This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Courts - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is a PCM238 Notice of Hearing?
A: The PCM238 Notice of Hearing is a legal document used in Michigan for the purpose of scheduling a hearing and appointing an attorney in a petition for continued hospitalization of a minor.
Q: When is a PCM238 Notice of Hearing used?
A: The PCM238 Notice of Hearing is used when there is a petition for continued hospitalization of a minor in Michigan.
Q: What does the PCM238 Notice of Hearing include?
A: The PCM238 Notice of Hearing includes the date, time, and location of the hearing, as well as the names of the parties involved and the appointed attorney.
Q: Who receives a copy of the PCM238 Notice of Hearing?
A: The PCM238 Notice of Hearing is typically sent to the minor, their parent or legal guardian, and any other involved parties, such as the hospital and the petitioner.
Q: Can the appointed attorney be changed?
A: Yes, the appointed attorney can be changed if necessary. A request for a change of attorney should be made to the court.
Q: What happens at the hearing?
A: At the hearing, the court will review the petition for continued hospitalization of the minor and consider any arguments or evidence presented by the parties involved. The court will then make a decision on whether to continue the hospitalization or release the minor.
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