Legislation (dead): child in conservatorship proceedings

05/21/2017, Legislation, Abuse/Neglect/Dependency - Children

HB 3109 would have required an attorney ad litem for a child in conservatorships to continue as long as the child remains in conservatorship, subject to certain exceptions tacked on to the bill during the amendment process.  The Human Services Committee reported the bill favorably as substituted after a public hearing, but it didn't make it any further.  A competing bill (HB 7) originally had the language from HB 3109 rolled into it, but ultimately that language was removed bofore HB 7 was passed by the Legislature.


Read NCCRC"s testimony in support of HB 3109.



The NCCRC submitted testimony and worked on the bill language.