Pro Se Post Judgment Actions in Family and Paternity Cases

Ozaukee Co. Circuit Court Pro Se Post Judgment Actions in Family Cases
Title of Form Form No. Purpose of Form Distribution Fee

Stipulation and Order to Change: Custody/ Placement/Support/ Maintenance

FA-604

Parties agree to modifications of an original judgment. Eliminates need for hearing.

Original to Court, copies to each party. Child Support agency should receive prior to Court filing for approval if required.

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Petition to Enforce Physical Placement Order

FA-609

Allows a parent who has been awarded physical placement to seek enforcement of a physical placement order.

Original to Court, copies to petitioner for service on respondent.

None

Notice of Motion and Motion to: (Change Legal Custody, Physical Placement, Child Support, Maintenance and/or Other)

FA-4170

Give notice to another party that a request is being made and a hearing will be held to change a current order.

Original to Clerk of Court, copies for service on all parties. 

$30.00 for changing support/maintenance

$50.00 for changing placement/visitation

Can complete Petition for waiver of fees

Order to Show Cause and Affidavit to: (Change Legal Custody, Physical Placement, Child Support, Maintenance and/or Other)

FA-4171

Used to order another party to come to court to justify why requested change should not be granted. 

Original to Clerk of Court, copies for service on all parties. Must be personally served on the other party. 

$30.00 for changing support/maintenance

$50.00 for changing placement/visitation

Can complete Petition for waiver of fees

Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Finding of Contempt

FA-4172

Used to order another party to come to court to justify why they should not be found in contempt of court for past violations of a current order.

Original to Clerk of Court, copies for service on all parties. Must be personally served on the other party.

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Petition and Waiver of Fees/Costs, Affidavit of Indigency and Order

CV-410

Affidavit to be completed by individual seeking to waive fees and costs in commencing, prosecuting or defending any matter in any circuit court. The court will use the court order section to grant or deny the relief.

The party seeking the indigency determination will complete the affidavit. The judge or court commissioner will complete the Court Order portion after reviewing the affidavit. 

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