Administrative Order Appointing Designee to Receive Reports Pursuant to Pa.R.J.C.P. 1604(B); No. 586 CD 2010
[40 Pa.B. 2934]
[Saturday, June 5, 2010]
And Now, May 12, 2010 pursuant to Rule 1604(B) of the Pa. Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure, the President Judge hereby appoints the Clarion County Court Administrator as designee to receive reports of a foster parent, pre-adoptive parent or relative providing care for a child, submitted regarding the child's adjustment, progress and condition for view by the Court in dependency hearings.
The report to the herein appointed designee shall be submitted at least seven (7) days prior to the hearing. The Court Administrator, no later than one business day following receipt of the report, shall promptly distribute said report to the Judge before whom the hearing will be held. Further, the Court Administrator shall file the original report with the Clerk of Courts and distribute copies to the attorneys of record, unrepresented parties and Children & Youth Services, as well as the court-appointed special advocate if one is appointed.
At the time that Children & Youth Services distributes the form designated by 42 Pa.C.S. § 6336.1(b), which shall be not less than twenty-one days prior to the scheduled hearing, they shall provide to the Clarion County Court Administrator a list of those parties to whom the form was distributed as well as a complete list of those persons who should receive the completed form along with their addresses.
This order shall become effective thirty days after its publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
By the Court
JAMES G. ARNER,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 10-1028. Filed for public inspection June 4, 2010, 9:00 a.m.]
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