Initiating Application (Family Law)

Initiating Application (family law)

When is this form used?

This form is used for certain child support applications. For a list of applications, see the Child Support Applications brochure.

What else is filed with this form?

1. An affidavit setting out the facts and circumstances relied on and the grounds of the application, attaching:

  • a copy of any assessment made by the Child Support Registrar relevant to the application
  • a copy of any decision made by the Child Support Registrar or Administrative Appeals Tribunal relevant to the application and statement of reasons for that decision, and
  • a copy of any orders relevant to the application.

2. A completed financial statement or affidavit of financial affairs.

Enforcement of Financial Orders and Obligations

Application in a Case
Affidavit
Enforcement Warrant – Seizure and Sale of Property
Third Party Debt Notice

Please note: when seeking to appeal from a decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) in a child support first review,  or the Child Support Registrar (CSR) to issue a departure prohibition order please see the Child Support section in the General Federal Law jurisdiction.

Forms approved by the Chief Judge, pursuant to Subrule 2.04 (1a) of the Federal Circuit Court Rules 2001 – from 17 April 2012

Child Support 

Initiating Application (family law)

Subrule 25A.02(1)

The FCC only has the power to hear certain type of child support matters directly. In these situations, use the Initiating Application (Family law).

What else is filed?
Financial statement
Supporting Affidavit
     

Enforcement Proceedings

 

 

 

Application in a Case Subrule 25B.09(2)(a)    

What else is filed?
Supporting Affidavit

 

 

 

Enforcement Warrant – Seizure and Sale of Property Rule 25B.22 Approved for use FCoA form
Third Party Debt Notice Rule 25B.40 Approved for use FCoA form
Brochure      
Enforcement Hearings Subrule 25B.17(3)(b) Approved Brochure  

Notice of Appeal – Child Support *** filed in the General Federal Law registry of the Federal Circuit Court

Subrule 25A.02(2)

Approved form

Approved form, primarily used in appealing a decision of the AAT in a child support first review however can be used when seeking to appeal from a decision of the Child Support Registrar (CSR) to issue a departure prohibition order

Brochure

 

 

 

Child Support Applications

Subrule 25A.07(5)

Approved Brochure

 

What else is filed?
See Rule 25A.05
Also see requirement to serve a brochure called ‘Child Support Applications’ approved by the Chief Judge; Subrule 25A.07(5)

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