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JV-367 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLY TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS (Optional): ATTORNEY FOR (Name): FAX NO. (Optional): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME: NONMINOR'S NAME: NONMINOR'S DATE OF BIRTH: HEARING DATE AND TIME: DEPT.: CASE NUMBER: FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO CONSIDER TERMINATION OF JUVENILE COURT JURISDICTION OVER A NONMINOR Judicial Officer: Court Clerk: Court Reporter: Bailiff: Other Court Personnel: Interpreter: Language: Present Attorney (name): Present 1. Parties (name): a. b. c. d. Nonminor: Probation officer: County agency social worker: Other (specify): 2. Parent: a. b. Father Father Mother (name): Mother (name): 3. 4. 5. 6. Legal guardian (name): Indian custodian (name): Tribal representative (name): Others present a. Other (name): b. Other (name): c. Other (name): The court has read and considered and admits into evidence: a. b. c. d. e. Report of social worker dated: Report of probation officer dated: Other (specify): Other (specify): Other (specify): Page 1 of 4 7. Form Adopted for Mandatory Use Judicial Council of California JV-367 [Rev. July 1, 2012] FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO CONSIDER TERMINATION OF JUVENILE COURT JURISDICTION OVER A NONMINOR Welfare and Institutions Code, §§ 391, 607.3; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.555 www.courts.ca.gov American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-367 NONMINOR'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: BASED ON THE FOREGOING AND ON ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS: Findings: 8. 9. Notice of the date, time, and location of the hearing was given as required by law. Nonminor who is not present: a. The nonminor expressed a wish to not appear for hearing and did not appear. b. 10. The nonminor's current location is unknown and reasonable efforts were made to locate the youth. The nonminor had the opportunity to confer with his or her attorney about the issues currently before the court. is is not in the nonminor's best interests. The facts supporting 11. Remaining under juvenile court jurisdiction this determination were stated on the record. 12. a. The nonminor does not meet the eligibility criteria in Welf. & Inst. Code, § 11403(b) to remain in foster care as a nonminor dependent under juvenile court jurisdiction at this time. The nonminor does satisfy the following criteria in Welf. & Inst. Code, § 11403(b) to remain in foster care as a nonminor dependent under juvenile court jurisdiction: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) The nonminor attends high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program. The nonminor attends a college, a community college, or a vocational education program. The nonminor attends a program or takes part in activities that will promote employment or overcome barriers to employment. The nonminor is employed at least 80 hours per month. The nonminor is incapable of doing any of the activities in (b)(1)(4) due to a medical condition. b. 13. The nonminor has an in-progress application pending for title XVI Supplemental Security Income benefits and the continuation of juvenile court jurisdiction until a final decision has been issued to ensure continued assistance with the is application process is not in the nonminor's best interest. is in the child's best interest. a. b. is not in the child's best interest as it is not necessary. The nonminor has an in-progress application pending for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or other application for legal residency for which an active juvenile court case is required. The nonminor was informed of the options available to assist with the transition from foster care to independence. The potential benefits of remaining in foster care under juvenile court jurisdiction were explained to the nonminor and the nonminor has stated that he or she understands those benefits. The nonminor was informed that if juvenile court jurisdiction is continued, he or she may have the right to have that jurisdiction terminated and that the court will maintain general jurisdiction for the purpose of resuming jurisdiction over him or her as a nonminor dependent. The nonminor was informed that if juvenile court jurisdiction is terminated, he or she has the right to file a petition to have the court resume dependency jurisdiction or transition jurisdiction over him or her so long as he or she is within the eligible age range for status as a nonminor dependent. The nonminor was provided with the information, documents, and services required under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 391(e) and a completed Termination of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction--Nonminor (form JV-365), was filed with this court. The nonminor cannot be located and reasonable efforts were made to locate him or her and, for that reason, the nonminor was not provided with the information, documents, services, and form specified in item 19a. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. a. b. JV-367 [Rev. July 1, 2012] FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO CONSIDER TERMINATION OF JUVENILE COURT JURISDICTION OVER A NONMINOR Page 2 of 4 JV-367 NONMINOR'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: 20. For a nonminor who is subject to delinquency jurisdiction, the requirements of Welf. & Inst. Code, § 607.5 were were not met. For a nonminor who is an Indian child under the Indian Child Welfare Act, he or she was was not provided with information regarding the right to continue to be considered an Indian child for the purposes of the ongoing application of the Indian Child Welfare Act to him or her as a nonminor dependent. The Transitional Independent Living Case Plan includes a plan for a placement the nonminor believes is consistent with his or her need to gain independence, reflects agreements made to obtain independent living skills, and sets out benchmarks that indicate how the nonminor and social worker or probation officer will know when independence can be achieved. The Transitional Independent Living Plan (TILP) identified the nonminor's level of functioning, emancipation goals, and the specific skills he or she needs to prepare to live independently upon leaving foster care. The 90-day Transition Plan is a concrete individualized plan that specifically covers the following areas: housing, health insurance, education, local opportunities for mentors and continuing support services, workforce supports and employment services, and information that explains how and why to designate a power of attorney for health care. 21. 22.