STATEMENT/DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE, CHARGE, AND INDICTMENT OF NON-COMPLIANCE, PERJURY, TAMPERING WITH A GOVERNMENT RECORD, OFFICIAL OPPRESSION, CHILD ABUSE, EMOTIONAL ABUSE, INTERFERENCE WITH ALLEGED CHILD “CUSTODY” (ALTHOUGH VOID ON ITS FACE) :
TEXAS FAMILY CODE
(as referenced in Ms. Donna Everson’s Statement of Court-Appointed Guardian Ad Litem/Attorney Ad Litem for Child’s “Statement of Compliance” Above:
Sec. 107.003. POWERS AND DUTIES OF ATTORNEY AD LITEM FOR CHILD AND AMICUS ATTORNEY. (a) An attorney ad litem appointed to represent a child or an amicus attorney appointed to assist the court:
(A) subject to Rules 4.02, 4.03, and 4.04, Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, and within a reasonable time after the appointment, interview: (here is where you failed my son, at least, and the taxpayers who don’t realize they allow you to operate for Judge Lisa A. Millard and her Associate Judge Conrad Moren in the 310th Court in Harris County, Texas)
(i) the child in a developmentally appropriate manner, if the child is four years of age or older;
(ii) each person who has significant knowledge of the child’s history and condition, including any foster parent of the child; and
(iii) the parties to the suit;
(B) seek to elicit in a developmentally appropriate manner the child’s expressed objectives of representation;
(C) consider the impact on the child in formulating the attorney’s presentation of the child’s expressed objectives of representation to the court;
(D) investigate the facts of the case to the extent the attorney considers appropriate;
(E) obtain and review copies of relevant records relating to the child as provided by Section 107.006;
(F) participate in the conduct of the litigation to the same extent as an attorney for a party;
(G) take any action consistent with the child’s interests that the attorney considers necessary to expedite the proceedings;
(H) encourage settlement and the use of alternative forms of dispute resolution; and
(I) review and sign, or decline to sign, a proposed or agreed order affecting the child;
(2) must be trained in child advocacy or have experience determined by the court to be equivalent to that training; and
(3) is entitled to:
(A) request clarification from the court if the role of the attorney is ambiguous;
(B) request a hearing or trial on the merits;
(C) consent or refuse to consent to an interview of the child by another attorney;
(D) receive a copy of each pleading or other paper filed with the court;
(E) receive notice of each hearing in the suit;
(F) participate in any case staffing concerning the child conducted by an authorized agency; and
(G) attend all legal proceedings in the suit.
(b) In addition to the duties required by Subsection (a), an attorney ad litem appointed for a child in a proceeding under Chapter 262 or 263 shall:
(1) review the medical care provided to the child;
(2) in a developmentally appropriate manner, seek to elicit the child’s opinion on the medical care provided; and
(3) for a child at least 16 years of age, advise the child of the child’s right to request the court to authorize the child to consent to the child’s own medical care under Section 266.010.
Added by Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 1294, Sec. 3, eff. Sept. 1, 1997. Amended by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 262, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.Amended by:Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 172 (H.B. 307), Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2005.Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 204 (H.B. 915), Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2013.
Sec. 107.004. ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF ATTORNEY AD LITEM FOR CHILD. (a) Except as otherwise provided by this chapter, the attorney ad litem appointed for a child shall, in a developmentally appropriate manner:
(1) advise the child;
(2) represent the child’s expressed objectives of representation and follow the child’s expressed objectives of representation during the course of litigation if the attorney ad litem determines that the child is competent to understand the nature of an attorney-client relationship and has formed that relationship with the attorney ad litem; and
(3) as appropriate, considering the nature of the appointment, become familiar with the American Bar Association’s standards of practice for attorneys who represent children in abuse and neglect cases, the suggested amendments to those standards adopted by the National Association of Counsel for Children, and the American Bar Association’s standards of practice for attorneys who represent children in custody cases.
(b) An attorney ad litem appointed for a child in a proceeding under Subtitle E shall complete at least three hours of continuing legal education relating to representing children in child protection cases as described by Subsection (c) as soon as practicable after the attorney ad litem is appointed. An attorney ad litem is not required to comply with this subsection if the court finds that the attorney ad litem has experience equivalent to the required education.
(b-1) An attorney who is on the list maintained by the court as being qualified for appointment as an attorney ad litem for a child in a child protection case must complete at least three hours of continuing legal education relating to the representation of a child in a proceeding under Subtitle E each year before the anniversary date of the attorney’s listing.
(c) The continuing legal education required by Subsections (b) and (b-1) must:
(1) be low-cost and available to persons throughout this state, including on the Internet provided through the State Bar of Texas; and
(2) focus on the duties of an attorney ad litem in, and the procedures of and best practices for, representing a child in a proceeding under Subtitle E.
(d) Except as provided by Subsection (e), an attorney ad litem appointed for a child in a proceeding under Chapter 262 or 263 shall:
(1) meet before each court hearing with:
(A) the child, if the child is at least four years of age; or
(B) the individual with whom the child ordinarily resides, including the child’s parent, conservator, guardian, caretaker, or custodian, if the child is younger than four years of age; and
(2) if the child or individual is not present at the court hearing, file a written statement with the court indicating that the attorney ad litem complied with Subdivision (1).
(d-1) A meeting required by Subsection (d) must take place:
(1) a sufficient time before the hearing to allow the attorney ad litem to prepare for the hearing in accordance with the child’s expressed objectives of representation; and
(2) in a private setting that allows for confidential communications between the attorney ad litem and the child or individual with whom the child ordinarily resides, as applicable.
(d-2) An attorney ad litem appointed to represent a child in the managing conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services shall, before each scheduled hearing under Chapter 263, determine whether the child’s educational needs and goals have been identified and addressed.
(e) An attorney ad litem appointed for a child in a proceeding under Chapter 262 or 263 is not required to comply with Subsection (d) before a hearing if the court finds at that hearing that the attorney ad litem has shown good cause why the attorney ad litem’s compliance with that subsection is not feasible or in the best interest of the child. Additionally, a court may, on a showing of good cause, authorize an attorney ad litem to comply with Subsection (d) by conferring with the child or other individual, as appropriate, by telephone or video conference.
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To Donna Everson, GAL/AAL RE: Cause No. 2007-05391 in the 310th Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas (Houston), In the Interest of “Julian Jacob Worrell of Genealogy Saloom,” my only child who was at the time only five years old and made allegations of sexual misconduct/abuse/assault against the “sole managing conservator” who you demanded for CPS that the court give such “conservatorship” (Pursuant to Null and Void alleged “Orders” of Presiding Judge Lisa A. Millard and Associate Judge Conrad Moren whose courtroom is right next to former Judge Denise Pratt of the 311th Court–the queen of “order” backdating and fraud, herself, in the causes of “children”)
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