Form FL All Family130 "Child Support Order" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re:
No.
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
Child Support Order
[ ] Temporary (TMORS)
[ ] Final (ORS)
And Respondent/s (other party/parties):
Clerk’s action required: WSSR, 1
Child Support Order
1.
Money Judgment Summary
[ ] No money judgment is ordered.
22
[ ] 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)
Past due child support
$
$
from
to
Past due medical support
$
$
from
to
Past due children’s exp.
$
$
from
to
Other amounts (describe):
$
$
Yearly Interest Rate for child support, medical support, and children’s expenses: 12%.
For other judgments: ______% (12% unless otherwise listed)
Lawyer (name):
Represents (name):
Lawyer (name):
Represents (name):
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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Superior Court of Washington, County of
In re:
No.
Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case):
Child Support Order
[ ] Temporary (TMORS)
[ ] Final (ORS)
And Respondent/s (other party/parties):
Clerk’s action required: WSSR, 1
Child Support Order
1.
Money Judgment Summary
[ ] No money judgment is ordered.
22
[ ] 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)
Past due child support
$
$
from
to
Past due medical support
$
$
from
to
Past due children’s exp.
$
$
from
to
Other amounts (describe):
$
$
Yearly Interest Rate for child support, medical support, and children’s expenses: 12%.
For other judgments: ______% (12% unless otherwise listed)
Lawyer (name):
Represents (name):
Lawyer (name):
Represents (name):
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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 Findings and Orders
2.
The court orders child support as part of this family law case. This is a (check one):
[ ] temporary order. [ ] final order.
3.
The Child Support Schedule Worksheets attached or filed separately are approved by the
court and made part of this Order.
4.
Parents’ contact and employment information
Each parent must fill out and file with the court a Confidential Information form (FL All
Family 001) including personal identifying information, mailing address, home address, and
employer contact information.
Important! If you move or get a new job any time while support is still owed, you must:
Notify the Support Registry, and
Fill out and file an updated Confidential Information form with the court.
Warning! Any notice of a child support action delivered to the last address you provided
on the Confidential Information form will be considered adequate notice, if the party trying
to serve you has shown diligent efforts to locate you.
5.
Parents’ Income
Parent (name):
Parent (name):
Net monthly income $
.
Net monthly income $
.
(line 3 of the Worksheets)
(line 3 of the Worksheets)
This income is (check one):
This income is (check one):
6
6
[ ] imputed to this parent. (Skip to
.)
[ ] imputed to this parent. (Skip to
.)
[ ] this parent’s actual income (after any exclusions
[ ] this parent’s actual income (after any exclusions
approved below).
approved below).
Does this parent have income from overtime or a
Does this parent have income from overtime or a
2nd job?
2nd job?
6
6
[ ] No. (Skip to
.)
[ ] No. (Skip to
.)
[ ] Yes. (Fill out below.)
[ ] Yes. (Fill out below.)
Should this income be excluded? (check one):
Should this income be excluded? (check one):
No. The court has included this income in this
No. The court has included this income in this
[ ]
[ ]
parent’s gross monthly income on line 1 of the
parent’s gross monthly income on line 1 of the
Worksheets.
Worksheets.
Yes. This income should be excluded because:
Yes. This income should be excluded because:
[ ]
[ ]
 This parent worked over 40 hours per week
 This parent worked over 40 hours per week
averaged over 12 months, and
averaged over 12 months, and
 That income was earned to pay for
 That income was earned to pay for
current family needs
debts from a past
current family needs
debts from a past
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
relationship
child support debt, and
relationship
child support debt, and
[ ]
[ ]
 This parent will stop earning this extra
 This parent will stop earning this extra
income after paying these debts.
income after paying these debts.
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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Parent (name):
Parent (name):
The court has excluded $
The court has excluded $
from this parent’s gross monthly income on line
from this parent’s gross monthly income on line
1 of the Worksheets.
1 of the Worksheets.
[ ] Other Findings:
[ ] Other Findings:
6.
Imputed Income
To calculate child support, the court may impute income to a parent:
whose income is unknown, or
who the court finds is unemployed or under-employed by choice.
Imputed income is not actual income. It is an assigned amount the court finds a parent
could or should be earning. (RCW 26.19.071(6))
Parent (name):
Parent (name):
[ ] Does not apply. This parent’s actual income is
[ ] Does not apply. This parent’s actual income is
7
7
used. (Skip to
.)
used. (Skip to
.)
[ ] This parent’s monthly net income is imputed
[ ] This parent’s monthly net income is imputed
because (check one):
because (check one):
[ ] this parent’s income is unknown.
[ ] this parent’s income is unknown.
[ ] this parent is voluntarily unemployed.
[ ] this parent is voluntarily unemployed.
[ ] this parent is voluntarily under-employed.
[ ] this parent is voluntarily under-employed.
[ ] this parent works full-time but is purposely
[ ] this parent works full-time but is purposely
under-employed to reduce child support.
under-employed to reduce child support.
[ ] this parent is currently enrolled in high school
[ ] this parent is currently enrolled in high school
full-time and is voluntarily unemployed or
full-time and is voluntarily unemployed or
under-employed.
under-employed.
The imputed amount is based on the information
The imputed amount is based on the information
below: (Options are listed in order of required
below: (Options are listed in order of required
priority. The Court used the first option possible
priority. The Court used the first option possible
based on the information it had unless a
based on the information it had unless a
presumed option was rebutted.)
presumed option was rebutted.)
[ ] Pay for 20 hours per week at minimum wage
[ ] Pay for 20 hours per week at minimum wage
where this parent lives because this
where this parent lives because this
parent is enrolled in high school full-time
parent is enrolled in high school full-time
and is voluntarily unemployed or under-
and is voluntarily unemployed or under-
employed.
employed.
[ ] Full-time pay at current pay rate.
[ ] Full-time pay at current pay rate.
[ ] Full-time pay based on reliable information
[ ] Full-time pay based on reliable information
about past earnings.
about past earnings.
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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Parent (name):
Parent (name):
[ ] Full-time pay based on incomplete or
[ ] Full-time pay based on incomplete or
irregular information about past earnings.
irregular information about past earnings.
[ ] Pay for 32 hours per week at minimum wage
[ ] Pay for 32 hours per week at minimum wage
where this parent lives because this parent:
where this parent lives because this parent:
[ ] recently graduated from high school.
[ ] recently graduated from high school.
[ ] is on TANF now, or recently came off
[ ] is on TANF now, or recently came off
TANF, public assistance, SSI, or
TANF, public assistance, SSI, or
disability.
disability.
[ ] was recently incarcerated.
[ ] was recently incarcerated.
[ ] Full-time pay at minimum wage where the
[ ] Full-time pay at minimum wage where the
parent lives because this parent (check all
parent lives because this parent (check all
that apply):
that apply):
[ ] recently worked at minimum wage jobs.
[ ] recently worked at minimum wage jobs.
[ ] has never been employed.
[ ] has never been employed.
[ ] does not have information about past
[ ] does not have information about past
earnings.
earnings.
[ ] Table of Median Net Monthly Income.
[ ] Table of Median Net Monthly Income.
[ ] Other (specify):
[ ] Other (specify):
7.
Limits affecting the monthly child support amount
[ ] Does not apply. The monthly amount was not affected by the upper or lower limits in
RCW 26.19.065.
[ ] The monthly amount has been affected by (check all that apply):
[ ] Low-income limits. The self-support reserve and presumptive minimum payment
have been calculated in the Worksheets, lines 8.a. - c.
[ ] The 45% net income limit. The court finds that the paying parent’s child support
obligations for his/her biological and legal children are more than 45% of his/her
net income (Worksheets, line 18). Based on the children’s best interests and the
parents’ circumstances, it is (check one):
fair.
not fair to apply the 45%
[ ]
[ ]
limit. (Describe both parents’ situations):
[ ] Combined Monthly Net Income over $12,000. Together, the parents earn more
than $12,000 per month (Worksheets line 4). The child support amount (check one):
[ ] is the presumptive amount from the economic table.
[ ] is more than the presumptive amount from the economic table because (specify):
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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8.
Standard Calculation
Parent Name
Standard calculation
Worksheets line 17
$
$
[ ] Check here if there is a Residential Split – (each parent has at least one of the
children from this relationship living with him/her most of the time.)
These children (names and ages):
These children (names and ages):
Live with (parent’s name):
Live with (parent’s name):
The standard calculation for the parent paying support is $
____________.
This is from (check one):
[ ] The Attachment for Residential Split Adjustment (Arvey calculation), line G (form
WSCSS–Attachment for RSA). This Attachment to the Child Support Schedule
Worksheets is approved by the court and made part of this Order.
[ ] Other calculation (specify method and attach Worksheet/s):
9.
Deviation from standard calculation
Should the monthly child support amount be different from the standard calculation?
[ ] No – The monthly child support amount ordered in section 10 is the same as the
standard calculation listed in section 8 because (check one):
10
[ ] No one asked for a deviation from the standard calculation. (Skip to
.)
[ ] There is no good reason to approve the deviation requested by (name/s):
The facts supporting this decision are (check all that apply):
[ ] detailed in the Worksheets, Part VIII, lines 20 through 26.
[ ] the parent asking for a deviation:
[ ] has a new spouse or domestic partner with income of $
.
[ ] lives in a household where other adults have income of $
.
job that was excluded in section 5
nd
[ ] has income from overtime or a 2
above.
[ ] other (specify):
[ ] Yes – The monthly child support amount ordered in section 10 is different from the
standard calculation listed in section 8 because (check all that apply):
RCW 26.09.135, 26.10.050,
Child Support Order
26.26B.030
Mandatory Form (06/2020)
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