Form JD-FM-262 "Motion for Telephonic Hearing - Family Support Magistrate Matters" - Connecticut

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MOTION FOR TELEPHONIC HEARING -
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
FAMILY SUPPORT MAGISTRATE MATTERS
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-FM-262 New 4-18
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 46b-342
P.B. § 25a-4
Instructions to person filling out this form
Complete the Motion and Certification Sections of this form and file it with the clerk of the court.
COURT USE ONLY
Instructions to Clerk
TELEFSM
If this is a Family Support Magistrate (non-UIFSA) matter, provide a copy of the signed order to
Support Enforcement Services (SES).
*TELEFSM*
Instructions to SES
Mail a copy of the signed order to all parties and/or attorneys of record.
Case name
Docket number
Court address
Name of Family Support Magistrate (if known)
Title IV-D Agency/Cooperating Agency name
Juris number
Agency address
Agency telephone
Type of proceeding (i.e., hearing on motion to modify)
Date of scheduled proceeding (if already scheduled)
Name of individual asking to give testimony by telephone
Motion to allow testimony by telephone or other audio electronic means
The party listed above would like to testify in the proceeding listed above by telephone or other audio electronic means
because: (“X” one of the following)
This is a case under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA), and the individual asking to give testimony by
telephone listed above lives outside of Connecticut. Section 46b-342(f) of the Connecticut General Statutes requires
the court to allow a party or witness in a UIFSA case who lives outside of Connecticut to be deposed or to give
testimony under penalty of perjury by telephone, audiovisual means or other electronic means.
This case is a Family Support Magistrate matter and is not a case under UIFSA. The individual asking to give
testimony by telephone listed above:
Does not live in Connecticut, and cannot appear (come to court) (Explain below)
Has another reason he or she cannot appear (come to court) in person (Explain below)
Signature
Date
Print or type name
Title (if applicable)
Address (Number, street, city, and zip code)
Phone number
Certification
I certify that a copy of this document was or will immediately be mailed or delivered electronically or non-electronically on
(date)
to all attorneys and self-represented parties of record and that written consent for electronic delivery was
received from all attorneys and self-represented parties of record who received or will immediately be receiving electronic delivery.
Name and address of each party and attorney that copy was or will be mailed or delivered to*
*If necessary, attach additional sheet or sheets with name and address which the copy was or will be mailed or delivered to.
Signed (Signature of SEO/Self-Represented party/Attorney)
Print or type name
Date signed
u
Mailing address (Number, street, town, state and zip code)
Telephone number
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MOTION FOR TELEPHONIC HEARING -
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
FAMILY SUPPORT MAGISTRATE MATTERS
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-FM-262 New 4-18
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 46b-342
P.B. § 25a-4
Instructions to person filling out this form
Complete the Motion and Certification Sections of this form and file it with the clerk of the court.
COURT USE ONLY
Instructions to Clerk
TELEFSM
If this is a Family Support Magistrate (non-UIFSA) matter, provide a copy of the signed order to
Support Enforcement Services (SES).
*TELEFSM*
Instructions to SES
Mail a copy of the signed order to all parties and/or attorneys of record.
Case name
Docket number
Court address
Name of Family Support Magistrate (if known)
Title IV-D Agency/Cooperating Agency name
Juris number
Agency address
Agency telephone
Type of proceeding (i.e., hearing on motion to modify)
Date of scheduled proceeding (if already scheduled)
Name of individual asking to give testimony by telephone
Motion to allow testimony by telephone or other audio electronic means
The party listed above would like to testify in the proceeding listed above by telephone or other audio electronic means
because: (“X” one of the following)
This is a case under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA), and the individual asking to give testimony by
telephone listed above lives outside of Connecticut. Section 46b-342(f) of the Connecticut General Statutes requires
the court to allow a party or witness in a UIFSA case who lives outside of Connecticut to be deposed or to give
testimony under penalty of perjury by telephone, audiovisual means or other electronic means.
This case is a Family Support Magistrate matter and is not a case under UIFSA. The individual asking to give
testimony by telephone listed above:
Does not live in Connecticut, and cannot appear (come to court) (Explain below)
Has another reason he or she cannot appear (come to court) in person (Explain below)
Signature
Date
Print or type name
Title (if applicable)
Address (Number, street, city, and zip code)
Phone number
Certification
I certify that a copy of this document was or will immediately be mailed or delivered electronically or non-electronically on
(date)
to all attorneys and self-represented parties of record and that written consent for electronic delivery was
received from all attorneys and self-represented parties of record who received or will immediately be receiving electronic delivery.
Name and address of each party and attorney that copy was or will be mailed or delivered to*
*If necessary, attach additional sheet or sheets with name and address which the copy was or will be mailed or delivered to.
Signed (Signature of SEO/Self-Represented party/Attorney)
Print or type name
Date signed
u
Mailing address (Number, street, town, state and zip code)
Telephone number
Print Form
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Order
The motion to allow testimony by telephone or other audio electronic means is:
Denied
Granted, and the court further orders that:
• The hearing date is scheduled for (date) ______________, at (time) _________, and (location)
____________________________________________________________________________________________.
• Both parties must give notarized or acknowledged financial affidavits to the Support Enforcement Services (SES)
office located at _____________________________________________________________________________
ten (10) days before the hearing date.
• Both parties must give any documents and materials that they plan to offer as evidence (exhibits) to the SES office
listed above at least ten (10) days before the hearing. The court may not allow you to use any exhibits at the
hearing that are sent to the SES office late, or that are not sent to the SES office at all.
• The SES office will mail or fax a copy of all exhibits that the parties submit to the other party immediately upon
receipt.
• The SES office will have any original exhibits submitted by a party who resides outside of Connecticut and two (2)
copies of those exhibits available at the hearing.
• Any party who appears at (comes to) the hearing in person must have any original exhibit submitted to the SES
office and one (1) copy of those exhibits available at the hearing.
• The party who will be taking part in the hearing by telephone must give a phone number where that party will be
called on the day of the hearing to the SES office ten (10) days before the hearing.
• The party who will be taking part in the hearing by telephone must make arrangements with an official who will
administer the oath (ask you to swear to tell the truth) for the hearing. This official must be authorized by the law in
your state to administer oaths, such as a notary public, court clerk, attorney, or other official. Your local child support
agency may also be able to help you.
• These orders do not, in any way, interfere with your right to object to any evidence presented or to offer rebuttal
evidence according to Connecticut law.
• Other:
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
Signed (Judge or Family Support Magistrate)
Date
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