Form FM-214 "Expedited Motion to Enforce Visitation for Military Members" - Maine

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  • Released on October 1, 2015;
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STATE OF MAINE
SUPERIOR COURT
DISTRICT COURT
, ss.
Location
Docket No.
Docket No.
Plaintiff
EXPEDITED MOTION
TO ENFORCE VISITATION
v.
FOR MILITARY MEMBERS
19-A M.R.S. § 1768(5)
Defendant
NOW COMES
Plaintiff
Defendant in this case, and hereby moves this honorable court for an emergency
order to enforce visitation in accordance with section 1768(5) of Title 19-A of the Maine Revised Statutes. In
support of this motion, the moving party states as follows:
1. Plaintiff now resides in (town)
, (county)
, (state)
.
Defendant now resides in (town)
, (county)
, (state)
.
2. I hereby affirm that:
A.
I am subject to a child custody determination in ____________________________________dated___________.
(Name and location of court that issued the order)
B.
I am a resident of the State of Maine;
C.
I am on active duty serving in the United States Armed Forces or in the National Guard; AND
D.
I am permanently stationed at a military, naval or National Guard post, station or base outside this State or
deployed for military or National Guard service.
3. The other party is failing or refusing to obey the visitation provisions contained in the Court's Judgment or Order.
More specifically: _______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
4.
I have provided at least two days notice to the custodial parent; OR
I have provided shorter notice to the
custodial parent pursuant to court order.
WHEREFORE, I ask the Court to enforce the visitation provisions contained in the above-referenced Judgment or
Order by granting the following relief: ________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Date:
Signature of Plaintiff/Defendant
Address:
Phone:
FM-214, Rev. 10/15
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STATE OF MAINE
SUPERIOR COURT
DISTRICT COURT
, ss.
Location
Docket No.
Docket No.
Plaintiff
EXPEDITED MOTION
TO ENFORCE VISITATION
v.
FOR MILITARY MEMBERS
19-A M.R.S. § 1768(5)
Defendant
NOW COMES
Plaintiff
Defendant in this case, and hereby moves this honorable court for an emergency
order to enforce visitation in accordance with section 1768(5) of Title 19-A of the Maine Revised Statutes. In
support of this motion, the moving party states as follows:
1. Plaintiff now resides in (town)
, (county)
, (state)
.
Defendant now resides in (town)
, (county)
, (state)
.
2. I hereby affirm that:
A.
I am subject to a child custody determination in ____________________________________dated___________.
(Name and location of court that issued the order)
B.
I am a resident of the State of Maine;
C.
I am on active duty serving in the United States Armed Forces or in the National Guard; AND
D.
I am permanently stationed at a military, naval or National Guard post, station or base outside this State or
deployed for military or National Guard service.
3. The other party is failing or refusing to obey the visitation provisions contained in the Court's Judgment or Order.
More specifically: _______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
4.
I have provided at least two days notice to the custodial parent; OR
I have provided shorter notice to the
custodial parent pursuant to court order.
WHEREFORE, I ask the Court to enforce the visitation provisions contained in the above-referenced Judgment or
Order by granting the following relief: ________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Date:
Signature of Plaintiff/Defendant
Address:
Phone:
FM-214, Rev. 10/15
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