2016 Hawaii Revised Statutes
TITLE 31. FAMILY
587A. Child Protective Act
587A-41 Payment for service or treatment provided to a party or for a child's care, support, or treatment.
[§587A-41] Payment for service or treatment provided to a party or for a child's care, support, or treatment. (a) Whenever a service or treatment is provided to a party, or whenever care, support, or treatment of a child is provided under this chapter, the court may order the payment of such expenses by the persons or legal entities who are legally responsible for the same, after reasonable notice and hearing as the court directs.
(b) The provisions of section 571-52 and all other remedies available under the law shall be applicable to enforce orders issued pursuant to this section. [L 2010, c 135, pt of §1]
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