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A juvenile court's order requiring that the Alameda County Social Services Agency provide reunification services to a guardian to maintain the legal guardianship is affirmed as, under the plain meaning of the statute when considered within the context of juvenile dependency law, section 366.3(b)of the Welfare and Institutions Code provides the juvenile court with the power to order the social services agency to provide reunification services to a legal guardian when deciding whether it is in the best interests of the child to maintain the existing legal guardianship.
Read In re Z.C., No. A123994 [HTML]
Filed November 3, 2009
Opinion by Judge Lambden
For Appellant: Andrew James Massey, Joanne Evelyn Morrison, Deputy County Counsel
For Appellee: Caroline Janes Todd