This webpage is http: Let's start with the problems with parenting coordination that every lawyer knows: The parenting coordinator concept encroaches on family liberty interests, bringing the government behind the closed doors of people's lives, injecting into the private realm a third party who is not in any way more capable than either of the parents are to make day-to-day decisions about their own families, values, and goals. Parenting coordination is a made-up, make-work field that has been invented by bottom-feeding extraneous "professionals" who have literally reproduced like bacteria in the family court system.
The terms used in this chapter shall, in its interpretation and in the interpretation of other statutes, be defined as follows: No child shall be classified as drug-dependent who is dependent A upon a morphine-type substance as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical disorder other than drug dependence, or B upon amphetamine-type, ataractic, barbiturate-type, hallucinogenic or other stimulant and depressant substances as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical or psychological disorder, or both, other than drug dependence.
On and after August 15,subdivision 5 of this section, as amended by section 7 of public actis to read as follows: E re a child who is 13 years of age or older and has engaged in sexual intercourse with another person within a certain age range; P. B i I for infraction under Sec.
B i II for violation under Sec. B i for infraction under Sec. B ii for violation under Sec. D re abused child or youth and adding exception for impoverished child or youth, added new Subdiv.
A and B designators and adding Subpara. C re child or youth identified as victim of trafficking; P. Annotations to former section Annotations to present section: In predictive neglect proceedings, trial court must find with respect to each parent who has entered a plea contesting the neglect petition and who has expressed a willingness to care for the child independently of the other parent, if the child were to remain in that parent's independent care, the child would be denied proper care and attention, physically, educationally, emotionally or morally or would be permitted to live under conditions, circumstances or associations injurious to the well-being of the child; if the parents indicate they intend to care for the child jointly or if a court discredits a claim that a parent will care for the child independently, the court may treat the parents as a single unit.
Where statutory requirements are met, a mother's prenatal conduct can be basis of a finding of neglect or termination of parental rights.
It is not a constitutional right, but rather a statutory right, to be considered a juvenile. Adjudication of neglect may be based on potential risk of harm.
In a substantiation of abuse hearing, if it is shown that child has sustained a nonaccidental injury as result of parent administered corporal punishment, hearing officer must determine whether the punishment was reasonable and whether parent believed the punishment was necessary to maintain discipline or to promote child's welfare.
Although no actual harm was done to child, child was neglected within definition of section because the father was not taking his medication as required to remedy his known mental health condition and neither he nor respondent understood, or attempted to learn, extent of the risk that father may have posed to the child in his unmedicated state.
An adjudication of neglect relates to the status of the child and is not necessarily premised on parental fault, and a finding that a child is neglected is different from finding who is responsible for child's condition of neglect. Read together with Sec.[Rev. 6/2/ PM] CHAPTER B - PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM ABUSE AND NEGLECT.
GENERAL PROVISIONS. NRS B Definitions.. NRS B “Abuse or neglect of a child” defined.. NRS B “Agency which provides child welfare services” defined.. NRS B “Central Registry” defined. Organization of the Circuit Court; Office of the Chief Judge. Court Related Services. Office of Interpreter Services; Mandatory Arbitration.
For Litigant Attorneys. Indiana Rules of Court. Rules for Admission to the Bar.
and the Discipline of Attorneys. Including Amendments Received Through March 15, TABLE OF CONTENTS. This chapter course was a great introduction of what the Guardian Ad Litem program is, how the court system works, and what my role will be as a GAL volunteer and what will duties will be expected of me/5(27).
This electronic resource is designed to provide DJJ staff and the general public with an efficient method to access South Carolina statutes, organized by topic area, that impact children in . Wisconsin Guardians Ad Litem Guardian ad Litem Workgroup The Battered Women’s Justice Project Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts The domestic abuse programs and guardians ad litem who helped us compile sample INTRODUCTION.
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