This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Circuit Court - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is a Form CC438?
A: Form CC438 is the Order on Motion to Set Aside Order of Filiation used in Michigan.
Q: What is an Order of Filiation?
A: An Order of Filiation is a legal document that establishes paternity (the legal fatherhood) of a child.
Q: When can one file a motion to set aside an Order of Filiation?
A: A motion to set aside an Order of Filiation can be filed when there is new evidence or information that was not available during the original paternity proceedings.
Q: What does it mean to set aside an Order of Filiation?
A: To set aside an Order of Filiation means to have it declared invalid or canceled.
Q: What is the purpose of Form CC438?
A: Form CC438 is used to request the court to set aside an Order of Filiation.
Q: Who can use Form CC438?
A: Form CC438 can be used by any party involved in the paternity case who wants to set aside the Order of Filiation.
Q: Are there any filing fees associated with Form CC438?
A: There may be filing fees associated with Form CC438. It is best to check with the local courthouse or the Michigan Court system for the current fees.
Q: What information is required in Form CC438?
A: Form CC438 requires the petitioner to provide their name, the case number, the reason for the motion, and any supporting evidence.
Q: What happens after filing Form CC438?
A: After filing Form CC438, the court will review the motion and may schedule a hearing to consider the request to set aside the Order of Filiation.
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