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1. If you do not declare a dependency at the disposition hearing, you must dismiss the petition.
2. If you declare a child to be a dependent and order placement in the custodial parent’s home, you must approve a family maintenance plan.
3. To remove a child from the home, you must find one or more of the grounds listed in WIC §361(c) by a preponderance of the evidence.
4. If a noncustodial parent requests custody of a removed child, you must place the child with that parent unless you find by clear and convincing evidence that the placement would be detrimental to the child’s safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being.
5. If a child was removed, what showing must be made before you extend reunification services to 18 months from the removal date?
6. If a dependent child is removed from the home, you must order reunification services unless you find by a preponderance of the evidence that services should be denied under any exception listed in WIC §361.5(b).
7. When a child under the age of five is severely abused within the meaning of WIC §300(e), you may deny reunification services to both parents under WIC §361.5(b)(5) without determining which parent committed the abuse.
8. If you deny reunification services after ordering a child removed, you must decide whether to set a .26 hearing within: