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.
Q: What is Form FL-430?
A: Form FL-430 is an Ex Parte Application to Issue, Modify, or Terminate an Earnings Assignment Order in California.
Q: What is an Earnings Assignment Order?
A: An Earnings Assignment Order is a court-ordered assignment of a portion of an individual's earnings to pay for child support or spousal support.
Q: Who can file Form FL-430?
A: Either party in a child support or spousal support case can file Form FL-430.
Q: What can be requested on Form FL-430?
A: On Form FL-430, you can request the issuance, modification, or termination of an Earnings Assignment Order.
Q: Is Form FL-430 specific to California?
A: Yes, Form FL-430 is specific to California.
Q: Is an attorney required to file Form FL-430?
A: No, you can file Form FL-430 without an attorney, but it is recommended to consult with one if you have any legal questions or concerns.
Q: What should I do after completing Form FL-430?
A: After completing Form FL-430, you must file it with the court clerk and serve a copy on the other party.
Q: Is there a filing fee for Form FL-430?
A: There may be a filing fee for Form FL-430, but the amount varies depending on the county. Contact your local courthouse for more information.
Q: Can I modify or terminate an existing Earnings Assignment Order with Form FL-430?
A: Yes, you can use Form FL-430 to modify or terminate an existing Earnings Assignment Order by following the appropriate sections on the form.
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