case number when form is filed:
Your Lawyer's Information (if you have a lawyer):
3
Case Number:
Name:
State Bar No.:
Firm Name:
Address:
Telephone number:
E-mail Address:
Request
4
We request that the court grant us permission to
marry
establish a domestic partnership.
Minor's Age and Education
5
a.
Is the person in
17 years of age?
Yes
No
1
b.
Does the person in
have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate?
1
Yes
No
c.
Is the person in
a minor?
Yes
No
Is the person in
17 years of age?
Yes
No
2
2
d.
Does the person in
2
have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate?
Yes
No
6
Written Consent
Unless the minor has no parent or guardian with the legal authority to consent (or capable of consenting), each
person under 18 years of age must file with the request the written consent of a parent with legal authority or a legal
guardian for the minor to marry or establish a domestic partnership. Form FL-912 may be used for this purpose.
Person in
1
(Check all that apply and specify name of the parent with legal authority or legal guardian):
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
a.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
b.
c.
Parent with legal authority
(specify name):
Legal guardian
d.
I am a minor, but have no parent, parent capable of consenting, or legal guardian.
Person in
2
(Check all that apply and specify name of the parent with legal authority or legal guardian):
a.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
b.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
c.
Parent with legal authority
(specify name):
Legal guardian
d.
a minor, but have no parent, parent capable of consenting, or legal guardian.
I am
not a minor
Request of Minor to Marry or
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
FL-910,
Page 1 of 2
Revised January 1, 2020, Mandatory Form
Establish a Domestic Partnership
Family Code, §§ 297, 297.1, 302–304
Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
Request of Minor to Marry
FL-910
or Establish a Domestic Partnership
Minor Requesting Court Order
1
Name:
Date of birth:
Gender (Optional):
Male
Female
Nonbinary
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Telephone number:
2
Minor's Proposed Spouse or Domestic Partner
Fill in court name and street address:
Superior Court of California, County of
Name:
Date of birth:
Gender (Optional):
Male
Female
Nonbinary
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Telephone number:
Court fills in case number when form is filed:
Your Lawyer's Information (if you have a lawyer):
3
Case Number:
Name:
State Bar No.:
Firm Name:
Address:
Telephone number:
E-mail Address:
Request
4
We request that the court grant us permission to
marry
establish a domestic partnership.
Minor's Age and Education
5
a.
Is the person in
17 years of age?
Yes
No
1
b.
Does the person in
have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate?
1
Yes
No
c.
Is the person in
a minor?
Yes
No
Is the person in
17 years of age?
Yes
No
2
2
d.
Does the person in
2
have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate?
Yes
No
6
Written Consent
Unless the minor has no parent or guardian with the legal authority to consent (or capable of consenting), each
person under 18 years of age must file with the request the written consent of a parent with legal authority or a legal
guardian for the minor to marry or establish a domestic partnership. Form FL-912 may be used for this purpose.
Person in
1
(Check all that apply and specify name of the parent with legal authority or legal guardian):
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
a.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
b.
c.
Parent with legal authority
(specify name):
Legal guardian
d.
I am a minor, but have no parent, parent capable of consenting, or legal guardian.
Person in
2
(Check all that apply and specify name of the parent with legal authority or legal guardian):
a.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
b.
Parent with legal authority
Legal guardian
(specify name):
c.
Parent with legal authority
(specify name):
Legal guardian
d.
a minor, but have no parent, parent capable of consenting, or legal guardian.
I am
not a minor
Request of Minor to Marry or
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
FL-910,
Page 1 of 2
Revised January 1, 2020, Mandatory Form
Establish a Domestic Partnership
Family Code, §§ 297, 297.1, 302–304
Case Number:
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and
7
correct.
Date:
Person in
1
signs here
Date:
Person in
2
signs here
When you file this request, the court must determine
3.
Order for counseling
whether to grant permission for you to marry or establish
If the court considers it necessary, and the court
a domestic partnership.
determines that the parties can afford it, the law
allows the judge to require the parties to participate
1.
Unless the minor is 17 years of age and has achieved a
in counseling before obtaining a marriage license or
high school diploma or high school equivalency
establishing a domestic partnership. As to this order:
certificate, the law requires that all of the following
be completed before the court can make a decision in
The counseling must relate to the social,
a.
your case:
economic, and personal responsibilities incident
to marriage or domestic partnership.
a.
Family Court Services must:
b.
The court must consider, among other factors,
(1)
Interview the parties separately.
the ability of the parties to pay for counseling
Interview at least one of the parents or the
(2)
before ordering the parties to attend counseling.
guardians of each party who is a minor if the
The court cannot order the parties to participate
c.
minor has a parent or guardian who has legal
in counseling that is provided by religious
authority to consent to the minor's intended
organizations of any denomination.
marriage or domestic partnership.
The court may require the parties to pay a
d.
If the minor has more than one parent or
reasonable fee to cover the cost of any
guardian with legal authority, Family Court
counseling provided by the county or the court.
Services must interview them separately.
4.
Data collection
(3)
Prepare a written report based on the
information collected from the interviews
Gender: Parties are not required to specify their
and give it to the court.
gender on form FL-910. If the parties volunteer this
information, the court must include it in the order.
b.
The judge must:
Age: The parties must specify their ages on form
(1)
Review the report and recommendations
FL-910. By law, the court order must include this
written by Family Court Services;
information in the order.
(2)
Interview each of the parties separately and
The judge does not use the age and gender
privately; and
information in form FL-910 to decide whether to
grant the request.
(3)
Make an order on the request to marry or
establish a domestic partnership.
The parties’ ages are reported to the State Registrar
or the Secretary of State to allow them to document
Court order
2.
and update each year the number of recorded
The court will make an order on the party's request
marriages and domestic partnerships in which one or
using Order and Notices to Minor on Request to
both of the parties were minors at the time the
Marry or Establish a Domestic Partnership
(form
parties married or registered the domestic
FL-915). Important notices are included with the
partnership.
order. You may want to review the notices before
you file the request.
Request of Minor to Marry or
Revised January 1, 2020
FL-910,
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Establish a Domestic Partnership
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