Modification Petition What do I do now? Sign the Support Modification Petition. Please complete the Family Court Information Sheet. Your petition is not filed until you give it and any necessary documents to Family Court. How do I file my petition? You must take your papers to the Family Court Clerk’s Office. Depending on where you live, you can mail your petition to Family Court. Please call your local Family Court for more information. What documents should I bring to Family Court when I file my petition? ·The original Support Modification Petition – please sign it ·A copy of the Order of Support ·········Family Court Information Sheet ·NYS DIY Forms User Survey How do I get a copy of my support order? Contact the Family Court that granted the support order. How much is the filing fee? There are no filing fees in Family Court. Can I mail my petition to Family Court? If your county lets you mail in your petition, please mail these things to the Family Court: (The address is below. ) ·The original Support Modification Petition – please sign it ·Three (3) copies of the Support Modification Petition ·A copy of the Order of Support ··········Family Court Information Sheet ·NYS DIY Forms User Survey
Where is the Family Court located? Suffolk County Family Court 400 Carleton Avenue Central Islip, NY 11722 (631) 853-4289 What happens after I file my petition? After the petition is filed, the Family Court Clerk’s Office will give you a hearing date and you will get a copy of the petition. The summons will be attached. The clerk will also give you a “Financial Disclosure Affidavit. ”[->0] You must complete the financial affidavit before your hearing date. How do I apply for child support services with the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE)? OCSE has offices in every county.
You can walk in, meet with a clerk and fill out an application for services. For more information, call (888) 208-4485. What is the “Financial Disclosure Affidavit” for? The information about your income and expenses will help the Judge make a decision. You must complete the “Financial Disclosure Affidavit” before your hearing. If you have to complete service, the Family Court will give you instructions on how to complete service. F. C. A. §§ 440, 442-447, 449, 451, 461, 466, 467, 652, 654S. S. L. §111-g|DIY / Form 4-11| FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORKCOUNTY OF SUFFOLK|||
The undersigned Petitioner respectfully shows that: 1. Petitioner, Theresa Lynn Durkin, resides at 862 West Bay Drive, West Islip, NY 11795. Petitioner, Theresa Lynn Durkin, has a child in common with the respondent, Sean Kevin Frawley. Petitioner, Theresa Lynn Durkin, is the person with physical custody of and is the mother of the child, Sean Brian Frawley. Petitioner, Theresa Lynn Durkin, is the person with physical custody of and is the mother of the child, Breaden Michael Frawley. | Respondent, Sean Kevin Frawley, resides at 43 Midwood Rd, West Babylon, NY 1174. Respondent, Sean Kevin Frawley, has a child in common with the petitioner, Theresa Lynn Durkin. Respondent, Sean Kevin Frawley, is the non-custodial party of and is the father of the child, Sean Brian Frawley. |
Respondent, Sean Kevin Frawley, is the non-custodial party of and is the father of the child, Breaden Michael Frawley. | 2. 3. 4. 5. . 7. 8. An order dated on or about September 19, 2001 was entered in Suffolk County, NY wherein Sean Kevin Frawley shall pay to Theresa Lynn Durkin the amount of $791. 00 monthly. A true copy of the order is attached and made part of this Petition. 9. 10. The name, present address, and date of birth of each child who is the subject of this proceeding are as follows:Name|Address|Date of Birth| Sean Brian Frawley|862 West Bay Drive, West Islip, NY 11795|May 19, 1994| Breaden Michael Frawley|862 West Bay Drive, West Islip, NY 11795|August 20, 1999| 11. 2. 13. 14. 15. Since the entry of said order, there has been a change of circumstances in that: ·········Respondent’s income has gone up. ·····················
My expenses have gone up. ····Aside from my unforseen medical expenses, My eldest son is now trying to go to college and this is an impossibility with the money we live on. It has also recently come to my attention that the respondant has been getting yearly wage increase since my first order, so I am asking the court to consider retroactive support payments as well. ··············································· 16. By reason of said subsequent change of circumstances, this order should be modified in the following respects: ·····The order of support to be increased. ····················· 17. No previous application has been made to any court or judge including a native American tribunal, or is presently pending before any judge or court, for the relief requested in this petition.. 18. Petitioner does not wish to make application for child support services.