C. Those enumerated offenses on the Criminal Record/Abuse History Verification not contained in B. above, or those in B. above not resolved at the custody conference shall be scheduled before the assigned judge for a hearing pursuant to 23 Pa.C.S.A. §5329.
RULE 1915.5 (a). Jurisdiction. Contempt. Continuances. Emergency Relief A. A party objecting to jurisdiction or venue before the custody conference shall present the objection to the Court and present a request for a continuance to the District Court Administrator. B. A contested request for a continuance of a scheduled custody conference shall be presented to the Court for decision. A request for continuance shall be filed with the District Court Administrator in accordance with local procedure. In all requests for a continuance, no continuances will be granted within 14 days of the conference without an order of Court and payment of the conference fee. C. Any complaint for custody, petition for modification, request for special relief or contempt petition containing a request for interim relief must be presented to the assigned Family Court Judge in Family Business Court. D. Where the parties are in agreement for a continuance, they shall file an Uncontested Motion for Continuance and Waiver of Custody Case Time Requirements in the form provided in Local Rule 1915.19(a). RULE 1915.5(b). Custody Conference Officer. Conferences. Procedure A. The Court shall appoint members of the Lancaster County Bar or other appropriate persons as custody conference officers to conciliate custody cases filed with the Court and to recommend temporary custody orders. B. All custody matters shall be scheduled for conference before a custody conference officer no sooner than ten days after the filing of a request for conference. All parties shall be present at such conference unless excused by the custody conference officer. Failure of a party to appear at the conference may result in the entry of a temporary or permanent order without information from that party.