Form JV-200 "Custody Order-Juvenile-Final Judgment" - California

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JV-200
STATE BAR NO.:
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY:
NAME:
FIRM NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
ATTORNEY FOR (name):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
JUVENILE:
CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
FAMILY (existing, if
one; otherwise, new):
Date of hearing:
Dept.:
Judicial officer (name):
THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS
1.
a.
Jurisdiction. This court has jurisdiction to make child custody orders in this case under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction
and Enforcement Act (Fam. Code, §§ 3400
3465).
b.
Notice and opportunity to be heard. The parties were given notice and an opportunity to be heard as provided by the laws
of the State of California.
c.
Country of habitual residence. The country of habitual residence of the child or children in this case is
the United States
other (specify):
d.
Penalties for violating this order. If you violate this order, you may be subject to civil or criminal penalties or both.
2.
Parents bound by this order.
a.
Name:
Mother
Father
b.
Name:
Mother
Father
c.
Name:
Mother
Father
are the parents of the children listed in item 3.
Parents
are
are not married to each other.
Parents
do
do not reside together.
3.
Custody. Custody of the minor children is ordered as follows:
Legal custody to
Physical custody to
Primary residence with
Child's name
Date of birth
(name):
(name):
(name):
Additional children listed on Attachment 3.
4.
This order reflects a change in the physical custody of the child or children to the custody of a formerly noncustodial parent.
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Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Family Code, § 3020 et seq.; Penal Code, § 136.2;
CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
Judicial Council of California
Welfare & Institutions Code, §§ 302(d), 304, 361.2,
JV-200 [Rev. January 1, 2016]
362.4, 726.5; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.700
www.courts.ca.gov
JV-200
STATE BAR NO.:
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY:
NAME:
FIRM NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
FAX NO.:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
ATTORNEY FOR (name):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
JUVENILE:
CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
FAMILY (existing, if
one; otherwise, new):
Date of hearing:
Dept.:
Judicial officer (name):
THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS
1.
a.
Jurisdiction. This court has jurisdiction to make child custody orders in this case under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction
and Enforcement Act (Fam. Code, §§ 3400
3465).
b.
Notice and opportunity to be heard. The parties were given notice and an opportunity to be heard as provided by the laws
of the State of California.
c.
Country of habitual residence. The country of habitual residence of the child or children in this case is
the United States
other (specify):
d.
Penalties for violating this order. If you violate this order, you may be subject to civil or criminal penalties or both.
2.
Parents bound by this order.
a.
Name:
Mother
Father
b.
Name:
Mother
Father
c.
Name:
Mother
Father
are the parents of the children listed in item 3.
Parents
are
are not married to each other.
Parents
do
do not reside together.
3.
Custody. Custody of the minor children is ordered as follows:
Legal custody to
Physical custody to
Primary residence with
Child's name
Date of birth
(name):
(name):
(name):
Additional children listed on Attachment 3.
4.
This order reflects a change in the physical custody of the child or children to the custody of a formerly noncustodial parent.
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Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Family Code, § 3020 et seq.; Penal Code, § 136.2;
CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
Judicial Council of California
Welfare & Institutions Code, §§ 302(d), 304, 361.2,
JV-200 [Rev. January 1, 2016]
362.4, 726.5; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.700
www.courts.ca.gov
JV-200
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
JUVENILE:
FAMILY:
Visitation (parenting time) of
5.
(name of parent):
This parent may spend time with the children as follows:
All children listed in item 3
The following children (name each):
hour(s),
times per (time period):
a.
As arranged by the parents, but no less than (minimum):
.
b.
As stated on the attached
form
JV-205.
c.
No visitation is ordered for the reasons stated
on the attached
form JV-206
on Attachment 5c.
Visitation (parenting time) of
6.
(name of parent):
This parent may spend time with the children as follows:
All children listed in item 3
The following children (name each):
hour(s),
times per (time period):
As arranged by the parents, but no less than (minimum):
.
a.
b.
As stated on the attached
form
JV-205.
c.
No visitation is ordered for the reasons stated
on the attached
form JV-206
on Attachment 6c.
7.
Child abduction prevention. There is a risk that one parent will take the children out of California without the other parent's
permission. Child Abduction Prevention Order Attachment
(form
FL-341(B)) is attached and must be obeyed.
8.
Change of residence.
Under Family Code section 3024, unless there is prior written agreement to the change, any parent
planning to change the residence of the child(ren) for longer than 30 days must provide notice to the other
parent(s) at least 45 days before the proposed change to the extent feasible to allow time for mediation of a new plan.
Parentage (attach court order). (Name):
9.
was declared or adjudged
biological
presumed
parent of (names of children):
the
by court order (specify county and case number):
other
juvenile court
family court
(specify):
on (date):
Additional parentage determination(s) and order(s) listed on Attachment 9.
10.
Additional physical custody provisions.
The parents will follow the physical custody provisions listed in the schedule
on Attachment 10.
on Visitation (Parenting Time) Order—Juvenile
(form
JV-205).
on Additional Provisions—Physical Custody Attachment
(form
FL-341(D)).
11.
Holiday schedule.
The children will spend holiday time as listed in the schedule
on Attachment 11.
on Children's Holiday Schedule Attachment
(form
FL-341(C)).
12.
Joint legal custody.
The parents will share joint legal custody as listed in the plan
on Attachment 12.
on Joint Legal Custody Attachment
(form
FL-341(E)).
CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
JV-200 [Rev. January 1, 2016]
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JV-200
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
JUVENILE:
FAMILY:
13.
Other findings and orders (including circumstances underlying any limits on custody or visitation at the time of the order):
Continued on the attached
form
JV-206.
Continued on Attachment 13.
NOTICE
The juvenile court has terminated jurisdiction over the children listed in 3.
All requests for modification or termination of these orders must be brought in the family court case in which these orders are filed.
A criminal protective order on
form CR-160
relating to the parties in this case is currently valid and in effect
a.
14.
in case number (specify):
in (specify court, if known):
The order is scheduled to expire on (expiration date):
A Domestic Violence Prevention Act protective order on form DV-110, DV-116, DV-130, or
DV-730
relating to the parties
b.
in this case is currently valid and in effect in case number (specify):
in (specify court, if known):
The order is scheduled to expire on (expiration date):
c.
A restraining order (form JV-250, JV-255, or JV-257) is attached.
Instruction for Law Enforcement
Conflicting Orders—Priorities for Enforcement
.
If more than one restraining order has been issued protecting the protected person from the restrained person, the orders
must be enforced in the following order (see Pen. Code, § 136.2, and Fam. Code, §§ 6383(h)(2), 6405(b).):
1. EPO: If one of the orders is an Emergency Protective Order
(form
EPO-001) and it is more restrictive than other restraining or
protective orders, it has precedence in enforcement over all other orders.
2. No-Contact Order: If there is no EPO, a no-contact order that is included in a restraining or protective order has precedence in
enforcement over any other restraining or protective order.
3. Criminal Order: If none of the orders includes a no-contact order, a domestic violence protective order issued in a criminal case
takes precedence in enforcement over any conflicting civil court order. Any nonconflicting terms of the civil restraining order
remain in effect and enforceable.
4. Family, Juvenile, or Civil Order: If more than one family, juvenile, or other civil restraining or protective order has been issued,
the one that was issued last must be enforced.
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER OF THE JUVENILE COURT
(See reverse for transmittal and filing instructions.)
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CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
JV-200 [Rev. January 1, 2016]
JV-200
CASE NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
JUVENILE:
FAMILY:
15.
The (check one):
clerk of the juvenile court
parent given physical custody
parent's attorney
county counsel
is directed to transmit this order within 10 calendar days to the clerk of the superior court in any county where a proceeding
described in rule 5.700(a)(1) involving the child or children is pending or, if no such case exists, to the clerk of the court in
(specify jurisdiction):
which is (in order of preference):
the county where the parent who holds sole physical custody resides.
the county where the child's or children's primary residence is located (if no parent holds sole physical custody).
a county or location where a parent resides.
other
(name of jurisdiction):
To the clerk of the receiving court:
16.
Immediately on receiving this order, file the order as described in rule 5.475(a)(1) or 5.700(b) in a pending proceeding or a new file.
17.
After filing the order, send an endorsed file-stamped copy of this order showing the case number assigned by your court by first-
class mail to the originating juvenile court and:
a.
The parent in 2a (name and mailing address):
b.
The parent in 2b (name and mailing address):
c.
The parent in 2c (name and mailing address):
d.
Other (name and mailing address):
with a completed clerk’s certificate of mailing (see below).
CLERK’S CERTIFICATE OF MAILING
(To be completed by clerk of receiving court)
I certify that I am not a party to this cause and that an endorsed filed copy of the foregoing order was mailed as follows: Each copy was
enclosed in an envelope with postage fully prepaid. The envelopes were addressed to the originating court and to each person whose
name and address are given in item 17. Each envelope was sealed and deposited with the United States Postal Service
at (place):
on (date):
Date:
Clerk, by
, Deputy
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CUSTODY ORDER—JUVENILE—FINAL JUDGMENT
JV-200 [Rev. January 1, 2016]
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