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Domestic Relations  –  Parent & Child – Permanent Plan

Even though the trial court’s order placed custody of “Dustin” with his maternal grandparents, the order failed to include a primary or secondary plan in accordance with G.S. § 7B-906.2(b).

We reverse and remand to the trial court for entry of an order in which the trial court shall adopt one or more permanent plans in accordance with § 7B-906.2 and make the appropriate necessary findings.

In re D.A. (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-358-18, 9 pp.) (Ann Marie Calabria, J.) Appealed from Wake County District Court (Keith Gregory, J.) Mary Boyce Wells for petitioner; David Perez for respondent; Hannah Munn for guardian ad litem. N.C. App.

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