Family Law Form 12.948(C) "Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility During Deployment" - Florida

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE___________________________JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR _______________________COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: _______________________________
Division: ________________________________
________________________________,
Petitioner,
and
________________________________,
Respondent.
ORDER GRANTING TEMPORARY CUSTODIAL RESPONSIBILITY
DURING DEPLOYMENT
THIS CAUSE came before this Court on a Motion for Temporary Custodial Responsibility During
Deployment. The Court, having reviewed the file, heard the testimony, and being otherwise fully advised,
makes these findings of fact and reaches these conclusions of law:
SECTION I. FINDINGS
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter and the parties, including jurisdiction pursuant to
the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.
2. Entry of this Order is not prohibited by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 50, U.S.C. ss. 3901-4043.
3. The last order establishing or modifying parental responsibility, visitation, or time-sharing was
entered on _______________________.
4.
The parties’ dependent or minor children are:
Name
Birth date
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________.
SECTION II: DEPLOYMENT
1. _______________________________________________ is being deployed for a period of less
than 18 months pursuant to uniformed service orders.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE___________________________JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR _______________________COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: _______________________________
Division: ________________________________
________________________________,
Petitioner,
and
________________________________,
Respondent.
ORDER GRANTING TEMPORARY CUSTODIAL RESPONSIBILITY
DURING DEPLOYMENT
THIS CAUSE came before this Court on a Motion for Temporary Custodial Responsibility During
Deployment. The Court, having reviewed the file, heard the testimony, and being otherwise fully advised,
makes these findings of fact and reaches these conclusions of law:
SECTION I. FINDINGS
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter and the parties, including jurisdiction pursuant to
the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.
2. Entry of this Order is not prohibited by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 50, U.S.C. ss. 3901-4043.
3. The last order establishing or modifying parental responsibility, visitation, or time-sharing was
entered on _______________________.
4.
The parties’ dependent or minor children are:
Name
Birth date
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________.
SECTION II: DEPLOYMENT
1. _______________________________________________ is being deployed for a period of less
than 18 months pursuant to uniformed service orders.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
2. A Notice of Deployment was provided to the Other Parent on_______________________.
3. To the extent it is permissible to provide this information, the destination of the deployment is:
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
4. To the extent it is permissible to provide this information, the anticipated duration of the
deployment is:
__________________________________________________________________________.
5. To the extent that it is permissible to provide this information, the conditions of the deployment
are __________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________.
SECTION III: TEMPORARY CARETAKING AUTHORITY, DECISIONMAKING AUTHORITY, CONTACT WITH
CHILDREN BETWEEN PARENTS
The parties:
_____ Have filed an Agreement for Temporary Custodial Responsibility During Deployment which
is in the best interests of the children and is adopted by the Court. A copy of the Agreement is
attached as Exhibit ______. The parties, and all those who signed the Agreement, are ordered to
comply with terms of the Agreement.
OR
_____Have NOT filed an Agreement for Temporary Custodial Responsibility During Deployment.
Until this Order terminates pursuant to Section VII, the parents shall comply with the following,
which is in the children’s best interest:
1. Caretaking Authority:
Deploying Parent: _____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Other Parent: ________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________.
2. Decisionmaking Authority:
Deploying Parent: ____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________.
Other Parent: ________________________________________________________________
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
3. Contact with Children-Deploying Parent
a. During Deployment:
i. Frequency:_____________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________;
ii. Duration:______________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________;
iii. Means, Including Electronic:______________________________________
________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________;
iv. Role of Other Parent in Facilitating Contact:__________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________;
v. Role of Agreed Nonparent in Facilitating Contact:_______________________
_________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________;
vi. Allocation of Any Costs of Contact:____________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________.
b. While on leave or is otherwise available: __________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________.
c. After deployment ends and until termination of order:
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________.
4. Contact with Children-Other Parent
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
SECTION IV: NONPARENT-TEMPORARY CARETAKING AUTHORITY, DECISIONMAKING AUTHORITY,
CONTACT WITH CHILDREN
A. The parties:
_____ Have filed an Agreement for temporary caretaking authority, decisionmaking authority
and contact by the Nonparent. The Agreement is in the best interests of the children and
is adopted by the Court. Until this Order is terminated pursuant to Section VII, the parties,
and all who signed the Agreement, are ordered to comply with the terms of the
Agreement.
OR
______ Have NOT reached an Agreement for temporary caretaking authority, decisionmaking
authority, and/or contact with the children
B. The Court:
______ Finds that it is NOT in the children’s best interest to establish caretaking authority,
decisionmaking authority, or contact with the children by any Nonparent.
OR
______ Finds that it is in the children’s best interest to establish caretaking authority,
decisionmaking authority, and/or contact with the children by Nonparent(s),
____________________________ who is ______ an adult family member of the child, or
______an adult who is not a family member but a person with whom the children have a close
and substantial relationship.
The full legal name, street address, telephone number, and e-mail address of the Nonparent(s)
is: ______________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________.
The children’s street address shall not be changed without notification to the Court and all
parties disclosing the new address and contact information.
Until this Order terminates pursuant to Section VII, the parties and the Nonparent(s) shall
comply with the following:
1. Caretaking Authority {If Applicable}
The Court finds caretaking authority by the Nonparent is in the best interest of the children. If
the Nonparent is an adult who is not a family member, but a person with whom the children
have a close and substantial relationship, the best interest of the children has been established
by clear and convincing evidence.
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
{Specific Findings}: _____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
The Nonparent(s) shall have caretaking authority as follows: ___________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
The caretaking authority does not exceed the amount of time granted to the Deploying Parent
under a permanent custody order. In the absence of a permanent custody order currently in
effect, the caretaking authority does not exceed amount of time the Deploying Parent habitually
cared for the child(ren) before being notified of deployment. Additional travel time may be
added if necessary to transport the children.
2. Decisionmaking Authority {If Applicable}
If due to the operational constraints of the deployment, the Deploying Parent is unable to
exercise decisionmaking authority, the Court finds that it is in the best interest of the children
that the Nonparent(s) exercise the following decisionmaking authority. If the Nonparent(s) is an
adult who is not a family member, but a person with whom the children has/have a close and
substantial relationship, the best interest of the children has been established by clear and
convincing evidence.
{Specific Findings}:______________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
The specific decisionmaking powers are: ______________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
The duration of the decisionmaking powers is: {Cannot exceed the length of time in which the
Deploying Parent is unable to exercise decision making authority} _______________________
____________________________________________________________________________.
3. Contact {If Applicable}
The Court finds that it is in the best interest of the children for the Nonparent to have contact
as follows. If the Nonparent is an adult who is not a family member with whom the child has a
close and substantial relationship, the best interest of the children has been established by clear
and convincing evidence.
{Specific Findings}: _____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.948(c), Order Granting Temporary Custodial Responsibility
During Deployment. (07/20)
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