By order dated July 13, 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced that new Rules 182 and 1182 of the Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure, as modified, shall be effective August 1, 2017. These rules relate to education and training requirements for masters in juvenile delinquency and dependency matters. According to an Explanatory Report, the Juvenile Court Procedural Rules Committee modified new Rules 182 and 1182, available here, to clarify that the new rules were not intended to be prospective but will apply to all masters, including current masters.
By PBI| 2015-08-05T15:06:00+00:00 August 10th, 2015|Categories: Civil Litigation, Family Law|Tags: juvenile delinquency, juvenile dependency, master, Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure|Comments Off on Supreme Court Clarifies Rule Changes on Qualifications of Masters in Dependency and Delinquency Matters
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