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New York Family Court - Article 10-A - (1086 - 1090) Permanency Hearings for Children Placed Out of Their Homes

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  • New York Family Court - Article 10-A - Permanency Hearings for Children Placed Out of Their Homes
    Section 1086. Purpose. 1087. Definitions. 1088. Continuing court jurisdiction. 1089. Permanency hearings. 1089-a. Custody or guardianship with relatives or suitable persons pursuant to article six...
  • New York Family Court - § 1086 - Purpose
    of this article is to establish uniform procedures for permanency hearings for all children who are placed in foster care pursuant to section three hundred...
  • New York Family Court - § 1087 - Definitions
    When used in this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (a) "Child" shall mean a person under the age of eighteen who...
  • New York Family Court - § 1088 - Continuing Court Jurisdiction
    If a child is placed pursuant to section three hundred fifty-eight-a, three hundred eighty-four, or three hundred eighty-four-a of the social services law, or pursuant...
  • New York Family Court - § 1089 - Permanency Hearings
    shall continue to be held for any child who has returned to his or her parents on a trial discharge. Where the permanency goal for...
  • New York Family Court - § 1089-A - Custody or Guardianship With Relatives or Suitable Persons Pursuant to Article Six of This Act or Guardianship Pursuant to Article Seventeen of the
    surrogate's court procedure act. (a) Where the permanency plan is placement with a fit and willing relative, the court may issue an order of custody...
  • New York Family Court - § 1090 - Representation of Parties
    (a) If an attorney for the child has been appointed by the family court in a proceeding pursuant to this article or section three hundred...