The Tribal Court shall make formal findings of fact and conclusions of law as a basis for the written order modifying the parent-child relationship including making findings on:
(A) Make a finding on whether there is documentation of the grounds as to why the child cannot or should not be returned to the home of his or her parents.
(B) Make findings on whether reasonable efforts were made to prevent removal of the child or whether such efforts were not required.
(C) Make findings on whether reasonable efforts were made to reunify the child or whether such efforts are not required.
(D) Make findings on whether reasonable efforts have been made to achieve a permanency plan for the child and/or finalize an alternate permanent placement for the child when the child cannot be reunified with the family.
(E) In the case of parental relinquishment, make a finding that the parent has knowingly and voluntarily relinquished the child in writing.