You indicate you have children.
Because you have children, on #170 (Declaration for Default or Uncontested), items #7 (Child Custody), and #8 (Child visitation), need to be checked.
Then on #180(Judgment) you need to check #4. and the approriate boxes, and that will include numbers 4.K, 4.l., 4.m.
If you do not have a judgment regarding custody and visiation, you walk away with absolutely no orders, and this issue can be litigated tomorrow, or years from today.
Take care of it now.
Because on form 180 (Judgment), you check number 2 "Default or uncontested", all the proposed judgment will then become your final judgment.
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