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Legal Information: Delaware
Updated: December 8, 2020
§ 2403. Jurisdiction and venue
(a) The Family Court shall have jurisdiction over proceedings under this chapter to grant, modify and/or terminate third party visitation orders.
(b) A petition for third party visitation under this chapter may be filed in the Family Court of any of the following counties:
(1) The county in which the organization or persons, having legal or physical care, custody, or control of the child is located; or
(2) The county in which the child resides.
(c) The provisions of §§ 722, 724, 728(d)-(f) and of the title Chapter 7A of this title shall be applicable to proceedings filed under this chapter.
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