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-592?
A: Form FL-592 is the Notice of Registration of an International Hague Convention Support Order.
Q: What is an International Hague Convention Support Order?
A: An International Hague Convention Support Order is a child or spousal support order issued by a foreign country that is being registered or recognized in California.
Q: Why would I need to fill out Form FL-592?
A: You would need to fill out Form FL-592 if you have a child or spousal support order issued by a foreign country that you want to have recognized or enforced in California.
Q: What information is required on Form FL-592?
A: Form FL-592 requires information about the support order, including the parties involved, the order amount, and the issuing country.
Q: What should I do after filling out Form FL-592?
A: After filling out Form FL-592, you should file it with the court and serve a copy on the other party or their attorney.
Q: Is there a fee for filing Form FL-592?
A: Yes, there is a filing fee for submitting Form FL-592. The fee may vary depending on the county.
Q: What happens after Form FL-592 is filed?
A: After Form FL-592 is filed, the court will review the form and, if everything is in order, issue an order recognizing and registering the international support order.
Q: Can I get legal advice while filling out Form FL-592?
A: While court staff can provide general information about the form, it is recommended to consult with an attorney for legal advice specific to your situation.
Q: Can I use Form FL-592 for support orders from all foreign countries?
A: Yes, Form FL-592 can be used for support orders from any foreign country that is a signatory to the Hague Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance.
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