Form JV-505 "Statement Regarding Parentage (Juvenile)" - California

What Is Form JV-505?

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.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 1, 2008;
  • The latest edition provided by the California Superior Court;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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JV-505
Statement Regarding Parentage
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Child's name: _____________________________________________
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I am not the parent of this child. I do not wish to participate in
end of the form when finished.
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juvenile court proceedings about this child. I understand that:
a. I will receive no further notices of hearings in this matter.
b.
I will not get a chance for custody of this child or court-ordered
visitation with this child.
Fill in court name and street address:
c.
If the child cannot be returned to a custodial parent or guardian,
Superior Court of California, County of
it is possible that all parental rights will be terminated and the
child will be adopted.
d. This denial applies only to the juvenile court proceedings and
does not prevent the local child support agency from seeking to
have another court determine that I am the child’s parent for
Fill in case number if known:
purposes of support of the child. If that occurs, I will have the
Case Number:
right to a court trial, to confront and cross-examine witnesses
and present evidence on my behalf, and to be represented by a
lawyer who may be appointed if I cannot afford to hire one.
I know I can have an attorney for this.
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a.
I want the judge to appoint an attorney for me.
or
I give up my right to an attorney.
b.
consent to
blood or DNA testing to
I do not know if I am the parent of the child and I
request
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determine whether or not I am the biological parent. I understand that:
a. If I am judged to be the parent of the child, I will have to support the child until the child reaches the age of
18 and has completed high school, or completes high school between the ages of 18 and 19, or reaches the
age of 19, whichever comes first.
b. If I do not support the child when I have the money to do so, I may be charged with a crime under Penal
Code section 270 and, if convicted, could be sentenced to pay a fine of up to $2,000 and spend up to one year
in county jail, or one year and a day in state prison.
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I believe I am the child’s parent and request that the court enter a judgment of parentage. I understand that:
a. If I am judged to be the parent of the child, I will have to support the child until the child reaches the age of
18 and has completed high school, or completes high school between the ages of 18 and 19, or reaches the
age of 19, whichever comes first.
b. If I do not support the child when I have the money to do so, I may be charged with a crime under Penal
Code section 270 and, if convicted, could be sentenced to pay a fine of up to $2,000 and spend up to one year
in county jail or one year and a day in state prison.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ON PAGE 4. READ BEFORE SIGNING.
Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov
Statement Regarding Parentage
JV-505,
Page 1 of 4
Revised January 1, 2008, Mandatory Form
(Juvenile)
Family Code, §§ 7540, 7541, 7611, 7611.5, 7612, 8612,
8714, 8714.5, 8902, 8912, 9000
Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
JV-505
Statement Regarding Parentage
To keep other people from
seeing what you entered on
1
Child's name: _____________________________________________
your form, please press the
Clear This Form button at the
I am not the parent of this child. I do not wish to participate in
end of the form when finished.
2
juvenile court proceedings about this child. I understand that:
a. I will receive no further notices of hearings in this matter.
b.
I will not get a chance for custody of this child or court-ordered
visitation with this child.
Fill in court name and street address:
c.
If the child cannot be returned to a custodial parent or guardian,
Superior Court of California, County of
it is possible that all parental rights will be terminated and the
child will be adopted.
d. This denial applies only to the juvenile court proceedings and
does not prevent the local child support agency from seeking to
have another court determine that I am the child’s parent for
Fill in case number if known:
purposes of support of the child. If that occurs, I will have the
Case Number:
right to a court trial, to confront and cross-examine witnesses
and present evidence on my behalf, and to be represented by a
lawyer who may be appointed if I cannot afford to hire one.
I know I can have an attorney for this.
3
a.
I want the judge to appoint an attorney for me.
or
I give up my right to an attorney.
b.
consent to
blood or DNA testing to
I do not know if I am the parent of the child and I
request
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determine whether or not I am the biological parent. I understand that:
a. If I am judged to be the parent of the child, I will have to support the child until the child reaches the age of
18 and has completed high school, or completes high school between the ages of 18 and 19, or reaches the
age of 19, whichever comes first.
b. If I do not support the child when I have the money to do so, I may be charged with a crime under Penal
Code section 270 and, if convicted, could be sentenced to pay a fine of up to $2,000 and spend up to one year
in county jail, or one year and a day in state prison.
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I believe I am the child’s parent and request that the court enter a judgment of parentage. I understand that:
a. If I am judged to be the parent of the child, I will have to support the child until the child reaches the age of
18 and has completed high school, or completes high school between the ages of 18 and 19, or reaches the
age of 19, whichever comes first.
b. If I do not support the child when I have the money to do so, I may be charged with a crime under Penal
Code section 270 and, if convicted, could be sentenced to pay a fine of up to $2,000 and spend up to one year
in county jail or one year and a day in state prison.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ON PAGE 4. READ BEFORE SIGNING.
Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov
Statement Regarding Parentage
JV-505,
Page 1 of 4
Revised January 1, 2008, Mandatory Form
(Juvenile)
Family Code, §§ 7540, 7541, 7611, 7611.5, 7612, 8612,
8714, 8714.5, 8902, 8912, 9000
Case Number:
Your name:
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I have already established parentage of the child by (if known):
a.
A voluntary declaration signed by me on (date):
A copy is attached.
in (county):
A court judgment of parentage on (date):
b.
A copy is attached.
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I am married to the child's parent. Date of marriage: _____________________
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I believe I am the parent of the child and request that the court find that I am the presumed parent of the child.
a.
The child lived with me from
to
and from
to
.
b.
I have told the following people that the child is mine:
Check here if you need more space. Attach a sheet of paper and write “JV-505, Item 8b—People I
Have Told the Child Is Mine” at the top. Number of pages attached: ____
c.
I have participated in the following activities with the child (for example, school, daycare, sports):
Check here if you need more space. Attach a sheet of paper and write “JV-505, Item 8c—Child’s
Activities” at the top. Number of pages attached: ____
JV-505,
Revised January 1, 2008
Statement Regarding Parentage
Page 2 of 4
(Juvenile)
Case Number:
Your name:
I have given the following money or things to the child:
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d.
Check here if you need more space. Attach a sheet of paper and write “JV-505, Item 8d—Things
Given to Child” at the top. Number of pages attached: ____
The child has spent the following time with my family:
e.
Check here if you need more space. Attach a sheet of paper and write “JV-505, Item 8e—Other
Information” at the top. Number of pages attached: ____
f.
Other information I want the court to know is:
Check here if you need more space. Attach a sheet of paper and write “JV-505, Item 8f—Other
Information” at the top. Number of pages attached: ____
Date:
Type or print your name
Sign your name
Date:
Type or print your attorney’s name
Signature of your attorney
JV-505,
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Revised January 1, 2008
Statement Regarding Parentage
(Juvenile)
Case Number:
Your name:
To the alleged parent of the child:
As the child’s alleged parent, you will not get services to help you get your child back. You
will not automatically get the child to live with you or your relatives.
If the judge finds that you are the child’s parent, the judge may order services to help you get the child
back, but does not have to order services for you.
If you say that you are not the child’s parent and will not take a test to find out if you are the parent, and do
not want services to help you get the child back, you can fill out this form and not be a part of this case.
You can have a trial and ask the judge to decide if you are the child’s parent. You can pay a lawyer to be at
the trial. If you cannot afford a lawyer, the judge may appoint one for you for free. At a trial, you can ask
witnesses questions and give evidence to the judge.
If you want the court to decide if you are the child’s parent, fill out this form.
JV-505,
Revised January 1, 2008
Statement Regarding Parentage
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(Juvenile)
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