Form FL-590A "Uifsa Child Support Order Jurisdictional Attachment" - California

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FL-590A
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF:
CASE NUMBER:
RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT:
OTHER PARENT:
UIFSA CHILD SUPPORT ORDER JURISDICTIONAL ATTACHMENT
TO
Order After Hearing (form FL-687)
Stipulation and Order (form FL-625)
Other (specify):
.
THE COURT FINDS THE FOLLOWING:
1.
All parties have left
(issuing state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
is the party requesting modification and resides in (state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
is the nonrequesting party and resides in California. This
Other Parent
court assumes continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under Family Code section 5700.611 and modifies the order.
2.
is the issuing state of the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
resides in
Other Parent
resides in the issuing state.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
California. Under Family Code section 5700.611(a)(2), the court finds that the parties consented in the issuing state for
California to assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over support. This court assumes jurisdiction and modifies the order
accordingly.
3.
California is the issuing state of the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
is the
party requesting modification and resides in
(state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides outside the United States, in (country):
.
Under Family Code section 5700.611(f), California retains jurisdiction to modify the order.
and reside in California. This court assumes jurisdiction under
4.
All parties have left
(issuing state):
Family Code section 5700.613 to modify support and domesticates the support issues.
Under Family Code section 5700.615, this court finds that the foreign country that issued the foreign support order
5.
(country):
, cannot or will not modify its order. This court assumes jurisdiction and modifies the
order accordingly.
6.
The parties have agreed that neither of them currently reside in California, which is the state that issued the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in (state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in (state or foreign country):
Under Family Code section 5700.205(a)(2), the parties consent for California to retain continuing, exclusive jurisdiction to
modify the support order.
The parties have agreed that California is the state that issued the support order.
7.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in California.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in
(state):
. The parties consent under Family Code section 5700.205(b)(1) for
(state):
to assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction and modify the order.
8.
Other:
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
Page 1 of 1
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
UIFSA CHILD SUPPORT ORDER JURISDICTIONAL ATTACHMENT
Family Code, §§ 5700.102,
Judicial Council of California
5700.205, 5700.611,
FL-590A [Rev. July 1, 2017]
5700.613, 5700.615
www.courts.ca.gov
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FL-590A
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF:
CASE NUMBER:
RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT:
OTHER PARENT:
UIFSA CHILD SUPPORT ORDER JURISDICTIONAL ATTACHMENT
TO
Order After Hearing (form FL-687)
Stipulation and Order (form FL-625)
Other (specify):
.
THE COURT FINDS THE FOLLOWING:
1.
All parties have left
(issuing state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
is the party requesting modification and resides in (state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
is the nonrequesting party and resides in California. This
Other Parent
court assumes continuing, exclusive jurisdiction under Family Code section 5700.611 and modifies the order.
2.
is the issuing state of the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
resides in
Other Parent
resides in the issuing state.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
California. Under Family Code section 5700.611(a)(2), the court finds that the parties consented in the issuing state for
California to assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over support. This court assumes jurisdiction and modifies the order
accordingly.
3.
California is the issuing state of the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
is the
party requesting modification and resides in
(state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides outside the United States, in (country):
.
Under Family Code section 5700.611(f), California retains jurisdiction to modify the order.
and reside in California. This court assumes jurisdiction under
4.
All parties have left
(issuing state):
Family Code section 5700.613 to modify support and domesticates the support issues.
Under Family Code section 5700.615, this court finds that the foreign country that issued the foreign support order
5.
(country):
, cannot or will not modify its order. This court assumes jurisdiction and modifies the
order accordingly.
6.
The parties have agreed that neither of them currently reside in California, which is the state that issued the support order.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in (state or foreign country):
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in (state or foreign country):
Under Family Code section 5700.205(a)(2), the parties consent for California to retain continuing, exclusive jurisdiction to
modify the support order.
The parties have agreed that California is the state that issued the support order.
7.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in California.
Petitioner
Respondent
Other Parent
resides in
(state):
. The parties consent under Family Code section 5700.205(b)(1) for
(state):
to assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction and modify the order.
8.
Other:
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
Page 1 of 1
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
UIFSA CHILD SUPPORT ORDER JURISDICTIONAL ATTACHMENT
Family Code, §§ 5700.102,
Judicial Council of California
5700.205, 5700.611,
FL-590A [Rev. July 1, 2017]
5700.613, 5700.615
www.courts.ca.gov
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