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Order Of Adjudication (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication) 8.975 - Florida

Order Of Adjudication (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication) Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in Juvenile Statewide .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE _________________ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR _________________ COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION In the Interest of ) ) ) ) Case No. ____________________ a child children ORDER OF ADJUDICATION THIS CAUSE came before this court on ____________, 20__, under chapter 39, Florida Statutes, for adjudication of the Petition For Dependency filed by ______________________. Present before the court were ________________________, Petitioner ________________________, Attorney for Petitioner ________________________, Attorney for department ________________________, Department caseworker ________________________, Mother ________________________, Attorney for mother ________________________, Father of ________________________ ________________________, Attorney for father ________________________, Guardian ad litem ________________________, Attorney for guardian ad litem ________________________, Legal custodian ________________________, Attorney for legal custodian ________________________, Other: __________________________ The court having heard testimony and argument and being otherwise fully advised in the premises finds: 1. That the minor child(ren) who is/are the subject matter of these proceedings, is/are dependent within the meaning and intent of chapter 39, Florida Statutes, and is/are (a) resident(s) of the State of Florida. 2. The mother, _______________________: was was not noticed of this hearing; did not appear, and the court: entered a Consent for failure to appear after proper notice. did not enter a Consent failure to appear after proper notice. appeared with counsel; appeared without counsel and: Page 1 of 3 Order of Adjudication (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication) {8.975} Revised July 1, 2013 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com was was not advised of her right to legal counsel, knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily waived did not waive her right to legal counsel and was was not determined to qualify as indigent and was was not appointed an attorney. 3. The father, _______________________: was was not noticed of this hearing; did not appear, and the court: entered a Consent for failure to appear after proper notice. did not enter a Consent failure to appear after proper notice. appeared with counsel; appeared without counsel and: was was not advised of his right to legal counsel, knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily waived did not waive his right to legal counsel and was was not determined to qualify as indigent and was was not appointed an attorney. 4. That the child(ren) is/are dependent within the meaning and intent of chapter 39, Florida Statutes, in that the mother, _______________________ abused, neglected or abandoned the minor child(ren) by ___________________________________. These facts were proven by preponderance of the evidence clear and convincing evidence. 5. That the child(ren) is/are dependent within the meaning and intent of chapter 39, Florida Statutes, in that the father, _______________________, abused, neglected or abandoned the minor child(ren) by ___________________________________. These facts were proven by preponderance of the evidence clear and convincing evidence. 6. That the the parties have filed a mediation agreement in which the parent(s) consent(s) to the adjudication of dependency of the child(ren) in conjunction with a withhold of adjudication, which the court accepts . 7. Under section 39.507(5), Florida Statutes, the Court finds that the child(ren) named in the petition are dependent, but finds that no action other than supervision in the child(ren)'s home is required. THEREFORE, based on the foregoing findings of fact, it is hereby ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that: 1. Under section 39.507(5), Florida Statutes, the Court hereby withholds adjudication of dependency of the minor child(ren). The child(ren) shall be returned continued in under the supervision of the department. (child(ren)'s home) If this court later finds that the parents have not complied with the conditions of supervision imposed, the court may, after a hearing to establish the noncompliance, but without further Order of Adjudication (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication) {8.975} Revised July 1, 2013 Page 2 of 3 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com evidence of the state of dependency, enter an order of adjudication. 2. This court shall retain jurisdiction over this cause to enter any such further orders that may be deemed necessary for the best interest and welfare of the minor child(ren). 3. and effect. 4. All prior orders not inconsistent with the present order shall remain in full force Disposition is scheduled for ____________, 20__, at _____ _.m. DONE AND ORDERED on ____________, 20__. Circuit Judge NOTICE OF HEARING The Juvenile Court hereby gives notice of hearing in the above-styled cause on at .m., before (date) (judge) or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact (name) (address and telephone) at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. Copies furnished to: Order of Adjudication (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication) {8.975} Revised July 1, 2013 Page 3 of 3 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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