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HISB2663Enroll

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Changes the filing fee schedule for paternity actions by establishing an initial filing fee of $100 and eliminating fees to file motions. (CD1)
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2022-05-06
Enrolled to Governor.
HISB2397Engross

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Beginning 7/1/2023 requires certain individuals attempting to serve as child custody evaluators to complete a training course on domestic violence issues every three years. Establishes requirements for the training course and submission of proof of c...
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2022-03-24
To House Finance Committee
HISB2424Engross

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Requires the written consent of family court for a marriage when one of the parties to the marriage is a minor at the time of contracting the marriage and the other party is more than five years older than the minor. Requires the department of health...
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2022-03-23
To House Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs Committee
HISB2072Engross

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Requires the court to appoint counsel to indigent parents upon the filing of a petition for custody or family supervision and make every effort to do so at the first hearing attended by the parents. (SD1)
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2022-03-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB2422Engross

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Requires certain persons to immediately submit a declaration attached to a motion to the court if the person has reason to believe that a child in foster custody has suffered an injury that may arise to a tort claim. Establishes procedures for Family...
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2022-03-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB2396Engross

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Clarifies that a minor who resides in the same household as the victim of domestic abuse can be included on the victim's petition for an order of protection or temporary restraining order. (SD1)
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2022-03-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB2878Intro

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Expands the original jurisdiction of family court to include proceedings for declaration of emancipation of minors. Specifies the rights of an emancipated minor. Allows a minor who has reached the age of sixteen years to petition the family court for...
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2022-02-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB2209Intro

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Specifies that any minor who resides in the same household as the victim of domestic abuse may file a petition for an order of protection or temporary restraining order.
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2022-02-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB2301Intro

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Requires certain persons to immediately report a potential tort claim to the family court when that person has reason to believe that a child in foster custody has suffered an injury that may arise to a tort claim. Establishes procedures for the fami...
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2022-01-28
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB2465Intro

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Repeals referral and reporting requirements for the Family Courts and the Department of Human Services that apply to cases in which a temporary restraining order is sought for alleged domestic abuse involving an incapacitated or minor family or house...
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2022-01-28
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB1851Intro

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Requires certain individuals attempting to serve as child custody evaluators to complete a training course on domestic violence issues every 3 years. Requires the Family Court to approve training courses and publish approved courses on the Judiciary ...
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2022-01-26
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB2527Intro

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Requires certain persons to immediately report a potential tort claim to the family court when that person has reason to believe that a child in foster custody has suffered an injury that may give rise to a tort claim. Establishes procedures for the ...
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2022-01-24
To Senate Human Services Committee
HISB2643Intro

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Repeals referral and reporting requirements for the Family Courts and the Department of Human Services that apply to cases in which a temporary restraining order is sought for alleged domestic abuse involving an incapacitated or minor family or house...
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2022-01-24
To Senate Human Services Committee
HIHB453Intro

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Allows a minor who has reached the age of 16 to petition the Family Court for emancipation, and directs the court regarding investigation of the petition, appointment of legal counsel and a guardian ad litem for the petitioner, and the findings neces...
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2021-12-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB885Intro

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Requires the family court to appoint counsel to indigent parents in foster care cases and make every effort to do so at the first hearing attended by the parent.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Human Services Committee
HISB632Intro

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Makes decisions of the family court appealable to the supreme court instead of the intermediate court of appeals.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Human Services Committee
HIHB339Engross

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Makes decisions of the family court appealable to the supreme court instead of the intermediate court of appeals. Effective 7/1/2060. (HD1)
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2021-12-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB480Intro

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Requires the family court to appoint counsel to indigent parents in foster care cases and make every effort to do so at the first hearing attended by the parent.
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2021-12-10
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB821Engross

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Allows a minor who has reached the age of sixteen to petition the family court for emancipation. Requires the court to take certain actions regarding investigation of the petition, appointment of legal counsel and a guardian ad litem for the petition...
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2021-12-10
To House Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs Committee
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