NOTICE TO THE PARENTS
This order makes the parent designated as the "Other Parent" a party to this action. Either parent may now raise issues
concerning support, custody, visitation, and restraining orders. Other issues may not be raised in this action. Either parent
can go to court to modify the support order, but the local child support agency must first be given proper notice of the
The Other Parent can also file an action to enforce the support order, but only after giving the local child support agency
at least 30 days' notice that an independent enforcement action will be filed. (See form FL-645.) If the local child support
agency does not respond to the notice within 30 days, or if the local child support agency agrees to the filing of the
enforcement action, the Other Parent may then file the enforcement action as long as all support is payable through the
local child support agency's office.
The local child support agency does not represent any individual in this action. If the Other Parent receives welfare, the
local child support agency may agree to settle any parentage or support issues without the Other Parent's consent. If the
Other Parent does not receive welfare, the local child support agency cannot settle any support issue without the consent
of the Other Parent. The local child support agency cannot assist you with or negotiate, settle, or contest any issues of
custody, visitation, or restraining orders.
FL-660 [Rev. January 1, 2003]
EX PARTE MOTION BY LOCAL CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY
AND DECLARATION FOR JOINDER OF OTHER PARENT
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