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In re L.M., No. A124299

By FindLaw Staff on September 10, 2009 3:29 PM

Juvenile court's order denying the minor-plaintiff's motion to require the County Probation Department to pay his father's transportation costs to and from monthly visits is affirmed as plaintiff failed to make a threshold showing that his father was unable to afford the cost of the trips. A juvenile court hearing a delinquency case has the power, under appropriate circumstances, to order a supervising agency to financially assist a parent who lacks the financial means to travel to and from visitation.     

Read In re L.M., No. A124299

Appellate Information

Filed September 9, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Needham

Counsel

For Appellant:  Francia M. Welker 

For Respondent:  Silvano B. Marchesi, County Counsel, Esther Milbury, Deputy County Counsel

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