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House 1521: Relating to Grandparental Visitation ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1521    GENERAL BILL by Glorioso; (CO-SPONSORS) Rogers  (Similar CS/CS/S 1052)
Grandparental Visitation; Authorizes grandparent of minor child to
petition court for visitation; authorizes appointment of guardian ad
litem & mediation; provides for home-study investigation or professional
evaluation of minor if mediation fails; requires clear & convincing
evidence that denial of visitation has caused or is likely to cause
demonstrable harm to child's health, safety, or welfare, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: Upon becoming law.
03/03/09 HOUSE Filed; Introduced -HJ 00128
03/09/09 HOUSE Referred to Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP); Health Care
                  Services Policy (HFPC); Criminal & Civil Justice Policy
                  Council; Policy Council -HJ 00195
05/02/09 HOUSE Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died
                  in Committee on Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP)


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H 1521 03/03/2009 Web Page | PDF

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