AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT AN ORDER OR JUDGMENT PERTAINING TO THE VALIDITY OF A PREMARITAL AGREEMENT MAY BE IMMEDIATELY APPEALED AND TO CLARIFY FINDINGS OF FACT REQUIREMENTS MADE IN DISPOSITIONAL ORDERS WHERE REASONABLE EFFORTS FOR REUNIFICATION ARE NOT REQUIRED.
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Adds a section amending GS 7B-901(c) by amending the findings of fact that a court must make when directing that reunification efforts for a juvenile in the custody of a county department of social services are not required, to include: (1) a court determines or has determined (was, only has determined) that aggravated circumstances exist because the parent has committed or encouraged the commission of any of the specified conditions upon the juvenile, (2) a court terminates or has terminated (was, only has terminated) involuntarily the parental rights of the parent to another of the parent's children; or (3) the court determines or has determined (was, only has determined) that the parent committed any of the specified crimes.
Makes conforming changes to the act's short and long titles.
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