(a) Scheduling, commencement and completion of permanency hearings.
(b) Notice of permanency hearings.
(c) Content of the permanency hearing report. The permanency hearing report shall include, but need not be limited to, up-to-date and accurate information regarding:
(d) Evidence, court findings and order. The provisions of subdivisions (a) and (c) of section one thousand forty-six of this act shall apply to all proceedings under this article. The permanency hearing shall include an age appropriate consultation with the child; provided, however that if the child is age sixteen or older and the requested permanency plan for the child is placement in another planned permanent living arrangement with a significant connection to an adult willing to be a permanency resource for the child, the court must ask the child about the desired permanency outcome for the child. At the conclusion of each permanency hearing, the court shall, upon the proof adduced, and in accordance with the best interests and safety of the child, including whether the child would be at risk of abuse or neglect if returned to the parent or other person legally responsible, determine and issue its findings, and enter an order of disposition in writing:
(e) Service of court order and permanency hearing report. A copy of the court order which includes the date certain for the next permanency hearing and the permanency hearing report as approved, adjusted, or modified by the court, shall be given to the parent or other person legally responsible for the child.
N.Y. Family Court Law § 1089
Amended by New York Laws 2017, ch. 359,Sec. 5, eff. 1/21/2018.
Amended by New York Laws 2016, ch. 242,Sec. 4, eff. 11/16/2016.
Amended by New York Laws 2016, ch. 54,Sec. M-1, eff. 4/4/2016.
Amended by New York Laws 2016, ch. 14,Sec. 1, eff. 12/22/2015.
Amended by New York Laws 2015, ch. 573,Sec. 1, eff. 12/22/2015.
Amended by New York Laws 2015, ch. 56,Sec. L-27 to Sec. L-29, eff. 9/1/2015.