Justia Case Law In re B. G. et al., Persons Coming Under the Juvenile Court Law. . continued as dependent children of the court, in the custody of the probation officer, . The fact of biological parenthood may incline an adult to feel a strong . no intention of undermining the parents' right to the custody of their children.
Justia Case Law In re LISA R., a Person Coming Under the Juvenile Court Law . in these proceedings as a basis to afford him visitation rights and eventually to sustained on July 3, , and Lisa was adjudged to be a dependent child of . husband, the descendants of one or both of them or the State of California in.
Parents' Rights Regarding GAL Appointments . Courtroom binders containing case law and reference material have been a staple of civil and . Visitation with parents, relatives, and other appropriate persons. . to declare a child a dependent of the juvenile court. the child's grandparents and other adult relatives.