Details for Legal No. 477DCS'S NOTICE OF HEARING ON DEPENDENCY PETITIONNO. JD2019-00041(Honorable


Legal No. 477DCS'S NOTICE OF HEARING ON DEPENDENCY PETITIONNO. JD2019-00041(Honorable Elaine Fridlund-Horne)IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONAIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COCONINOIn the Matter of:ISABELLA NICOLE COLLINSd.o.b. 05/18/2008HOPE MONET COLLINSd.o.b. 05/16/2019Person(s) under 18 years of age. TO: DIANA MARIE COLLINS, CHRISTOPHER RAY MEIERHOLTZ, JOHN DOE, a fictitious name, parents and/or guardians of the above-named children.1. The Department of Child Safety, (DCS or the Department), by and through undersigned counsel, has filed a Dependency Petition pursuant to Title 8, of the Arizona Revised Statutes, Rules 4.1 and 4.2 of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure; and Rule 48(D) of the Arizona Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court.2. The Court has set a Publication hearing on the 17th day of September, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., at the Coconino County Superior Court, 200 North San Francisco Street, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001, before the Honorable Elaine Fridlund-Horne for the purpose of determining whether any parent or guardian named herein is contesting the allegations in the Petition.3. You and your children are entitled to have an attorney present at the hearing. You may hire your own attorney or, if you cannot afford an attorney and want to be represented by an attorney, one may be appointed by the Court.4. You have a right to appear as a party in this proceeding. You are advised that your failure to personally appear in court at the initial hearing, pretrial conference, status conference, or dependency adjudication, without good cause shown, may result in a finding that you have waived your legal rights and have admitted the allegations in the Petition. In addition, if you fail to appear, without good cause, the hearing may go forward in your absence and may result in an adjudication of dependency, termination of your parental rights or the establishment of a permanent guardianship based upon the record and the evidence presented to the court, as well as an order of paternity, custody, or change of custody in a consolidated family law matter and an order for child support if paternity has been established.5. Notice is given that DCS is proposing to substantiate any allegations of abuse and/or neglect contained in the dependency petition for placement in the DCS Central Registry. The DCS Central Registry is a confidential list of DCS findings that tracks abuse and neglect. If the court finds your children dependent based upon allegations of abuse and/or neglect contained in the dependency petition, you will be placed in the DCS Central Registry. See A.R.S. 8-804.6. If you are receiving this Notice by publication, you may obtain a copy of the Dependency Petition, Notice of Hearing, and Temporary Orders by submitting a written request to: SKYLAR COLAVITO, Office of the Attorney General, CFP/PSS, 1300 West University Avenue, #100, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001. The assigned case manager is Maritza Arias, Michelle Miraglia, Remington Stoddard and may be reached by telephone at unknown, (928) 637-1926, (928) 637-1900.7. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the court by parties at least three working days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding and can be made by calling (928) 679-7586.8. You have the right to make a request or motion prior to any hearing that the hearing be closed to the public.DATED this 2nd day of August, 2019.MARK BRNOVICHAttorney GeneralSKYLAR COLAVITOAssistant Attorney GeneralPUB: Aug, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2019 477


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