Part 5.00 Adoption Cases
The clerk shall mail a copy of the Order appointing a Guardian ad Litem to the Petitioners, or the Petitioners’ attorney, and to the guardian(s) ad litem. Upon the filing of an Appearance by any other party in the proceeding, Petitioner shall mail a copy of said Order to that party or his attorney.
B. In those cases in which the Court appoints Juvenile Probation/Detention Services or another agency to investigate the circumstances of the adoption, the Petitioner’s attorney shall have the duty of notifying the investigating agency of the appointment by the Court within five days after the Order appointing the agency is entered.
C. Petitioner’s attorney shall provide the following information to the agency appointed to conduct the investigation:
1. the baby’s sex;
2. baby’s time, date of birth, or due date;
3. place of birth;
4. names, addresses and ages of biological parents;
5. names and addresses of Petitioners, and
6. case number.
B. Charges for this service, as established by Administrative Order, will be billed to Petitioners’ attorneys.
If the Petitioner for the appointment of a confidential intermediary cannot appear in Court to present the Petition, the Petition must be accompanied by a Motion requesting that the appearance of the Petitioner be waived.
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