Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento
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Cover Sheet:
Parenting Plans by Agreement
Effective Date:
August 12, 2019
Last Revision Date:
Not applicable.
Purpose:
This packet is used by parents with an open case regarding child
custody and visitation to ask the Court to make an order based upon
the agreement reached between the parents.
Assistance:
If you are unable to complete the forms on your own, you may wish
to hire a private attorney. If you need help finding an attorney,
please contact the State Bar of California at www.calbar.ca.gov or
the Sacramento County Bar Association at www.sacbar.org .
Required Forms:
All forms are Judicial Council forms, unless otherwise indicated:
Stipulation and Order for Custody and/or Visitation of
Children, FL-355
Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Order
Attachment, FL-341
Proof of Service by Mail, FL-335
Optional Forms:
These forms are needed only if your agreement requires them:
Additional Provisions—Physical Custody Attachment, FL-
341(D)
Joint Legal Custody Attachment, FL-341(E)
Children’s Holiday Schedule Attachment, FL-341(C)
Supervised Visitation Order, FL-341(A)
Child Abduction Prevention Order Attachment, FL-341(B)
Filing Fee:
There is a $20 fee to file these documents. The current fee
schedule may be found on the Court’s website at:
https://www.saccourt.ca.gov/fees/docs/fee-schedule.pdf .
Copies:
Make 2 copies of the completed forms. The Court will file and keep
the original and will endorse and return the copies to you.
Filing:
All forms must be typewritten or printed in blue or black ink. (See
California Rules of Court, Rules 2.100-2.119)
Mail or bring completed forms to 3341 Power Inn Road and deposit
them in the Drop Box located inside the lobby. Lobby hours are
7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding Court
holidays.
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Next Steps:
When the order has been approved by the Court, it will be returned
to you in the envelope you provided for that purpose. You must then
have a copy of the order served on the other parent by mail.
FOR COURT USE ONLY
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY
(Name, State Bar number, and address):
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
CASE NUMBER:
STIPULATION AND ORDER FOR CUSTODY
AND/OR VISITATION OF CHILDREN
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-355 [New January 1, 2004]
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
FL-355
OTHER:
MODIFICATION
STIPULATION AND ORDER FOR CUSTODY
AND/OR VISITATION OF CHILDREN
The parties signing this stipulation agree that:
Each party declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.
THE COURT FINDS:
FINDINGS AND ORDER
The agreement of the parties regarding custody and visitation as set forth in the attached document dated
(specify):
and consisting of
(number):
pages or set forth in the attached forms:
THE COURT ORDERS:
Date: ______________________________________________
JUDICIAL OFFICER
FL-341(A) FL-341(B) FL-341(C) FL-341(D) FL-341(E)
is adopted as the order of the court and fully incorporated by reference herein.
are their agreement regarding custody and/or visitation of their children and request that they be made an order of the court.
The parties stipulate that the attached forms
b.
(SIGNATURE OF PETITIONER)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF RESPONDENT)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF ATTORNEY FOR RESPONDENT)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF OTHER)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
(SIGNATURE OF ATTORNEY FOR OTHER)
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
Date:
www.courtinfo.ca.gov
ATTORNEY FOR
(Name):
TELEPHONE NO: FAX NO.
(Optional):
E-MAIL ADDRESS
(Optional):
FL-341
This court has jurisdiction over the minor children because California is the children's home state.
The habitual residence of the children is the United States of America.
The parties acknowledge they were advised that any violation of this order may result in civil or criminal penalties, or both.
The parties stipulate that the attached document, dated
(specify):
and consisting of
(number):
pages is their
custody and visitation agreement and request that it be made an order of the court, or
1.
2.
3.
4.
a.
This court has jurisdiction over the minor children because California is the children's home state.
The habitual residence of the children is the United States of America.
Both parties have been advised that any violation of this order may result in civil or criminal penalties, or both.
1.
2.
3.
1.
FL-341(A) FL-341(B) FL-341(C) FL-341(D) FL-341(E)
FL-341
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d.
a.
(name):
will be as follows:
The parties will go to child custody mediation or child custody recommending counseling at (specify date, time, and
No Visitation (Parenting Time)
Visitation (Parenting Time) for the
petitioner
respondent other
location):
-page document See the attached
b.
c.
e.
Reasonable right of visitation to the party without physical custody (not appropriate in cases involving domestic
violence)
(1)
at
(day of week) (time)
from
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th weekend of the month
p.m./ if applicable, specify:a.m.
at
(day of week) (time)
to
a.m.
p.m./ if applicable, specify:
after school
start of school
after school
start of school
(Note: The first weekend of the month is the first weekend with a Saturday.)
(date):
Weekends starting
(b)
(a)
having the initial fifth weekend, which starts (date):
The parties will alternate the fifth weekends, with the
other parent/party
respondent
petitioner
even numbered months.odd
The other parent/party respondentpetitioner will have the
CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION (PARENTING TIME)
ORDER ATTACHMENT
Family Code, §§ 3020, 3022, 3025,
3040–3043, 3048, 3100, 6340, 7604
www.courts.ca.gov
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341 [Rev. July 1, 2016]
5.
7.
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Penalties for violating this order. If you violate this order, you may be subject to civil or criminal penalties, or both.
4.
6.
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION (PARENTING TIME) ORDER ATTACHMENT
TO
Stipulation and Order fo Custody and/or Visitation of Children (form FL-355)
Findings and Order After Hearing (form FL-340) Judgment (form FL-180) Judgment (form FL-250)
Other (specify):
1.
2.
Jurisdiction. This court has jurisdiction to make child custody orders in this case under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and
Enforcement Act (Fam. Code, §§ 3400–3465).
Notice and opportunity to be heard. The responding party was given notice and an opportunity to be heard, as provided by the
laws of the State of California.
3. Country of habitual residence. The country of habitual residence of the child or children in this case is
(specify):
Other
the United States
Child Custody. Custody of the minor children of the parties is awarded as follows:
Child abduction prevention. There is a risk that one of the parties will take the children out of California without the other
party's permission. (Child Abduction Prevention Orders Attachment (form FL-341(B)) must be attached and must be obeyed.)
Visitation (Parenting Time)
Child's Name
Legal custody to: (person who makes
decisions about health, education, etc.)
Birth Date
Physical custody to:
(person with whom child lives)
FL-341
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
fifth weekend in
10.
a.
c.
b.
(specify):
the state of California.
the following counties
other places
(specify):
9.
b.
c.
d.
a.
(address):
(specify):
Transportation to begin the visits will be provided by the
Transportation from the visits will be provided by the
The exchange point at the beginning of the visit will be at
The exchange point at the end of the visit will be at
During the exchanges, the party driving the children will wait in the car and the other party will wait in his or her
home (or exchange location) while the children go between the car and the home (or exchange location).
Other (specify):
other
respondent petitioner
(address):
(specify):
other
respondent petitioner
The children must be driven only by a licensed and insured driver. The car or truck must have legal child restraint
devices.
f.
g.
e.
8.
(specify):
FL-341 [Rev. July 1, 2016]
(You must attach Supervised Visitation Order (form FL-341(A).)
must have written permission from the other parent or a court order to take the children out of
The
(name):
will have supervised visitation (parenting time) with the minor children according to the schedule set forth on page 1.
(2)
Alternate weekends starting
(date):
at
(day of week) (time)
from
a.m.
p.m./ if applicable, specify:
at
(day of week)
to a.m.
p.m./ if applicable, specify:
after school
start of school
after school
start of school
after school
start of school
after school
start of school
(time)
(3)
(date):
Weekdays starting
at
(day of week) (time)
from
at
(day of week) (time)
to
(4)
Other visitation (parenting time) days and restrictions are:
listed in Attachment 7e(4) (form
as follows:
MC-025 may be used for this purpose)
p.m./ if applicable, specify:
a.m.
a.m.
p.m./ if applicable, specify:
e.
Visitation (Parenting Time) (continued)
Supervised visitation (parenting time). Until
Transportation for visitation (parenting time)
further order of the court other
other
respondent petitioner
Travel with children. The
petitioner respondent other parent/party
(name):
CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION (PARENTING TIME)
ORDER ATTACHMENT
Page 2 of 3
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
FL-341
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
7.
12.
13.
15.
attached schedule. (Additional Provisions—Physical Custody Attachment (form FL-341(D)
) may be used for this purpose.)
(Joint Legal Custody Attachment (form FL-341(E)
) may be used for this purpose.)
11. The children will spend holiday time as listed
Holiday Schedule Attachment (form FL-341(C)
) may be used for this purpose.)
Other (specify):
FL-341 [Rev. July 1, 2016]
CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION (PARENTING TIME)
ORDER ATTACHMENT
Page 3 of 3
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
Holiday schedule. below
in the attached schedule (Children's
The parties will follow the additional custody provisions listed
Additional custody provisions.
below in the
The parties will share joint legal custody as listed
Joint legal custody.
in the attached schedule. below
14. Access to children's records. Both the custodial and noncustodial parent have the right to access records and information
about their minor children (including medical, dental, and school records) and consult with professionals who are providing services
to the children.
FL-341
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
INFORMATION SHEET FOR PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL
Use these instructions to complete the
Proof of Service by Mail
(form FL-335).
A person at least 18 years of age or older must serve the documents. There are two ways to serve documents:
(1) personal delivery and (2) by mail. See the
Proof of Personal Service
(form FL-330) if the documents are being
personally served. The person who serves the documents must complete a proof of service form for the documents
being served.
You cannot serve documents if you are a party to the action.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PERSON WHO SERVES THE DOCUMENTS (TYPE OR PRINT IN BLACK INK)
You must complete a proof of service for each package of documents you serve. For example, if you serve the respondent
and the other parent, you must complete two proofs of service; one for the respondent and one for the other parent.
Complete the top section of the proof of service forms as follows:
documents.
Second box, left side:
Print the name of the county in which the legal action is filed and the court’s address in this box.
Third box, left side
: Print the names of the petitioner/plaintiff, respondent/defendant, and other parent in this box. Use
the same names listed on the documents you are serving.
First box, top of form, right side:
Leave this box blank for the court’s use.
You cannot serve a temporary restraining order by mail. You must serve those documents by personal service.
You are stating that you are at least 18 years old and that you are not a party to this action. You are also stating that
you either live in or are employed in the county where the mailing took place.
Print your home or business address.
List the name of each document that you mailed (the exact names are listed on the bottoms of the forms).
Check this box if you put the documents in the regular U.S. mail.
Check this box if you put the documents in the mail at your place of employment.
Print the name you put on the envelope containing the documents.
Print the address you put on the envelope containing the documents.
Print the date that you put the envelope containing the documents in the mail.
Print the city and state you were in when you mailed the envelope containing the documents.
You are stating under penalty of perjury that the information you have provided is true and correct.
Print your name, fill in the date, and sign the form.
If you need additional assistance with this form, contact the family law facilitator in your county.
INFORMATION SHEET FOR PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL
FL-335-INFO [New January 1, 2012]
Page 1 of 1
First box, left side:
In this box print the name, address, and phone number of the person for whom you are serving the
Second box, right side:
Print the case number in this box. This number is also stated on the documents you are serving.
2.
1.
3.
a.
b.
4. a.
b.
c.
d.
6.
Check this box if you are serving an address verification form (required for service by mail of a postjudgment request to
change a child custody, visitation, or child support order).
5.
Third box, right side:
Print the hearing date, time, and department. Use the same information that is on the documents
you are serving.
FL-335-INFO
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 1013, 1013a
www.courts.ca.gov
Use the same address for the court that is on the documents you are serving.
FL-335
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY
(Name, State Bar number, and address):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
CASE NUMBER:
PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL
NOTICE: To serve temporary restraining orders you must use personal service (see form FL-330).
I am at least 18 years of age, not a party to this action, and I am a resident of or employed in the county where the mailing took
place.
My residence or business address is:
I served a copy of the following documents
(specify):
by enclosing them in an envelope AND
a.
depositing
the sealed envelope with the United States Postal Service with the postage fully prepaid.
b.
The envelope was addressed and mailed as follows:
Name of person served:
Date mailed:
Place of mailing
(city and state):
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.
Date:
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (SIGNATURE OF PERSON COMPLETING THIS FORM)
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Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-335 [Rev. January 1, 2012]
PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 1013, 1013a
1.
2.
3.
placing
the envelope for collection and mailing on the date and at the place shown in item 4 following our ordinary
business practices. I am readily familiar with this business’s practice for collecting and processing correspondence for
mailing. On the same day that correspondence is placed for collection and mailing, it is deposited in the ordinary course of
business with the United States Postal Service in a sealed envelope with postage fully prepaid.
4.
Address:b.
a.
c.
d.
6.
www.courts.ca.gov
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF:
RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
I served a request to modify a child custody, visitation, or child support judgment or permanent order which included an
5.
address verification declaration.
(Declaration Regarding Address Verification—Postjudgment Request to Modify a Child
Custody, Visitation, or Child Support Order
(form FL-334) may be used for this purpose.)
HEARING DATE:
DEPT.:
HEARING TIME:
FAX NO.
(Optional):
E-MAIL ADDRESS
(Optional):
ATTORNEY FOR
(Name):
TELEPHONE NO.:
(If applicable, provide):
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If the noncustodial party fails to arrive at the appointed time and fails to notify the custodial party that he or she will
be late, then the custodial party need wait for only minutes before considering the
visitation (parenting time) canceled.
(specify number):
a.
b.
c.
If the noncustodial party is unable to exercise visitation (parenting time) on a given occasion, he or she must notify
the custodial party (specify):
If the children are ill and unable to participate in the scheduled visitation (parenting time), the custodial party must
give the noncustodial party (specify):
A doctor's excuse.
at the earliest possible opportunity.
Other
as much notice as possible.
(specify):
Other
(specify):
In the event any party requires child care for
hours or more
while the children are in his or her custody, the other party or parties must be given first opportunity, with as much prior
notice as possible, to care for the children before other arrangements are made. Unless specifically agreed or ordered by the
court, this order does not include regular child care needed when a party is working.
Each party must notify the other
days before any
planned change in residence of the children. The notification must state, to the extent known, the planned address of the
children, including the county and state of the new residence. The notification must be sent by certified mail, return receipt
requested.
ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS—PHYSICAL CUSTODY ATTACHMENT
TO Petition
Response
Stipulation and Order for Custody and/or Visitation of Children
Findings and Order After Hearing or Judgment
Responsive Declaration to Request for Order
Request for Order
telephone/message number at
address for a.
b.
The parties may not use such information for the purpose of harassing, annoying, or disturbing the peace of the other or
invading the other's privacy. No residence or work address is needed if a party has an address with the State of
California's Safe at Home confidential address program.
residence workmailing
home the children's schoolswork
e-mail
cell phone
must notify all parties within (specify number):
days of any change in his or her
1. Notification of parties' current address.
2.
(specify number):
Notification of proposed move of child.
3.
a.
b.
The children must not be left alone without age-appropriate supervision.
The parties must let each other know the name, address, and phone number of the children's regular child-care
providers.
Child care.
4.
(specify number):
Right of first option of child care.
5. Canceled visitation (parenting time).
children at reasonable times, for reasonable durations.
a.
b.
c.
The children may have telephone access to the parties
and the parties may have telephone access to the
No party or any other third party may listen to, monitor, or interfere with the calls.
The custodial parent must make the child available for the following scheduled telephone contact
(specify child's
telephone contact with each party):
6.
Phone contact between parties and children.
ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS—PHYSICAL CUSTODY ATTACHMENT
Family Code, §§ 3003, 3024, 3083
www.courts.ca.gov
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(D) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
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The additional provisions to physical custody apply to (specify parties):
Petitioner
Respondent Other Parent/Party
Petitioner Respondent Other Parent/Party
Other (specify):
Custody Order—Juvenile—Final Judgment
FL-341(D)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
(specify name):
a.
b.
The children will have no contact with
The children must not be left alone in the presence of (specify name):
14. Children's clothing and belongings.
Third-party contact.
may not consume
alcoholic beverages, narcotics, or restricted dangerous drugs (except by prescription) within hours
before or during periods of time with the children
10.
(specify number):
Alcohol or substance abuse. The petitioner respondent
and may not permit any third party to do so in the presence of the
other parent/party
No use of children as messengers. The parties will communicate directly with each other on matters concerning the
children and may not use the children as messengers between them.
children.
11.
No exposure to cigarette or medical marijuana smoke. The parties will not expose the children to secondhand cigarette
or medical marijuana smoke.
No interference with schedule of any party without that party's consent. The parties will not schedule activities for the
children during the other party's scheduled visitation (parenting time) without the other party's prior agreement.
12.
13.
a.
b.
Each party will maintain clothing for the children so that the children do not have to make the exchanges with
additional clothing.
The children will be returned to the other party with the clothing and other belongings they had when they arrived.
15.
Log book. The parties will maintain a "log book" and make sure that the book is sent with the children between their
homes. Using businesslike notes (no personal comments), parties will record information related to the health, education,
and welfare issues that arise during the time the children are with them.
16.
Terms and conditions of order may be changed. The terms and conditions of this order may be added to or changed as
the needs of the children and parties change. Such changes will be in writing, dated and signed by the parties; each party
will retain a copy. If the parties want a change to be a court order, it must be filed with the court in the form of a court
document.
17. Other (specify):
ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS—PHYSICAL CUSTODY ATTACHMENT
FL-341(D) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
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7.
No negative comments. The parties will not make or allow others to make negative comments about each other or about
their past or present relationships, family, or friends within hearing distance of the children.
Discussion of court proceedings with children. Other than age-appropriate discussion of the parenting plan and the
children's role in mediation or other court proceedings, the parties will not discuss with the children any court proceedings
relating to custody or visitation (parenting time).
9.
8.
FL-341(D)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
RESPONDENT:
The will be responsible for making decisions regarding
the following issues (specify):
a.
b.
petitioner other parent/party respondent
Both the custodial and noncustodial parent have the right to access records and information about their minor children
(including medical, dental, and school records) and consult with professionals who are providing services to the children.
JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY ATTACHMENT
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(E) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
Page 1 of 1
Family Code, §§ 3003, 3025, 3083
www.courts.ca.gov
JOINT LEGAL CUSTODY ATTACHMENT
In exercising joint legal custody, the parties will share in the responsibility and discuss in good faith matters concerning the health,
education, and welfare of the children. The parties must discuss and consent in making decisions on the following matters:
If a party does not obtain the consent of the other party to those items in 2, which are granted as court orders:
5.
a.
d.
b.
c.
f.
g.
6.
will have joint legal custody of the children.
4.
a.
b.
c.
Each party must notify the other of the name and address of each health practitioner who examines or treats the
children; such notification must be made within (specify number): days of the first treatment or examination.
Each party is authorized to take any and all actions necessary to protect the health and welfare of the children,
including but not limited to consent to emergency surgical procedures or treatment. The party authorizing such
emergency treatment must notify the other party as soon as possible of the emergency situation and of all
procedures or treatment administered to the children.
The parties are required to administer any prescribed medications for the children.
8.
7.
1.
2.
3.
He or she may be subject to civil or criminal penalties.
The court may change the legal and physical custody of the minor children.
a.
b.
c.
TO
Petition
Response
Stipulation and Order for Custody and/or Visitation of Children
Findings and Order After Hearing or Judgment
Responsive Declaration to Request for OrderRequest for Order
Enrollment in or leaving a particular private or public school or daycare center
Out-of-country or out-of-state travel
Participation in extracurricular activities
Beginning or ending of psychiatric, psychological, or other mental health counseling or therapy
Selection of a doctor, dentist, or other health professional (except in emergency situations)
Other consequences (specify):
Special decision making designation and access to children's records
Health-care notification.
School notification. Each party will be designated as a person the children's school will contact in the event of an
emergency.
Name. The parties will not change the last name of the children or have a different name used on the children's medical,
school, or other records without the written consent of the other party.
Other (specify):
Petitioner Respondent Other Parent/Party
The parties (specify):
NOTICE! In exercising joint legal custody, the parties may act alone, as long as the action does not conflict with any orders
about the physical custody of the children. Use this form only if you want to ask the court to make orders specifying when
the consent of both parties is required to exercise legal control of the children and the consequences for failing to
obtain mutual consent.
Participation in particular religious activities or institutions
e.
Other
Other (specify):
Custody Order—Juvenile—Final Judgment
FL-341(E)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
(specify):
CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ATTACHMENT
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Family Code, §§ 3003, 3083
www.courts.ca.gov
CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ATTACHMENT
1. Holiday parenting. The following table shows the holiday parenting schedules. Write "Petitioner," "Respondent," "Other Parent," or
"Other Party" to specify each parent's (or party's) years—odd or even numbered years or both ("every year")—and under "Times,"
specify the starting and ending days and times.
Holidays
Times (from when to when)
(Unless noted below, all single-
day holidays start at a.m.
and end at p.m.)
Every Year
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Even Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
Odd Numbered
Years
Petitioner/
Respondent/
Other Parent/Party
December 31 (New Year's Eve)
January 1 (New Year's Day)
Martin Luther King's Birthday (weekend)
February 12 (Lincoln's Birthday)
President's Day (Weekend)
President's Week Recess, first half
President's Week Recess, second half
Spring Break, first half
Spring Break, second half
Mother's Day
Memorial Day (weekend)
Father's Day
July 4th
Summer Break
Labor Day (weekend)
Columbus Day (weekend)
Halloween
November 11 (Veterans Day)
Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving weekend
December/January School Break
Child's birthday (date):
Child's birthday (date):
Child's birthday (date):
Mother's birthday (date):
Father's birthday (date):
Other Parent/Party's
birthday (date):
Breaks for year-round schools
Note: Unless specifically ordered, a child's holiday schedule order has priority over the regular parenting time.
TO Petition
Response
Stipulation and Order for Custody and/or Visitation of Children
Findings and Order After Hearing or Judgment
Responsive Declaration to Request for Order
Request for Order
Form Approved for Optional Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(C) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
Other (specify):
Visitation Order—Juvenile
FL-341(C)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
FL-341(A)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
RESPONDENT/DEFENDANT:
SUPERVISED VISITATION ORDER
Attachment to Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Order Attachment (form FL-341)
1.
abduction of child(ren)
sexual abuse
physical abuse
domestic violence
drug abuse
alcohol abuse
neglect
(specify):
other
2.
The court finds, under Family Code section 3100, that the best interest of the child(ren) requires that visitation by
THE COURT MAKES THE FOLLOWING ORDERS
3.
CHILD(REN) TO BE SUPERVISED
Child's Name SexAgeBirth Date
4.
TYPE
a.
Supervised visitation
b.
Supervised exchange only
5.
SUPERVISED VISITATION PROVIDER
a.
Professional (individual provider or supervised visitation center)
b.
Nonprofessional
6.
AUTHORIZED PROVIDER
Name TelephoneAddress
Any other mutually agreed-upon third party as arranged.
7.
DURATION AND FREQUENCY OF VISITS (see form FL-341 for specifics of visitation):
8.
PAYMENT RESPONSIBILITY % % %
Petitioner:
Respondent:
9.
Petitioner will contact professional provider or supervised visitation center no later than
(date):
Respondent will contact professional provider or supervised visitation center no later than
(date):
THE COURT FURTHER ORDERS
10.
Page 1 of 1
SUPERVISED VISITATION ORDER
Family Code, §§ 3100, 3031
www.courts.ca.gov
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(A) [Rev. January 1, 2015]
Evidence has been presented in support of a request that the contact of
with the child(ren) be supervised based upon allegations of
Petitioner Respondent
Other Parent/Party
disputes these allegations and the court reserves the findings on
these issues pending further investigation and hearing or trial.
Petitioner
Respondent Other Parent/Party
must, until further order of the court, be limited to contact
supervised by the person(s) set forth in item 6 below pending further investigation and hearing or trial.
Petitioner Respondent Other Parent/Party
Other Parent/Party:
Other Parent/party will contact professional provider or supervised visitation center no later than
(date):
. The terms of the bond are (specify):
before the children can
travel to that state for visits.
(specify):
(specify):
$
Supervised visitation (parenting time). The terms are (check one):
as follows:as specified on attached form FL-341(A)
The party in item 1 must post a bond for
The party in item 1 must not move from the following locations with the children without permission in writing from the
other parent or party or a court order:
The party in item 1 must not travel with the children out of (check all that apply):
The party in item 1 must register this order in the state of
The party in item 1 must not apply for a passport or any other vital document, such as a visa or birth certificate, that
can be used for travel.
Current residence
This county
Current school district
Other
(specify):
this county. the United States.
California.
Other
(specify):
a.
The court finds there is a risk that will take the child
without permission because that party (check all that apply):
(specify name of party):
1.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
(NOTE: If item "f" is checked, at least one other factor must be checked, too.)
has violated—or threatened to violate—a custody or visitation (parenting time) order in the past.
does not have strong ties to California.
has done things that make it easy for him or her to take the children away without any permission, such as
(check all that apply):
quit a job.
closed a bank account.
sold or gotten rid of assets.
applied for a passport, birth certificate, or school or medical records.
Other (specify):
has a history of (check all that apply):
has a criminal record.
has family or emotional ties to another county, state, or foreign country.
domestic violence.
child abuse.
not cooperating with the other parent or party in parenting.
hidden or destroyed documents.
ended a lease.
sold his or her home.
THE COURT ORDERS, to prevent the party in item 1 from taking the children without permission:
2.
3.
4.
CHILD ABDUCTION PREVENTION ORDER ATTACHMENT
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Judicial Council of California
FL-341(B) [Rev. July 1, 2016]
Page 1 of 2
Family Code, § 3048; 42 U.S.C. § 11601
www.courts.ca.gov
CHILD ABDUCTION PREVENTION ORDER ATTACHMENT
TO
5.
6.
7.
FL-341(B)
CASE NUMBER:
PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
OTHER PARENT/PARTY:
Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time) Order Attachment (form FL-341)
(specify):
Other
Custody Order—Juvenile—Final Judgment (form JV-200)
THIS IS A COURT ORDER.
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