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2016 Iowa Acts
including fathers whose paternity has been lawfully established in the definition of parent for the purposes of juvenile justice proceedings. Section 232.2, subsection 39, Code 2016, is amended to read as follows: 39. “Parent” means a biological ...
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2016 Iowa Acts
creating the uniform deployed parents custody and visitation Act, and repealing current Code provisions relating to parents on active military duty. Article I GENERAL PROVISIONS NEW SECTION 598C.101 Short title. This chapter shall be known and ma...
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2016 Iowa Acts
relating to grounds for termination of parental rights of an individual relative to sexual abuse. Section 232.116, subsection 1, Code 2016, is amended by adding the following new paragraph: NEW PARAGRAPH p. The court finds there is clear and convi...
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The recorder shall be the county registrar and carry out duties as provided in chapter 144. The duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Register and maintain certifications of birth as provided in sections 144.13 through 144.18, 14...
The court may exercise jurisdiction over adoption and termination of parental rights proceedings under chapters 600 and 600A .
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The juvenile court may enter an ex parte order directing a peace officer or a juvenile court officer to take custody of a child before or after the filing of a petition under this chapter provided all of the following apply: The person responsible f...
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A peace officer or juvenile court officer may take a child into custody, a physician treating a child may keep the child in custody, or a juvenile court officer may authorize a peace officer, physician, or medical security personnel to take a child in...
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If a peace officer determines that a child does not have adult supervision because the child’s parent, guardian, or other person responsible for the care of the child has been arrested and detained or has been unexpectedly incapacitated, and that no a...
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Any person having knowledge of the circumstances may file a complaint with the person or agency designated by the court to perform intake duties alleging that a child is a child in need of assistance. Upon receipt of a complaint, the court may request...
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Notwithstanding section 561.15, if it is alleged by a person authorized to file a petition under section 232.87, subsection 2, or by the court on its own motion, that a parent, guardian, custodian, or an adult member of the household in which a ch...
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