Form ADO206 "Affidavit of Petitioners in Support of Ex Parte Motion to Waive One Year Residency Requirement" - Minnesota

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This is a legal form that was released by the Minnesota District Courts - a government authority operating within Minnesota. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on July 1, 2015;
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State of Minnesota
District Court
Judicial District:
County
Court File Number:
Adoption – Stepparent
Case Type:
In Re the Petition of:
, Petitioner/Parent
and
Affidavit of Petitioners in
, Petitioner/Stepparent
Support of Ex Parte Motion
to Waive One Year
To Adopt:
Residency Requirement
,
(child’s current name)
,
(child’s current name)
,
(child’s current name)
State of Minnesota
)
) SS
County of
)
[parent’s name] [hereinafter “parent”] and
Petitioners,
[stepparent’s name] [hereinafter stepparent], state as follows:
1. We make this affidavit in support of our request that the court waive the one year residency
requirement and reduce such requirement to thirty (30) days as permitted under Minnesota
Statutes § 259.22, subd. 1.
2. We are in a committed relationship having been married on
[date],
and the minor child(ren) has/have resided with us since
[date].
3. Parent is the parent of the following child(ren):
[child’s name] who was born on
[date of birth], and stepparent is a
person related to the child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
[child’s name] who was
born on
[date of birth], and
stepparent is a person related to the
child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
ADO206
State
ENG
Rev 7/15
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State of Minnesota
District Court
Judicial District:
County
Court File Number:
Adoption – Stepparent
Case Type:
In Re the Petition of:
, Petitioner/Parent
and
Affidavit of Petitioners in
, Petitioner/Stepparent
Support of Ex Parte Motion
to Waive One Year
To Adopt:
Residency Requirement
,
(child’s current name)
,
(child’s current name)
,
(child’s current name)
State of Minnesota
)
) SS
County of
)
[parent’s name] [hereinafter “parent”] and
Petitioners,
[stepparent’s name] [hereinafter stepparent], state as follows:
1. We make this affidavit in support of our request that the court waive the one year residency
requirement and reduce such requirement to thirty (30) days as permitted under Minnesota
Statutes § 259.22, subd. 1.
2. We are in a committed relationship having been married on
[date],
and the minor child(ren) has/have resided with us since
[date].
3. Parent is the parent of the following child(ren):
[child’s name] who was born on
[date of birth], and stepparent is a
person related to the child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
[child’s name] who was
born on
[date of birth], and
stepparent is a person related to the
child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
ADO206
State
ENG
Rev 7/15
www.mncourts.gov/forms
Page 1 of 2
[child’s name] who was
born on
[date of birth], and stepparent is a
person related to the child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
[child’s name] who was
born on
[date of birth], and stepparent is a
person related to the child as defined in Minnesota Statutes § 245A.02, subd. 13.
4. We have co-parented the child(ren) since the child(ren) began living with us, and we have
each developed a parent-child relationship with the child(ren).
5. It is in the best interests of the child(ren) for the court to waive the one-year residency
requirement and reduce it to 30 days as permitted under Minn. Stat. 259.22, subd. 1.
Further affiants sayeth not except that this affidavit is made in good faith in support of their
motion for waiver of the requirements of the one year residency requirement.
I declare under penalty of perjury that everything I have stated in this document is true and
correct. Minn. Stat. § 358.116.
Dated:
Petitioner/Parent
Dated:
Petitioner/Stepparent
VERIFICATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
[parent’s name],
The above-named Petitioner/Parent,
states that Petitioner has read the foregoing Affidavit subscribed by him/her, that Petitioner
knows the contents thereof, and that the same is true to Petitioner’s best information and belief.
[parent’s name]
Petitioner / Parent
[signature]
[stepparent’s
The above-named Petitioner/Stepparent,
name], states that Petitioner has read the foregoing Affidavit subscribed by him/her, that
Petitioner knows the contents thereof, and that the same is true to Petitioner’s best information
and belief.
[stepparent’s name]
Petitioner / Stepparent
[signature]
ADO206
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