top of page


Pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code 827.10

The child welfare agency (DCFS) is authorized to permit its files and records relating to a minor, who is the subject of either a family law case involving custody or visitation issues, to provide copies to, the following persons, if these persons are actively participating in the family law case:

(1) The judge, commissioner, or other hearing officer assigned to the family law case. (2) The parent or guardian of the minor. (3) An attorney for a party to the family law case. (4) A family court mediator assigned to a case involving the minor. (5) A court-appointed investigator, evaluator, or a person conducting a court-connected child custody evaluation, investigation, or assessment. (6) Counsel appointed for the minor in the family law case.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

EARNING CAPACITY IN FAMILY COURT FOR CHILD AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT Earning capacity has been defined by the California Supreme Court as "the income the spouse is reasonably capable of earning based upon t

REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS IN FAMILY LAW Under C.C.P. 2033.020. (a) A defendant may make requests for admission by a party without leave of court at any time. (b) A plaintiff may make requests for admissi

Remotely Appearing in Family Court Domestic Violence Cases FAMILY CODE 6308 A party, support person as defined in Section 6303, or witness may appear remotely at the hearing on a petition for a dome

Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page