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PA201_Doug_Kaye_Assignment_Unit_9

101603 does not require a threshold showing of harm

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found that §26.10.160(3) does not require a threshold showing of harm and sweeps too broadly by permitting  any person to petition at any time with the only requirement being that the visitation serve the best interest of the  child. Held:  The judgment is affirmed. 137 Wash. 2d 1, 969 P. 2d 21, affirmed. C930205DR; CA A99617. - HAGEMAN v. BROOKS - OR Court of Appeals
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Create a Research Plan ... court to grant grandparents visitation rights without regard to whether ... b) the order creating visitation http://caselaw.findlaw.com/or-court-of-appeals/1386774.html 3. Provide 2 statutes that are pertinent to this legal issue. Give the full bluebook citation and a breakdown of each statute. O.R.S. § 109.119 § 109.332 Grandparent visitation in stepparent adoption 4. Provide two administrative agencies that may have resources regarding this issue. Provide a link to each agency’s web site, the agency’s mission and why you think that the agency would be helpful. Oregon State Department of Human Services http://cms.oregon.gov/dhs/pages/index.aspx Mission - To help Oregonians in their own communities achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity.
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