Form NHJB-2062-F "Petition to Change Court Order" - New Hampshire

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Download Form NHJB-2062-F "Petition to Change Court Order" - New Hampshire

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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
JUDICIAL BRANCH
http://www.courts.state.nh.us
Court Name:
Case Name:
Case Number:
PETITION TO CHANGE COURT ORDER
No agreement
Agreement
1. Your Name
Date of Birth
E-mail Address (optional)
Residence Address
Mailing Address (if different)
Telephone (Cell)
(Home)
(Work)
2. Other Party’s Name
Date of Birth
E-mail Address (optional)
Residence Address
Mailing Address (if different)
Telephone (Cell)
(Home)
(Work)
3. List minor children born to or adopted by the parties:
Name
Date of Birth
Current Address
If there are minor children born to or adopted by the parties, complete questions 4 – 8. This
information is required under RSA 458-A, the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and
Enforcement Act (UCCJEA).
It is important that you answer these questions with as much detail and accuracy as possible. Lack of
adequate information could significantly delay orders being issued in your case.
There are several situations that might result in New Hampshire exercising jurisdiction over child/ren.
The continuous presence of the child/ren in New Hampshire for six (6) months is not the only basis
for jurisdiction. In some emergency situations, the court may be able to exercise jurisdiction on a
temporary basis.
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Clear Form
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
JUDICIAL BRANCH
http://www.courts.state.nh.us
Court Name:
Case Name:
Case Number:
PETITION TO CHANGE COURT ORDER
No agreement
Agreement
1. Your Name
Date of Birth
E-mail Address (optional)
Residence Address
Mailing Address (if different)
Telephone (Cell)
(Home)
(Work)
2. Other Party’s Name
Date of Birth
E-mail Address (optional)
Residence Address
Mailing Address (if different)
Telephone (Cell)
(Home)
(Work)
3. List minor children born to or adopted by the parties:
Name
Date of Birth
Current Address
If there are minor children born to or adopted by the parties, complete questions 4 – 8. This
information is required under RSA 458-A, the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and
Enforcement Act (UCCJEA).
It is important that you answer these questions with as much detail and accuracy as possible. Lack of
adequate information could significantly delay orders being issued in your case.
There are several situations that might result in New Hampshire exercising jurisdiction over child/ren.
The continuous presence of the child/ren in New Hampshire for six (6) months is not the only basis
for jurisdiction. In some emergency situations, the court may be able to exercise jurisdiction on a
temporary basis.
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Case Name:
Case Number:
PETITION TO CHANGE COURT ORDER
4. List the places where the minor child/ren of the parties has/have lived in the last five (5) years
and the names of the people they lived with at that time, if you know. Start with where the child lives
now and work backward in time.
Dates
Town/City, State
Parent(s)/Caretaker
Current Address/Contact
Which
From/To
Address of Parent/Caretaker
Child/ren
If more space is needed, attach Extra Page (Form NHJB-2656-FPS).
I have attached Form NHJB-2656-FPS because additional space was needed.
5. Are there any person(s), not a party to this proceeding, who have physical custody of the child/ren
or who claim to have custody, physical custody or parenting time rights?
Yes
No
If yes, list name(s) and address(es) of person(s):
6. Check one of the following:
I have not participated in any court case(s) concerning the custody, visitation, parenting time
or placement of the child/ren in this or any other state.
OR
I have participated in court case(s) concerning the custody, visitation, parenting time or
placement of the child/ren in this or any other state. I have participated in the following:
Name of Court
State
Case No.
Date of Court Order
7. Are there any actions for enforcement, or proceedings relating to domestic violence, domestic
relations, protective orders, marriage dissolution, paternity, legitimation, custody, parental rights and
responsibilities, termination of parental rights, adoption, juvenile, or other proceedings in any court in
any state affecting any children named in this petition or parents of those children?
Yes
No
If yes, complete the following:
Name of Court
State
Case No.
Type of Court Case
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Case Name:
Case Number:
PETITION TO CHANGE COURT ORDER
8. Optional:
I am alleging, under oath, that my or my child/ren’s health, safety, or liberty would be
jeopardized by the disclosure of identifying information set forth in this Petition. To support my
allegation, I state as follows:
9. What part of the court order(s) do you want the court to change? (Check any that apply)
The date of the most recent court order (if known):
Child Support Only
Child Support and Parenting Plan
Legal Separation to Divorce
Alimony
Parenting Plan
Other
10.
I have tried to resolve the issue(s) raised in this petition with the other party. We are unable to
resolve the issue(s) and have sought the help of a neutral third party (such as a mediator or
neutral evaluator) to assist us. We are unable to work out the disagreement after seeking third
party assistance.
OR
I have not tried to resolve the issue(s) raised in this petition because:
a.
There is a domestic violence protective order in effect OR
b.
Other (State reasons you did not try to resolve issue(s) with other party):
11. What, specifically, do you want the court to order? (Please attach additional page(s) if
necessary.)
12. Why should the court change the current orders? (List each reason separately.)
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Case Name:
Case Number:
PETITION TO CHANGE COURT ORDER
13. Please check one of the following regarding public assistance.
No public assistance (TANF) is now being or has within the last 6 months been provided, nor
is medical assistance (Medicaid) presently being provided, for any minor child of the parties.
The N. H. Department of Health and Human Services is providing or has provided within the
last 6 months public assistance (TANF) and/or medical assistance (Medicaid) for a minor
child or children of the parties. If you check this box, you must mail copies of this petition and
the Personal Data Sheet (
) to DHHS at:
NHJB-2077-F
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Bureau of Child Support Services - Legal Unit
129 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
14. By filing this petition, you are asking that the Court:
Change the current orders as stated above;
Schedule a hearing;
Other:
Grant any other orders which may be appropriate.
I acknowledge that I have a continuing duty to inform the court of any court action in this or
any other state that could affect the child/ren in this case.
I swear or affirm that the foregoing information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
Date
Signature of Party Filing Petition to Change Court Order
State of
, County of
This instrument was acknowledged before me on
by
My Commission Expires
Affix Seal, if any
Signature of Notarial Officer / Title
Signature of Attorney
Printed Name, Address and Phone Number of Attorney
Bar #
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