6. When is it appropriate for the court to consider issues that intersect in consolidated cases?
(a) When the judge has elected to hear the cases simultaneously
(b) It is not appropriate; judges must settle matters one case at a time
(c) When relief sought in the consolidated case becomes part of the dependency case, such as when a guardianship separately filed is designated as the concurrent plan
(d) The court may consider matters in more than one consolidated case only if it is efficient for the court