Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective
Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective, written by NCJFCJ Past President Judge Leonard Edwards (Ret.), is a new publication made possible by the generous support of Casey Family Programs and Philanthropic Ventures Foundation.
- Legislative History
- Federal Law and Child Welfare
- What is the Definition of Reasonable Efforts
- Aggravated Circumstances: When are Reasonable Efforts Unnecessary?
- The Indian Child Welfare Act and Active Efforts
- State Responses to the Reasonable Efforts Issue
- Recurring Factual Situations in the Trial Courts
- Challenges to Effective Use of the Reasonable Efforts Findings—Attorneys Representing Parents and Children
- Challenges to Effective Use of the Reasonable Efforts Findings—Judges
- Recommended Judicial Strategies
- State-by-state analysis of statutes, case law, and commentary, forms, documents, benchcards, and more
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