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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS

)

)

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Petitioner, ) Gen No.

vs. )

) Previous or current OPs involving either of the parties:

) OP Case No: County:

Respondent. ) OP Case No: County:

CUSTODY/VISITATION

EVALUATION REFERRAL ORDER

On motion of: Petitioner Respondent Attorney for Minor Child Child Rep Court

It is hereby ordered that this matter is referred to:

Evaluator/Counselor:

Name

Address

Telephone Fax

Pursuant to:

750 ILCS 5/604(b), to provide the court with professional advice on issues relating to the best interests and

wishes of the child(ren) who is/are the subject of custody proceedings.

750 ILCS 5/604.5 for an evaluation concerning the best interests of the child(ren) as it relates to custody, visitation

or removal. The time and place of the evaluation: at .

(Time) (Place)

750 ILCS 5/605, to conduct an investigation concerning custodial arrangements for a child who is the subject of

custody proceedings.

Party A Name: Telephone: ( )

Address:

(Street/City/State/ZIP)

Attorney for Party: Telephone: ( )

Address:

(Street/City/State/ZIP)

Party B Name: Telephone: ( )

Address:

(Street/City/State/ZIP)

Attorney for Party: Telephone: ( )

Address:

(Street/City/State/ZIP)

GAL/AFC/CR Name: Telephone:( )

Address:

(Street/City/State/ZIP)

Scope of appointment:

Custody – Original Modification

Visitation – Original Modification Abuse

Removal Other conditions of appointment

The parties represent:

No orders of protection have ever been entered involving the parties to this case, or

The parties are, or have been in the past, involved in a proceeding(s) under the Illinois Domestic Violence Act.

A current order of protection prohibits one of the parties from having contact with the other party.

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Additional Matters:

1. The parties are ordered to contact the appointee within two (2) business days to schedule the first appointment.

2. Except if the referral is pursuant to 604.5, the appointee shall provide a written report to the court and send copies

to the attorneys for the parties and to any pro se party three (3) days prior to the date set for presentation of the

report.

3. If the referral is pursuant to 604.5, the report shall be furnished to all attorneys of record as required by 604.5(d).

4. Pursuant to 750 ILCS 5/606(d), the final report of the appointee furnished to the court shall be kept sealed by the

Clerk of the Court unless otherwise ordered.

5. The provider may communicate freely with the child representative, attorney and/or the guardian ad litem for the

child(ren). Except to discuss the scheduling matters, the provider may not communicate with an attorney for a

party on an ex parte basis. Communications with attorneys on substantive matters must be by conference call or

in writing with a copy to each attorney.

6. Unless a proper written consent has first been obtained, an appointee may not obtain medical, psychiatric or other

expert information about any person investigated, except for information about a minor as provided in 750 ILCS

5/605 or 740 ILCS 110 et seq.

7. When served with a subpoena, an appointee shall be obligated to produce his or her file of underlying data

obtained in regard to this case as well as the names and addresses of all persons whom the appointee consulted.

However, unless a proper written consent specifically so authorizes, the appointee may not re-release

medical, psychiatric or other expert information obtained pursuant to an initial written consent.

8. Pursuant to the Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act 740 ILCS 110/3 (c),

psychological test materials whose disclosure would compromise the objectivity or fairness of the testing process

may not be disclosed to anyone, including the subject of the test, and is not subject to disclosure in any

administrative, judicial or legislative proceeding. However, the recipient may have all records relating to the test

disclosed to any psychologist designated by the recipient. Requests for such disclosure shall be in writing and

comply with the requirements of 740 ILCS 110/5(b).

Pyschological testing:

Neither party nor the child(ren) shall be required to submit to psychological testing nor shall they be referred to other

professionals for evaluation except as follows: .

Fee Allocation: The fees of the appointee shall be paid as follows:

Party A % Party B % County of Lake % (Limit on amount County will pay $ )

The matter is set for presentation of final 604(b) or 605 report on at M.

Dated at Waukegan, Illinois this day

of , 20

ENTER:

JUDGE

Prepared by:

Attorney’s Name: _

Address:

City: State:

Phone: Zip Code:

Fax:

ARDC:

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