Supplemental Judgment Modifying Judgment (4A) Form. This is a Oregon form and can be use in Circuit Court Statewide.
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Modification of Family Law Judgment 226 Judgment Page 1 of 11 (Aug 2019) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF Case No: Petitioner SUPPLEMENTAL JUDGMENT and MODIFYING A DOMESTIC RELATIONS JUDGMENT Respondent and Unmarried Children 18, 19, or 20 years old (per ORS 107.108) (full names) This Supplemental Judgment modifies the following provisions of a prior Judgment: Spousal/Partner Support Custody Parenting Time Child Support Other: This matter came before the court on the motion and declaration of Petitioner Respondent No response to the Order to Show Cause re: Modification was received from the non-moving party The non-moving party is not in active military service of the United States and is not incapacitated, a minor, a protected person, or a respondent (as defined by ORS 125.005) A hearing was held (date), at which the following were present: Petitioner Petitioner222s attorney Respondent Respondent222s attorney Other: The parties have stipulated (agreed) to the terms of this judgment as shown by their signatures at the end of this Judgment Children 18, 19, or 20 Years of Age Waived further appearance: (names) Fully participated in the proceedings (names) Signed and stipulated to the terms of judgment shown by the signature at the end of this Judgment THE COURT FINDS: The court considered the declaration response evidence presented and found that: a substantial change in circumstances has occurred since the last judgment or order, justifying a change in support or custody the requested change in custody or parenting time is in the children222s best interest American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Modification of Family Law Judgment 226 Judgment Page 2 of 11 (Aug 2019) Jurisdiction This court has jurisdiction to modify the following judgment (list court or agency, case number, and date): Because: (check all that apply) Only spousal/partner support is at issue in this Modification action Child Support the judgment above was issued by a court in Oregon and one of the parents or a child receiving support under the prior judgment still resides in Oregon, or Other reason (explain) Custody or Parenting Time under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) the judgment above was issued by a court in Oregon and one of the parents or a child affected by the custody or parenting time provisions still resides in Oregon, or Other reason (explain) Oregon does not have jurisdiction under the UCCJEA because: THE COURT ORDERS the following modifications to a prior judgment: 1. Spousal/Partner Support Spousal/Partner support is terminated or changed as follows: Findings supporting termination: Effective date 226 changes are effective as of (date) 2. Custody and Parenting Time a) Petitioner Respondent is granted sole custody of: (names) Parties have agreed to joint custody of: (names) b) Parenting Time is changed according to the attached Parenting Plan labeled Exhibit or as follows: Petitioner Respondent must not have parenting time because it would endanger the health or safety of the children American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Modification of Family Law Judgment 226 Judgment Page 3 of 11 (Aug 2019) Parenting time must be supervised by: Cost of supervision will be paid by Petitioner Respondent Other: c) Petitioner Respondent is allowed to move more than 60 miles farther away from the other party without advance written notice because good cause exists d) Petitioner Respondent is not required to provide contact information to the other party 3. Child Support and Medical Costs a) Petitioner222s Respondent222s child support obligation to children (names) is terminated based on the change of custody or (explain other reason for termination) b) Child support is changed as follows based on the requested change of custody or substantially changed circumstances Support must be paid: by Petitioner Respondent to Petitioner Respondent Adult Child Attending School on the first day of each month beginning the month following entry of this judgment or the date of service of this motion (date: ) The monthly amount due is: $ (Child Support Worksheets are attached and incorporated, labeled Exhibit ) This amount is: the amount presumed to be appropriate under the support guidelines different from the presumed appropriate amount because: c) Income withholding is not ordered at this time because there is no support arrearage, the paying parent has not previously been granted an exemption from withholding and The parents (or the State, if support rights are assigned) have agreed in writing to an alternative arrangement which is approved by the court; or Good cause not to require withholding is found because there is proof of timely payment of previously-ordered support and income withholding would not be in the best interests of the child In all cases, select one of the following: All support payments must be made to the Department of Justice, Child Support Accounting Unit, P.O. Box 14506, Salem, Oregon, 97309 Or An exception to income withholding applies as noted above. All support payments must be deposited to the recipient222s checking or savings account. The receiving parent is ordered to provide the paying parent with current deposit slips or bank name, account name, and account number. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Modification of Family Law Judgment 226 Judgment Page 4 of 11 (Aug 2019) Or Other (explain) Child Attending School Support for an adult child attending school as defined by ORS 107.108 must be paid directly to the child unless good cause exists for payment to be made another way GOOD CAUSE exists not to pay support directly to a child attending school Payments must be made to Petitioner Respondent in the amount of $ per month d) Length of Child Support: Child support will end when the last child (check one) reaches age 18, or if the child qualifies as a child attending school under ORS 107.108, age 21 reaches age 18 or becomes self-supporting, emancipated, or married e) Tax Dependents* Petitioner Respondent may claim the following children as dependents for tax purposes beginning with the tax year this judgment is entered. The other parent must complete any IRS waivers or forms necessary to accomplish this order in each tax year and must not file contradictory tax returns. List names: OR Other (specify): * Parties are advised that this judgment is not binding on the IRS and will not provide a defense if the parties fail to comply with IRS regulations in any given tax year. Parties are advised to speak to a tax specialist. f) Life Insurance Petitioner Respondent must carry life insurance for the benefit of the children in the amount of $ throughout the period of the support obligation if he or she is insurable Petitioner Respondent is no longer required to provide life insurance g) Medical Costs Medical costs and insurance have been addressed in a prior judgment and are not being changed NOTICE OF INCOME WITHHOLDING This child support order is enforceable by income withholding under ORS 25.378 to 25.390, 25.414 to 25.372 and 25.375. Withholding shall occur immediately, whenever there is an arrearage at least equal to the support payment for one month, whenever the obligated parent requests such withholding, or whenever the obligee requests withholding for good cause. The District Attorney or, as appropriate, the Division of Child Support of the Department of Justice, will assist in securing such withholding. Exceptions may apply in some circumstances. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Modification of Family Law Judgment 226 Judgment Page 5 of 11 (Aug 2019) 1. Health Insurance Coverage Petitioner Respondent is ordered to keep insurance for the children throughout the period of the child support obligation 2. Cash Medical Support Cash Medical Support is ordered in the amount of $ per month because health insurance coverage is not available to either parent. Cash Medical Support is payable in addition to child support by the parent ordered to pay child support, and on the same schedule. Cash Medical Support is not ordered because: Support is presumed to be unavailab