Form 12.950(F) "Temporary Order Granting/ Denying Relocation" - Florida

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Download Form 12.950(F) "Temporary Order Granting/ Denying Relocation" - Florida

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ___________ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR ___________________ COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No:_____________________
Division:_____________________
_______________________________
Petitioner,
and
_______________________________
Respondent.
TEMPORARY ORDER GRANTING/ DENYING RELOCATION
The cause came before this Court for a hearing on a Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation.
The Court, having reviewed the file and heard the testimony, makes these findings of fact and ORDERS as
follows:
SECTION I: FINDINGS
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter and the parties.
2. The last order establishing or modifying parental responsibility, visitation, or time-sharing was
entered on {date}_________________________________.
3. The parties’ dependent or minor child(ren) is/are:
Name
Birth Date
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
4. The ____ Petitioner ____ Respondent has filed a Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation
to {address of intended new residence} __________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________.
5. The new location is more than 50 miles from the principal place of residence at the time of the entry
of the last order establishing or modifying the parenting plan or time-sharing schedule, or at the time
of filing of the pending action, and the relocation is for a period of at least 60 consecutive days.
6. The other parent or person who is entitled to access, visitation, or time-sharing:
_____ has filed an Answer agreeing with the relocation;
_____ has filed an Answer objecting to the relocation;
_____ has failed to file a timely Answer.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.950(f), Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation (03/15)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ___________ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR ___________________ COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No:_____________________
Division:_____________________
_______________________________
Petitioner,
and
_______________________________
Respondent.
TEMPORARY ORDER GRANTING/ DENYING RELOCATION
The cause came before this Court for a hearing on a Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation.
The Court, having reviewed the file and heard the testimony, makes these findings of fact and ORDERS as
follows:
SECTION I: FINDINGS
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter and the parties.
2. The last order establishing or modifying parental responsibility, visitation, or time-sharing was
entered on {date}_________________________________.
3. The parties’ dependent or minor child(ren) is/are:
Name
Birth Date
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
4. The ____ Petitioner ____ Respondent has filed a Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation
to {address of intended new residence} __________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________.
5. The new location is more than 50 miles from the principal place of residence at the time of the entry
of the last order establishing or modifying the parenting plan or time-sharing schedule, or at the time
of filing of the pending action, and the relocation is for a period of at least 60 consecutive days.
6. The other parent or person who is entitled to access, visitation, or time-sharing:
_____ has filed an Answer agreeing with the relocation;
_____ has filed an Answer objecting to the relocation;
_____ has failed to file a timely Answer.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.950(f), Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation (03/15)
SECTION II: GRANTING OF TEMPORARY ORDER PERMITTING RELOCATION
[Please indicate all that apply]
1. _____The Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation is GRANTED as the Court finds:
The petition to relocate was properly filed and is otherwise in compliance with the requirements
of Section 61.13001(3), Florida Statutes;
AND
From an examination of the evidence presented at the preliminary hearing, there is a likelihood
that at a final hearing the court will approve the relocation of the child, based upon the factors
set forth in Section 61.13001(7), Florida Statutes.
Facts in support of finding:_________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
2. _____ Security: The Temporary Order Permitting Relocation ____ IS ____ IS NOT conditioned upon
the ____ Petitioner ____ Respondent providing reasonable security by:
[If security is required, please indicate all that apply]
a. _____ Posting bond in the amount of $______________ with the clerk of this Court;
b. _____Providing:
________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
c. _____Guaranteeing that the court-ordered contact with the child(ren) will not be
interrupted or interfered with by the relocating party by
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
3. _____ Time-Sharing. To ensure that the child(ren) has/have frequent, continuing, and meaningful
contact, access, and time-sharing, the nonrelocating parent or person entitled to access shall
have: {Please choose only one}
a. _____ reasonable time-sharing with the parties’ minor child(ren) after reasonable notice and as
agreed to by the parties. The Court reserves jurisdiction to set a specific schedule;
b. _____ the following specified time-sharing with the parties’ minor child(ren): ________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________;
c. _____ time-sharing in accordance with the temporary Parenting Plan attached as
Exhibit _____ and incorporated herein.
4. _____ No Contact. The _____ Petitioner _____ Respondent and/or _____ Other Person entitled
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.950(f), Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation (03/15)
to access or time-sharing shall have no contact with the parties’ minor child(ren) until further court
order, as such contact is detrimental to the welfare of the minor child(ren). {Explain}:
________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
5._____ Communication via telephone, Internet, web-cam, etc. with the parties’ minor child(ren)
subject to the following limitations {if any}_________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________.
6._____ Exchange of Minor Child(ren). The exchange of the minor child(ren) shall be on time as
scheduled by the parties. The following conditions, if checked below, shall also apply.
a. _____ The parties shall temporarily exchange the child(ren) at the following location(s):
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
b. _____ Other conditions for exchange of the child(ren) are as follows:
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
7._____ Costs of Transportation
a. _____ The Petitioner shall pay ____% and the Respondent shall pay ____% of the post-relocation
transportation costs.
b. _____ Other _____________________________________________________________________
8._____ Child Support. The Court finds that based upon the Temporary Order Granting Relocation, the
____ Petitioner’s____ Respondent’s child support obligation should be temporarily modified
in consideration of the costs of transportation and the respective net incomes of the parents.
[Please choose only one]
a. _____ The amounts in the attached Child Support Guidelines Worksheet, Florida Family Law
Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(e), filed by the _____ Petitioner _____ Respondent are
correct.
OR
b. _____ The Court makes the following findings:
The Petitioner’s net monthly income is $_________________.
The Respondent’s net monthly income is $________________.
Monthly child care costs are $____________.
Monthly health/dental insurance costs are $_______________.
Transportation costs are $__________________.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.950(f), Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation (03/15)
9._____Amount. The Obligor’s child support obligation shall be temporarily modified to $___________
per month payable _____ in accordance with Obligor’s payroll cycle, and in any event, at least
once a month _____ {explain} _____________________________________________________,
commencing {date} _______________________ and continuing until further court order.
SECTION III: DENIAL OF TEMPORARY ORDER PERMITTING RELOCATION
[Please indicate all that apply]
1. _____The Motion for Temporary Order Permitting Relocation is DENIED because:
a. _____ The petition to relocate does not comply with subsection (3) of Section 61.13001, Florida
Statutes;
b. _____ The child(ren) has/have already been relocated without a written agreement of the parties
or without court approval;
c. _____ From an examination of the evidence presented at the preliminary hearing, there is a
likelihood that upon final hearing, relocation of the child(ren) would not be approved.
Facts in support of finding: _________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________.
2. _____ Temporary Injunction Prohibiting Relocation of Child(ren)
The Court hereby temporarily prohibits and enjoins the _____ Petitioner _____ Respondent from
relocating and removing the child(ren) from the jurisdiction of this Court during the pendency of
this proceeding, or until further order of this Court.
The Court may enforce compliance with this restraining order through civil and/or indirect
criminal contempt proceedings, which may include arrest, incarceration, and/or the imposition
of a fine.
3. _____ Immediate Return of Child(ren)
The _____ Petitioner_____ Respondent has failed to comply with the relocation procedures set
forth in Section 61.13001, Florida Statutes, and has relocated the child(ren) in violation of that
section. The _____ Petitioner _____ Respondent shall immediately return the child(ren) to the
jurisdiction of this Court.
Failure to immediately return the child(ren) shall subject the non-complying party to contempt
and other proceedings to compel return of the child(ren) and may be taken into account in any
initial or post judgment action seeking a determination or modification of the parenting plan or
time-sharing schedule.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.950(f), Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation (03/15)
SECTION IV: OTHER
1. Other Provisions:
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
2. The Court reserves jurisdiction to modify and enforce this Temporary Order regarding relocation.
3. Unless specifically modified by this Temporary Order, the provisions of all final judgments or orders
remain in effect.
4. No weight shall be given to the decision to grant or deny the temporary relocation as a factor in
reaching a final decision.
DONE AND ORDERED at _______________________, Florida, on _____________________.
_____________________________________
CIRCUIT JUDGE
I certify that a copy of this Temporary Order Granting/Denying Relocation was (
) mailed (
) faxed
and mailed (
) e-mailed (
) hand-delivered to the parties and any entities listed below on {date}
____________________________.
______________________________________
Clerk of court, designee, or Judicial Assistant
Petitioner (or his/her attorney)
Respondent (or his/her attorney)
Central Governmental Depository
Other:_______________________
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